Telstra has launched the first of its Next G face-lifts required by the government since it blocked the CDMA switch off last Friday.
Siemens is launching a wireless LAN system that it claims can run full 802.11n on normal power over Ethernet, but refuses to divulge how it has managed a trick that is beyond other players including Cisco.
The IP wars continue this week with Avaya, now a privately-held rather than public company, announcing Avaya Communications Manager 5.0 and new customer service solutions, including a SIP-enabled handset for CSRs (Customer Service Representatives) Co...
Cisco announced today that it has made a strategic investment in IP Access, a femtocell manufacturer that is currently testing its products with mobile network operators around the globe.
While Google's Android SDK for mobile applications could become a formidable competitor to Sun's own Java platform, Sun vice president James Gosling said Wednesday it is not possible for Sun to take a position on Android.
An online forum linked to Al-Qaeda claims to be offering strengthened encryption software to its members. The twist? It's coming from U.S.-based Web sites.
Open source developers have taken Apple to task for "undermining" a key piece of open source developer code in its Mac OS X implementation.
Panda Software Wednesday unveiled a service that lets banks and online merchants scan a consumer's PC in memory for a few seconds to determine if resident malware could pose a threat to the e-commerce exchange.
IBM/Lotus Tuesday took on more partners for what is shaping up to be a battle between major players to supply unified communications clients and infrastructure to corporate users.
IBM/Lotus will crank up its Sametime lineup this year with two new editions -- plus the company is playing with next-generation features to see where it might take the platform.
Research in Motion Wednesday announced it will support IBM Lotus Connections on its BlackBerry smart phones, giving users access to the new social software for business.
A professor working on a book about digital fiction and video games has launched what some are calling the first blog-based peer-review process for an academic book.
Nanotechnology researchers have built the darkest material ever made by man.
Motorola Wednesday reported sales of US$36.6 billion (AU$41.9 billion) for 2007, a drop of about 15% from its 2006 sales of US$42.8 billion. The company attributed the drop largely to problems selling mobile devices.
Cisco this week enhanced its LAN switches with expanded support for wireless, 10G Ethernet and Power over Ethernet.
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