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June 14, 2012 by

Microsoft to marry Yammer

The old guard are marrying off upstart competitors into their product portfolios. But is the battle for supremacy among Microsoft, IBM, SAP and Oracle still relevant -- and has it scarred long-term relationships with customers?

May 28, 2012 by

Now you Cius, now you don't

Blame BYOD for the demise of the Android-powered Cius, Cisco says — but price, lack of vision and a failure to keep up with the consumerisation trend also played their part

May 6, 2011 by

Dell Venue Pro

Dell's Venue Pro is a first-generation Windows Phone 7 device whose standout features are a large screen and a slide-out portrait-format keyboard.

May 1, 2011 by

Big data and the big privacy problem

If privacy is dead (as a number of technology executives in whose interest it is for us not to care about privacy have opined), there wouldn't have been much fuss over the most recent time researchers discovered that iPhones - like pretty much every other phones in the world - track your location and use it to build up maps and traffic information.

December 30, 2010 by

China clamps down on Web telephony

Country declares voice-over-Internet Protocol services not offered by China Telecom and China Unicom illegal, reports note. Skype says service still available through its Chinese joint venture.

October 11, 2010 by

Seven new things to know about Windows Phone 7

October 11 was the official Microsoft launch of Windows Phone 7. I asked readers what they wanted to know and have gotten a number of questions about Microsoft's strategy, the products and the future. Here are the answers I've been able to get (so far).


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