Month: May 2011

Will Contact Centers Boost US Employment Again?

It was 1991 when the US was in the midst of a recession and economic development agencies worldwide started to
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Flash Support May Be Apple’s Only Weak Spot

I’ve got two kids and for privacy reasons we will call them X, age seven and Y, age six. For
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Family Plans Coming to Verizon

It took about six months for carriers to respond to my suggestion – and many families will be happy they
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VocalTec adds magicJack to Name

In Life and Internet Telephony, Timing is Everything VocalTec will now become magicJack VocalTec Ltd. – a nod to the
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LinkedIn IPO Means More Public Tech Offerings

LinkedIn’s incredible IPO success tells us one thing – that many other tech companies are more confident than ever been
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Thoughts From an HTML5 Evangelist

What is an evangelist? To me its someone who has the passion and energy about a topic – generally something
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BlackBerry PlayBook First Thoughts

In my review of the BlackBerry PlayBook I must say I am impressed with the device – it is small
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Even Smaller SIM Cards on Way? Thanks Apple

Looks like Apple thinks even the pretty small microSIM card is too big and this could mean videos like the
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Is The Mobile Market Beyond Intel’s Reach?

A few weeks back Intel made news announcing its 3D transistors being commercialized. This new Tri-Gate technology can enable increased computing
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Avaya SMB Event Features Cake Boss

Avaya Press and Analyst SMB Live Blog. At an Avaya Event here in New York City, the company is set
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