Month: October 2013

Vertu Rolls Out “Affordable” Constellation

Titanium, sapphire and calfskin are what you need to make the most expensive phones in the world according to Vertu
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FAA Finally Loosens Gadget Rules on Planes

The FAA will allow the use of readers and games throughout flights although smartphone and tablet use seem to be
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Congratulations to ETSI on its NFV Specifications

ETSI recently released NFV specifications which show how carriers of the future will be able to work together more closely
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Jabra Sport Wireless+ Review

It’s truly amazing how many people still use “legacy” corded headphones when the bluetooth variety has gotten so good. Case
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The Problem is Not Twitter, It’s That Engineering is Nerdy

There have been many stories circulating about the lack of women at tech companies and especially in the leadership ranks.
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NFV Roadmaps Are Affecting Carrier Purchases Now

The view from Asia I had the chance to catch up with a top exec at a major Asian telecom
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SimpleSignal and gUnify Brings Lync-Like Power to Google Apps

I’ve had a few conversations recently with analysts and resellers about how Microsoft Lync is getting trials in many of
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Vonage buys Vocalocity: Better Late Than Never

For a good part of this past decade businesses have been moving rapidly to cloud-based communications… Especially small business. Bryan
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IBM: Digital Darwinism May Kill You

In a candid IBM interview, Carl Ford of Crossfire Media spoke with Blair Reeves who said companies should spend less
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Amazing Self-Organizing Robots from MIT

Wow – it feels like you are looking at the future when you watch these self-organizing robots designed by MIT
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