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Yahoo threatened to sue partner Facebook for intellectual-property infringement, spanning social networking, messaging, personalization and online ad patents.
New technology offers true separation of work, personal options on mobile devices -- for users and IT support teams
SLES 11 Service Pack 2 delivers file-system enhancements, broader virtualization support, snapshot features, and more
The key characteristics of new mobile devices are bigger, faster, or cheaper
Nokia Siemens Networks boosts data rate for LTE-Advanced on 100 MHz spectrum, using commercial Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station.
NEC Corporation introduced today the latest breakthrough in capacity performance of microwave radio systems used in mobile backhaul and other types of networking applications. NEC will implement 2048 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (2048QAM) within its iPASOLINK product family in the second half of 2012.
(AP) -- Microsoft is scrambling to preserve what's left of its kingdom. Since the company released its Windows operating system in 1985, most of the sequels have been variations on the same theme. Not that it mattered much. Regardless of the software's quality, Microsoft managed to remain at the center of the personal computing universe.
Mozilla, which brought the free web browser Firefox to the masses, now wants to do the same for mobile users, with a new open source operating system that could drastically slash smartphone prices.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Whether dealing with Internet traffic or vehicle traffic, congestion can slow everything down. One team of researchers working on improving network transmission efficiency has developed a strategy that identifies certain links or edges that can be removed to decrease the overall congestion. Somewhat counterintuitively, these links - which the researchers call "black sheep" - are those that connect the busiest hubs. In a sense, the strategy is similar to closing some of the busiest roads during rush hour, and finding that vehicles reach their destinations faster than before.