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Nokia Moves to Acquire Alcatel-Lucent

17 Apr, 2015

This week in tech news, Nokia to acquire Alcatel-Lucent, HDMI 2.0 comes to monitors, and doctors still rely heavily on PCs.

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IPv6 Is Finally Reaching Acceptance

16 Apr, 2015

Major carriers in the U.S. and abroad are now reporting increasing usage of the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6).

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Verizon on Mobile Security Threats: Nothing to Worry About

15 Apr, 2015

The Verizon report should be met with a certain amount of skepticism because painting a bright picture serves the carrier that makes its money based on its network being used.

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IBM Watson Pushes Deeper into Health Care

14 Apr, 2015

Cognitive computing platform, Watson, will be a part of the IBM Watson Health business unit, helping read and report on hundreds of thousands of medical documents and research results.

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5G Evolving Quickly and That May Be a Problem

13 Apr, 2015

5G seems to be ahead of where previous cellular standards were at this point in the arc of development.

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For Phone Companies, Bad News Comes in Threes

09 Apr, 2015

Three recent stories in the news show consumers the bad sides of several phone companies including AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon.

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TV Everywhere a Monstrously Complex Undertaking

08 Apr, 2015

The cable, wireless and cellular industries have evolved according to their unique business and technical needs. Now, however, they are being called on to work together.

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The Road to Driverless Vehicles: Long and Winding

07 Apr, 2015

A driverless car took a trip from San Francisco to New York City, but don't expect a huge influx of these vehicles any time soon.

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Google Wireless Aims at International Roaming

06 Apr, 2015

The major aim, like that of Google Fiber, is almost certainly to goad the bigger incumbents into being more proactive.

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Charter May Acquire Bright House

03 Apr, 2015

Tech news this week includes possible cable mergers, wireless charging, telematics, and why Starbucks is number one for business meetings.

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Ruckus Wireless: 802.11ac Wave 2 Is Here

02 Apr, 2015

Ruckus Wireless is releasing a new 802.11ac Wave 2 access point that adds multi-user multiple in, multiple out (MU-MIMO) antennas.

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IBM Pushes Hard on the Internet of Things

01 Apr, 2015

A $3 billion research program and a deal with The Weather Company broadened IBM's reach in this area.

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Ethernet Wins

31 Mar, 2015

Carrier Ethernet is the up-and-coming star of the Ethernet stable. Lots of good news coming out this week.

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Wearables in the Enterprise Take Different Path than BYOD Predecessors

30 Mar, 2015

The top-down approach that will ensure the success of some wearables in the enterprise is becoming more apparent daily. Here's why.

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Decision on Comcast’s Time Warner Cable Acquisition Not Likely Until Summer

27 Mar, 2015

News this week included the state of mobile apps, Comcast's acquisition, the LightSquared saga, biometric security and broadband speeds.

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G.fast Coming Faster and Faster

25 Mar, 2015

New projects were announced at Mobile World Congress this month.

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Another Barrier Broken: LTE Coming to Unlicensed Spectrum

24 Mar, 2015

LTE-U can be a key approach to driving the efficiencies necessary to support the amount of wireless traffic traversing networks today and the greater loads that are coming.

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Drive from California to New York, Leave the Driver Home

20 Mar, 2015

News this week included a cross-country, driverless car trip, Skype alternatives, T-Mobile's new business offering, encrypted voice communication and faster 3D printing.

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DOCSIS 3.1: Coming Soon to a Cable Modem Near You

19 Mar, 2015

The cable industry has put a tremendous bet on DOCSIS 3.1. Whether it was a wise bet will become apparent during the next year.

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Internet Explorer Awaits Its Retirement Party

18 Mar, 2015

Internet Explorer almost completely leaving the scene is more of a big deal from an historical and even sentimental point of view than a business one.

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