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Report: Belgacom reviewing platform options

Light Reading Europe reported last week in the days following the IPTV World Forum in London that Belgium's Belgacom, a well-established IPTV service provider, is thinking about replacing its

Photos: Day Two Keynotes with Clearwire, Scripps and Microsoft

Check out photos from the Day Two CTIA keynotes...

MySpace to support Windows Mobile, Silverlight

Social networking giant MySpace announced its support for Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system and Silverlight browser plug-in, with plans to debut a new WinMo-optimized MySpace application

Windows Marketplace app fees come under new fire

Microsoft's plans to institute additional fees for developers who submit more than five applications per year to its forthcoming Windows Marketplace for Mobile virtual storefront are coming under new

Cloud computing remains divisive term

The Wall Street Journal has an interesting story about cloud computing. The story is built somewhat on how no one can agree what cloud computing really means, though also on criticism of the concept

Netflix addresses customer complaints over streaming service

Over the weekend, Netflix repsonded to blog posts and forum discussions about apparent service issues with its streaming video offering. Neil Hunt, chief product officer for the company, said the way

Microsoft Silverlight re-signed for NBC 2010 Olympics coverage

Microsoft and NBC Universal (NBCU) have announced they're teaming back up for the 2010 Vancouver Games. The win for Microsoft's Silverlight platform comes on the heels of Major League baseball

Windows Marketplace for Mobile transparent but still unclear

Roughly a month after confirming the forthcoming launch of Windows Marketplace for Mobile, Microsoft is finally beginning to address specifics of the virtual application storefront, and for

Ballmer pledges to accelerate WinMo development

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer promised the software giant will accelerate efforts to rejuvenate its flagging Windows Mobile operating system in the face of growing competitive pressure from rivals like

Ballmer: Microsoft is not making its own phone

Microsoft is not creating its own smartphone to compete directly with rival Apple's iPhone. The company will instead focus on licensing its Windows Mobile operating systems, said Microsoft CEO Steve