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Despite the Jeremiah's of Wall Street (and elsewhere) mumbling into their skinny lattes about the impending deflation of yet another high-tech market bubble, Facebook's Q1 revenues easily outstripped the forecasts made at the back end of last year by those self-same analysts when they were all high on egg nog. By Martyn Warwick. (0)
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A modified Android smartphone from a China-based OEM start-up promises to circumvent operators to deliver high-end specs to a global audience for a remarkably low price. Guy Daniels reports. (0)
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Chip revenues underpin the health of the global IT industry, so it’s good to see a strong recovery. By I.D. Scales. (0)
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When you run the world's largest content distribution network, you have the equivalent of a stethoscope pressed against the beating heart of the global digital economy. I.D. Scales reports. (0)
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As Microsoft edges closer to the completion of its purchase of Nokia’s mobile devices and services, what affect will the deal actually have on the market? (0)
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The scene may be set for another fractious debate over the ‘future of the Internet’ when NETmundial - the Global Multistakeholder Meeting on The Future of Internet Governance - gets down to business in São Paulo, Brazil tomorrow. By I.D. Scales. (0)
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The Gigabit Fibre Circus continues to tour the US, promising fun and excitement for all the family. But look closely and you’ll soon see the smoke and mirrors; all is not as it seems. Guy Daniels reports. (0)
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EE by gum! After 20 years the Orange mobile brand is to disappear from British shores - as is that of its rather less well-known sister company T-Mobile - as parent organisation EE (that's the hubristic Everything Everywhere as was) seeks to expunge the colour from Britain's collective memory and convince the population that EE 4G forms the sunlit communications uplands towards which we should all be marching while singing the company song. By Martyn Warwick. (0)
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More good news for UK broadband customers, as service speed and availability of FTTC continue to increase, although ADSL still accounts for more than two-thirds of all connections. Plus, York will become the UK’s first gigabit city. Guy Daniels reports. (0)
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Get some newly-minted facts and analysis on Swedish broadband by signing up for a free Webinar presented by The FTTH Council Europe and Diffraction Analysis on the results of their joint study: Why Consumers Love FTTH – The FTTH Consumer Experience Study. (0)
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The boss of Axel Springer, the big German publishing house, says that because of the way Google fixes its search rankings to discriminate against its competitors, the company motto should change from "Don't Be Evil" to "If you don't want us to finish you off, you'd better pay". By Martyn Warwick. (1)
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Last week it was the theory, this week we highlight “boots on the ground”. Yes there is some SDN activity out there, but it’s still limited and there are many heated points of contention - as we found out when we listened in on some of the sessions at ONS in Santa Clara last month. Here are the key insights from some of our ‘after session’ interviews. (0)
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Dell Red Hat Cloud Solutions, Powered by Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform are now available in: USA, Canada, UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands. (1)
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Just a bit of an about-turn: four months ago it was keen on consigning the little computers to land-fill. By I.D. Scales. (0)
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Google has bought a specialist in high altitude, solar-powered drones. Titan Aerospace has just become part of the Google family for an undisclosed sum. By I.D. Scales. (0)
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