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QUICKLINKS: Microsoft settles up with Visto; Google again Opera's mobile search du jour;

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More job cuts ahead for France Telecom?

France Telecom may be set to embark on a three-year round of job cuts beginning next year that would eventually see between 12,000 and 15,000 positions eliminated from the telco. The company has made

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Limelight awaits sentence

The vultures are circling CDN player Limelight after its $45 million patent loss. These include the plaintiff itself, Akamai, according to suggestions on a number of Internet news sites over the

i-mate U.S. goes bust?

According to a report over at Engadget, the Dubai-based i-mate's U.S. division has gone belly-up, which should be no shock: the company

Microsoft settles up with Visto

Unlike the very public and well-documented mobile email lawsuits of the past (remember RIM vs.

Akamai wins patent claim against Limelight

Akamai Technologies, which had sued content delivery network competitor Limelight Networks for alleged infringement at least two patents, lost its case on two of the patents, but won the battle over

Apple: iPhone SDK and roadmap on March 6

Apple announced plans to release its long-awaited software development kit (SDK) for the the iPhone at a "town hall" meeting on March 6.

Microsoft looks to boost carrier market role

For the last 10 years or so, Microsoft has come out early in the year with statements about its carrier market position and goals for how it would like to strengthen that position. At times, it may