It's an amazing new system that utilizes multiple antennas to steer transmissions between broadband modems, TVs, PCs and smartphones. Haven't we done this story before? Nah, let's lead with it anyway.
If the Federal Trade Commission fails to take visible steps toward enforcing privacy policies on European citizens' data stored on U.S. servers, storing it there in the first place could become illegal.
Wouldn't it be nice, suggests Verizon's CEO, if all the communications services competed on a single, "Open" playing field? Sure, says Neelie Kroes, if you're willing to accept over-the-top competitors.
Lauren Brousell, at CIO Australia, outlines six ways that IT leaders can help move their organization to a digital enterprise, and transform the company's way of doing business.
An investigation by the FCC found that employees of Marriott's Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center had interfered with the operation of personal Wi-Fi hotspots within its premises.
The business that as late as this summer was portrayed as stronger together than apart will be stronger apart rather than together after a huge course change announced Monday.
At the rate current backhaul networks are currently evolving, the bandwidth required by devices roaming between small cells and macro cells could overwhelm their control systems.
If bits are bits as some net neutrality proponents suggest, it would follow that an equivalent charge should be applied for the carriage of those bits from point A to point B. Sounds reasonable,...
What's this I hear about an "Open Internet?" you can just hear the late, great Gilda Radner asking in her old-lady garb. Where I live, you can only get broadband from one provider. How open is that?
The leading vendors in the quickly emerging network functions virtualization space have agreed, at least in principle, to found an organization that stewards a common reference platform.