Microsoft just announced one-click capability for Microsoft Windows Live customers to install Microsoft office applications over the Internet, one of the latest moves in the evolution of software as
First, Motorola tried to recreate the RAZR in order to save itself, and just last week the company said it would now stay away from such
Microsoft last week announced the official release of
BusinessWeek has an interesting feature covering the various forms a Google-branded handset or mobile offering could take. Will it just be a mobile platform like a Symbian or Windows Mobile OS? And
> Champaign, Ill., is getting an outdoor WiFi solution using adaptive beam forming smart antennas from NextWave's Go Networks.
The blogosphere is churning with RIM rumors as analysts stirred up controversy (and stock prices) this week when they posited that conditions were right for Microsoft to acquire the Blackberry
> Nokia's all set to launch the N-Gage platform. Again and again.
The term "coopetition" (when competitors acknowledged they might need to partner to address a customer need) always seemed to me a defense mechanism telecom companies invoked when faced with the
WLAN vendor Aruba has nearly doubled its market share since going public in March. Thanks to going public, customers are comfortable with Aruba's long-term viability, says Aruba founder Keerti
Charter Communications, in which Microsoft progenitor Paul Allen holds almost a 52 percent stake, said in a Securities and Exchange filing it it's considering a sale or privatization. The company is