Month: May 2014

Edward Snowden Interview is Quite Revealing

If you missed the Edward Snowden interview what you should know is he tried to use proper whistle-blower channels to
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NTT Communications Becomes an NFV-Fueled Software Telco

In a press conference, NTT Communications unveiled today the first global NFV and SDN network. Touting the fact that CIOs
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Microsoft, Facebook, Skype Round out Must Know News

Memorial Day has indeed ushered in a big week for tech news, starting with an EU antitrust review of Facebook’s
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UneBobine, the most Versatile Smartphone Charger Around

In a sea of me-too accessories, the crowd-funded Une Bobine stands alone as a charging, syncing cable which also happens
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Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 is an Ultrabook in Tablet’s Clothing

To be blunt, Microsoft totally blew its lead in mobile, has tried to come at the tablet market twice with
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Truphone’s Vastly Expanded International Roaming Plan

Truphone bills itself as the first global network operator and in an age where international roaming bills can run up
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Will Vobi Make Enterprise Social a Reality?

One of the biggest disappointments in the world of tech predictions has to be the enterprise social space. For years,
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Revolabs Forging Ahead in Conference Phones

  At the Metaswitch Forum 2014 event I had a chance to catch up with Randall Lee of Revolabs to
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Metaswitch Forum 2014 Live Blog

Metaswitch Forum 2014 will kick off soon, stay tuned. Any second now – its 8:05 am in New Orleans The
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Everyone is Wrong about the Apple Beats Acquisition

If you read the media reports last night or yesterday, you heard that Apple is in talks to buy Beats
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