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CES: Comcast moves toward portable DVR

Cable TV giant Comcast Corp announced at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that it had teamed up with Panasonic to introduce an AnyPlay portable DVR device that can also

CES: Vonage, Skype step up efforts

While Microsoft, Comcast and others made a big splash at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, VoIP service providers Vonage and Skype were not to be out-done, despite what has

New group formed to push white-space services

A coalition of technology companies, public-interest advocates, think tanks and higher education organizations launched an alliance designed to work with the Federal Communications Commission and

Network coding enhances packets

What: Network coding technology Why you should care: This is a technology, very new to the market, that allows information within transported packets to be turned into coded evidence that can be

Google goes it alone on white space spectrum

While most of the wireless industry is gearing up for the January 700 MHz spectrum auction, Google, which

SMS patent suit targets 131 companies

Technology Patents has filed a lawsuit against 131 companies that alleges they infringed on patents covering international text messaging. Technology Patents has named Microsoft, Yahoo, Motorola,

Study shows untapped mobile broadband PC market

Research from the GSM Association and Microsoft suggests significant demand for mobile broadband embedded notebooks exists at the right form factor, price and out-of-the-box connectivity. The GSMA

On the Hot Seat with Morgan Gillis

FierceWireless editor Brian Dolan and DailyTechRag editor Mehan Jayasuriya recently interviewed Morgan Gillis, the executive director of the LiMo Foundation to discuss the ramifications of Google's

Symbian on the defensive

  Symbian on the defensive Google's intention to build an open platform for mobile phones has garnered both high praise and dismissive comments from various segments of the wireless industry. Even

Five years of negotiation lands Microsoft $500M contract

Five years of discussions finally saw Indian communications giant Reliance sign up to Microsoft's IPTV software, MediaRoom for a cool $500 million. The contract was an important win for