Month: November 2012

Thoughts on Virgin America

I like flying Virgin America as the company has cool and hip branding, plays music in some of its terminals
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WebRTC Expo 2012 Winding Down

Sorry for the delayed post – accidentally posted as “draft.” Thanks to all of you who came to WebRTC Expo
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Acme Packet Getting Ready for WebRTC’s Second Wave

At the inaugural WebRTC Conference & Expo in San Francisco, much of the crowd was focused on demos of WebRTC
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WebRTC Conference & Expo Kicks Off

I am at the WebRTC Conference & Expo here at the South San Francisco Conference Center and the mood at
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WebRTC Will Disrupt Telecom Big Time

The Phone Finally Meets the Web There are few technologies in telecom which seem to have generated as much excitement
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Avaya and Mitel Cross at Canadian Border

New Jersey-based Avaya, spun out of Lucent and previously AT&T has a decades-long history of providing business communications solutions. With
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Satechi uCharger Charges Your iPad via Computer

Satechi Has Produced Some Innovative Accessories in the past and one of great interest to me is the uCharger Hi-Speed
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Google and Dish Were in Talks to Launch Wireless Biz

Some time back I commented on rumors of a Sprint takeover by Google and at the time many thought the
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Mobile Profits are Skyrocketing as 67,000 Are Laid Off

Mobile is not your father’s tech space.   Over the past two years, profits from the top eight mobile vendors
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Looking Under the Surface and Filing Suit Against Microsoft

You may recall in my piece about Microsoft Surface being mission impossible, I said the following: As many predicted, it will
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