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Trade official says China is committed to improving intellectual property protection and tackle software piracy, and in turn, U.S. will facilitate more Chinese investments in the country.
Maturing tech, availability on multiple devices and cheaper price points keep consumers' interest in home telepresence offerings alive, observers say.
Samsung is being formally investigated by the European Commission over licensing deals it made with rival manufacturers for the use of patents essential to mobile telephony standards
Marty Goetz — the man granted the first software patent in 1965 — wades back into the intellectual-property debate with more views on why software should be patentable
Remote patient monitoring also needed to encourage patients to manage their own healthcare so they're less likely to end up in public healthcare institution where bedcrunch is a challenge, explains Singapore HealthPartners CIO.
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Marty Goetz — the man granted the first software patent in 1968 — says a true invention implemented in hardware is equally patentable if implemented in software
Deal to acquire IP telephony provider, announced in May, finally ratified and Redmond plans to incorporate Skype's technology into key products such as Windows Phone and Xbox, reveals CEO Steve Ballmer.
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Google+ Hangout's simplicity may help it gain greater enterprise adoption in future, industry analyst says, urging companies to embrace social collaboration as an internal tool for faster decision making.
Social networking giant now offers Skype video chat, but industry watchers say the new deal simply part of business strategy, rather than groundbreaking technology.
Social increasingly permeating enterprise communications, but e-mail--"basic" and "necessary"--remains top form of interaction, analysts say.
Small and midsize businesses able to reap same benefits from videoconferencing technology as bigger counterparts, but barriers to adoption still exist, note analysts.
Software giant says Skype's video-chatting platform will bolster its Kinect and Windows Phone platforms. It will also "connect" Skype users with Xbox Live.
Companies and employees reject notion of lower salaries for mobile workers, noting that telecommuting will yield the same, if not greater, productivity.
Dimdim resembles Cisco's WebEx and Citrix's GoToMeeting, as for Salesforce.com, those capabilities are a logical extension to Chatter.
Voice-over-Internet Protocol apps for mobiles will have to tighten up integration with telco networks, improve security and ensure SLAs are adhered to before they can gain widespread enterprise buy-in, analysts observe.
British Telecom says its home-working employee scheme helped improve productivity and hire talent without geographical limitations, while giving staff flexibility of balancing career with personal responsibilities.
The company has said it will not contest claims that it was aware of TomorrowNow's copyright infringment in its upcoming court case with Oracle, in the hope that it will significantly shorten the length of the trial
update Singapore Telecommunications unveils three cloud service packages encompassing its carriage and backend billing system capabilities in bid to move away from simply providing fat pipes to companies.
Already the world's largest broadband market, country was main source of new subscriptions in first quarter of this year, contributing nearly half of 14 million lines globally, reveals Broadband Forum.
Communications giant says it will invest in more room and bigger pipes to support growing telepresence demand in region.