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180Squared Launches Mediaroom Interface

A team of former Microsoft Mediaroom engineers now known as 180Squared has announced the availability of

Alca-Lu beats Microsoft in$367 million ruling

Microsoft must pay Alcatel-Lucent $367 million, according to the latest ruling in an ongoing series of patent infringement cases between the two companies. But, don't feel sorry for the software

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> Samsung looks to become the top mobile phone maker in the U.S. by the second half of this year. Motorola is the current top dog.

AT&T announces Surface in stores

At a press luncheon, AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega announced that his company will be the first to deploy

Another Microsoft white spaces device fails

Another "white spaces" prototype submitted to the FCC by Microsoft stopped working this week, but Microsoft said the device did not interfere with spectrum allocated to television, which was the

Hollywood veteran set to make shows for Xbox 360

Microsoft is continuing its effort to make the Xbox the STB of choice for younger IPTVers, cutting a deal with Hollywood veteran Peter Safran to produce original content targeted at 14- to

Interview: Microsoft on the enterprise iPhone

FierceWireless' sister publication CIO:TechWatch recently sat down with Adam Glick, Technical Product Manager for Microsoft's Exchange group, to discuss Microsoft's deal with Apple for licensing its

Analyst: Dell to launch smartphone soon

Analysts are once again clamoring for Dell to launch a smartphone soon. Strategy Analytics' director of

Telepresence fray lures Tandberg, Polycom

Telepresence is one of the newest technology toys in telecom, and early promoters like Cisco Systems, Nortel Networks and Microsoft are now being joined by other vendors, some of them already big

Telcos still mulling service mashup trend

What: Application mashups Why you should care: Application mashups have been seen as one of the ways in which the vitality and flexibility of Web services development could influence the traditional