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London getting more competitive for leased-line fibre

BT is likely to enjoy lighter controls on the amount it can charge for its leased lines in London, under proposals revealed by Ofcom on Monday.Leased lines offer high-end fibre connectivity as a retail product for business customers, and also as a wholesale product for smaller telcos that resell fixed and mobile broadband services.

June 19, 2012 by

Nvidia selling graphics cards under its own brand name at Best Buy

When you buy a discrete Nvidia graphics card as an add-on for your PC, you're actually buying a retail model sold by one of the company's partners, like Asus or EVGA. That is, unless you stop by your local Best Buy, where you can now obtain Nvidia video cards that are being sold under the Nvidia brand itself.

October 5, 2010 by

Nokia to close two US Flagship stores, refocus on carrier and partner relationships

My Nokia contact just let me know some disappointing, but not fully unexpected, news that the New York and Chicago Flagship stores would be closing soon. We heard a couple days ago that the UK Regent Street store was closing and it seems it just hasn't made economic sense to continue with a retail presence in the UK or US given the current economic crisis and environment we are currently in. They will continue to work on developing their brand awareness in the US, but just not through a direct retail store.

December 9, 2009 by

HTC is kicking off a North American campaign and holding a London event on May 6th

There is lots of speculation surrounding the special invite-only May 6th HTC event being held for 100 selected members of the press in London. Are we going to see a Google Android device, a new HTC form factor Windows Mobile device, or another iteration of an existing Windows Mobile device? Arne over at th::unwired posted a leaked photo submitted to Mobile Review that shows possibly two new HTC devices. HTC is also kicking off a new North American brand campaign to create more brand awareness of their excellent Windows Mobile products.

April 21, 2008 by

UK ATC's bad air day - their circuit's dead, there's something wrong

This weekend, with commendably little fuss, the Air Traffic Control unit at West Drayton, near to Heathrow, unplugged their headsets and moved en-masse to brand new digs in Swanwick, close to Southampton.These are the people who run the airspace over London and the South-East, and are responsible for shepherding uncounted tons of flesh and tin through some of the busiest skies in the world.

November 26, 2007 by

Rupert Goodwins' San Jose Diary

Monday morning, 15/09/2003I am on the 25th floor of the brand-new San Jose Marriott. I've set up a Webcam to relay the beautiful sights of downtown to London, and I'm feeling good.

September 19, 2003 by

Atari 2600 device heads back to the market

For video-gaming enthusiasts who don't wish to shell out hundreds of dollars for the latest console, there may be an alternative in the form of an upcoming $20 device for playing classic Atari 2600 games. The "Atari 10-in-1 TV Games" device is a basic joypad with 10 built-in 8-bit Atari games and a standard ATV output cable allowing it to connect to any standard television. The device will join a similar product, launched last year, that plays Activision games. The device includes classics such as Centipede, Asteroids, Missile Command, Battlezone, Adventure, Combat and four others, according to Jakks Pacific, which is making the device under licence from Infogrames Interactive, owner of the Atari intellectual property. It will retail under the brand of Jakks' Toymax International subsidiary. --Matthew Broersma, ZDNet UK

May 15, 2002 by

Chordiant brings CRM through channels

Chordiant this week unveiled a new suite of CRM applications designed to help companies better manage their customer service operations through retail channels. The Chordiant 5 Channel Suite, consisting of five applications and a new server, analyzes marketing and sales information from companies' branch channels, allowing them to maintain consistent customer service and brand value throughout the business. Some of the technology comes from OnDemand, acquired by Chordiant in early April. Also on Tuesday, Chordiant, of Cupertino, Calif., reported a first-quarter net loss of $8.2 million, compared with a net loss of $9.69 million in the year-earlier quarter. Revenue rose to $22.8 million, slightly below analysts' estimates but up from $13.39 million in the year-ago quarter. The company cautioned that the spending outlook for its customers, many of which are in financial services, telecommunications and consumer services, remains uncertain. --James Montgomery, Tech Update

April 26, 2002 by

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