> Intel and Pacific Internet (PacNet), a large Asia-Pacific ISP, have teamed up to deploy a 802.16e-based network in Singapore.
Maine outlaws sale of phone records. Article Google patents voice search technology.
Last Friday Google posted an ad seeking software engineers with experience in content management systems, user interface development for content-rich applications, cable and IPTV headend systems
Do we hear the sound of another shoe falling? A couple of weeks ago we wrote about the worries of privacy advocates that the "free" muni-WiFi which large companies now offer municipalities is
The city of San Francisco selected a joint bid from EarthLink and Google to provide a WiFi network. Under the proposal, free and paid wireless services would be available throughout the city using
Six Nokia smartphones missed first-quarter ship date. Article Congress debates raising
At times we should look a gift horse in the mouth. There is a rush of municipalities across the U.S. and Europe looking to develop free or low-cost WiFi zones. The goal is to provide the residents
T-Mobile to offer Opera Mini in Europe. Article Origami's future: Doorstop.
OK, so perhaps it is not as historically significant as the French Revolution, but it is still an important revolution. We are talking about the WiFi revolution, and Red Herring, the weekly
Google is reiterating its desire to allow mobile users to have one-click access to Google services on the phone. The popular search engine says that T-Mobile in Europe saw a higher rate of usage