Carl Weinschenk

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Tracking Employees: The Technology Is the Easy Part

22 Oct, 2014

Do the benefits of tracking employees' whereabouts outweigh the possible privacy implications?

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A Very Important Spectrum Auction Is on Tap for November

21 Oct, 2014

The Federal Communications Commission is slated on that day to begin taking bids for 1,614 licenses across 65MHz of spectrum.

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U.S. Control of ICANN Likely Ending

20 Oct, 2014

The details aren’t set yet, but needless to say, the matter is steeped in controversy.

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Google Fiber Signups to Start in December

17 Oct, 2014

Tech news this week includes HBO streaming service, results of SDN testing, special privacy networks and Google Fiber in Austin.

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Google Unveils the Lollipop OS, Three New Nexus Devices

16 Oct, 2014

Google's latest version of Android, Lollipop, promises enhanced security, battery life, and notifications.

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Virtualization Is Changing the Way Businesses Handle DR/BC

15 Oct, 2014

Virtualization products can help make an enterprise not only resilient, but continuously profitable even when trouble arises.

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Some Pressure Is Off, But Battery Life Still an Issue

14 Oct, 2014

Clearly, changes are ahead for batteries. That doesn’t mean too much, however, to consumers who feel like they have to recharge every few minutes today.

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Health Care IT Grows and So Do Its Challenges

13 Oct, 2014

The influx of technology into the health care market is increasing by leaps and bounds, but that means the problems are increasing as well.

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The PC Survives by Changing

10 Oct, 2014

News this week included a comeback for PCs, a big cram scam fine, a New York broadband initiative, bad news for Siri and more predictions of robots taking all of our jobs.

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Enabling the Internet of Things

09 Oct, 2014

The challenges of the IoT are well known to people looking to make the dreams a reality.

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Bad Times for Samsung May Not End Soon

08 Oct, 2014

If Samsung’s fate is as tied to its hardware sales as some suggest, its problems are significant and will be long term.

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BYOD Policies Are Being Ignored

07 Oct, 2014

Respecting the rights of employees and organizations is a tough balancing act, but recent surveys show that most BYOD policies aren't being followed.

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Automobiles and Telecommunications: The Road Ahead

06 Oct, 2014

The automotive market is teaming up with new telecom technologies to bring us some exciting new features in the cars of our future.

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At Deadline, Verizon Wireless Backs Down on Cap Policy

03 Oct, 2014

News this week included work on 5G, growing IT budgets, a change of mind for Verizon, health care device security and new ideas in wearables.

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Networking: United We Fall, Divided We Stand

02 Oct, 2014

Savvy segregation of traffic is an important step in disaster recovery, business continuity and security.

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DOCSIS 3.1: Nothing Like a Little Competition to Speed Innovation

01 Oct, 2014

Cable operators are rushing to market with DOCSIS 3.1, which they are confident will extend the life of HFC for many years.

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Reality Threatens the Internet of Things Dream

30 Sep, 2014

Much of the coverage of the Internet of Things so far has been dreamy and idealistic.

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Should Google and Apple Take Themselves Out of the Encryption Equation?

29 Sep, 2014

The government is sounding warnings about Apple’s and Google’s plans to change the way encryption is employed on their devices.

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Half of Earth to Have Broadband by 2017

26 Sep, 2014

News this week included numbers on worldwide broadband reach, public-private funding in Massachusetts, a debate over a 5G deadline and detecting drivers who are texting.

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Enterprises Must Prepare for 802.11ac

25 Sep, 2014

Organizations must deal with a sizeable legacy infrastructure, among other steps.

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