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RIM Ups Ante With Mobile Software Push
Blackberry maker pledges $150M for agnostic development
All Talk, Little Action on 'Net Neutrality Front?
Experts claim ISPs such as Comcast can do more to find an immediate solution to bandwidth congestion and selective throttling.
Indictment in MySpace Hoax that Led to Suicide
Adult woman allegedly used the Internet to target a young teenage girl.
Novell Readies Silverlight Clone for Linux
Users hungry to try out Novell's Silverlight clone for Linux and Unix can start kicking the tires on the rich media technology.
Compliance Issues Still Bedevil IT
Compliance vendor says fear and confusion rule the roost.
Resources and Information for ISPs and Internet Access Providers
ISP-Planet Guide to Building an ISP, Chapter 12: Exit Strategies for Leaving the Business
Every ISP is thinking about this, even if an exit is not part of the immediate plan
When the DoS Attack Reaches a Gigabit
GigaFin says that although generalist security appliances can handle your everyday needs, you'll need its appliance when you're hit with a massive attack.
The anti-spam provider announces new services and adds power to its core engine.
ImageStream and Powercode Team Up To Fight P2P Traffic for ISPs
A powerful partnership fights a real problem.
Hosted E-Mail Archiving Company Seeks SP Partners
The eponymous Stephen Marsh says that his company, Smarsh, is prepared for anything after winning over the financial and health care sectors.
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Yahoo Search Security Beta Draws Complaints
A company says Yahoo's new feature incorrectly flagged its Web site and was slow to respond....
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SEC to Propose XBRL Mandate
The SEC proposes that XBRL tags be required for all financial filings, making data searchable....
Attend WINDOWS EMBEDDED ACCELERATION WORKSHOPS
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Yahoo Allows Web Sites to Customize How Search Finds Them
A software development tool lets outside parties create customized views of Yahoo Web search results....
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Icahn Pledges Proxy Fight for Yahoo-Microsoft Merger
Carl Icahn threatens Yahoo's board with a proxy fight even though Microsoft has walked away from the Internet company....
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HP Fixing XP SP3 Problems
The problems that were reported with Microsoft's Windows XP Service Pack 3 seem to affect Hewlett-Packard desktops with AMD processors....
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Why Twitter Matters
Can the fledgling microblogging service become a social media powerhouse to rival giants like Facebook—or will it be gobbled up?
Icahn Begins Yahoo Board Battle
The billionaire investor proposed a slate of directors to replace Yahoo's board, but will Microsoft take the bait?
IBM's Answer to the Food Crisis
Big Blue's World Community Grid and a University of Washington team are using PCs globally to develop better strains of rice
Verizon Snubs Google's Platform
The cellular giant is throwing its weight behind the Linux-based LiMo operating system, instead of Google's Android, for its mobile phones
Facebook's Big Facelift
The social networking site's coming redesign will be marked by a cleaner, more organized look to appeal to its vastly bigger, more diverse user base
Telecommunications Industry News
Daily news bulletin of notable events in the telecommunications industry.
Qwest Communications Makes Headway with Advanced Broadband Services
American telecom giant, Qwest Communications, is exceeding its goals in terms of 12- to 20-Mbps fiber-optic broadband take up, but has no plans to accelerate the expansion of its FTTN network for the time being.
Sprint Nextel CEO Faces Hard Questions at Shareholder Conference
Sprint Nextel's recently-installed Chief Executive Officer, Dan Hesse, had to answer some tough questions yesterday at the company's annual shareholder meeting, as investors grow increasingly concerned about ongoing subscriber losses.
Microsoft Launches ‘Messenger TV’ Social Video Application
The world's largest software producer, Microsoft Corp., has launched a new software application allowing Windows Live Messenger users in 20 countries to chat with their friends while watching online video clips.
SK Telecom Quashes Rumours of Helio-Virgin Mobile Merger
South Korea's leading telephone operator, SK Telecom Co., recently dispelled rumours that it was considering selling its U.S. wireless affiliate, Helio, to rival, Virgin Mobile USA.
Broadband and Digital TV Boost Windstream’s First-Quarter Profit
Regional U.S. telephone operator, Windstream Corp., has reported a 24% jump in first-quarter profit, thanks to strong customer growth in its broadband and digital television businesses.
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End of Intel, AMD duopoly near? Via readies Isaiah chip
Via Technologies is getting set to its higher-performance Isaiah processor that is targeted at mainstream computers.
RIAA defendant Jammie Thomas may get new trial
Federal judge who presided over first RIAA peer-to-peer trial says he may grant new trial because of possibly flawed jury instruction.
Google Translate speaks 10 new languages
The translation service adds Swedish, Hindi, Danish, seven other languages, and the ability to guess the language that text needs to be translated from.
Yahoo investors begin to weigh in on Icahn proxy fight
With the ink barely dry on billionaire investor Carl Icahn's proxy fight with Yahoo, a couple of investors are weighing in. This could be the start of an onslaught.
Hacker confab 'Last HOPE' to track attendees with RFID
Attendees at hacker conference to have RFID-embedded badges that track their movements in game and public test of the system.
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