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  • News: Airtel will not shut off Uganda Telecom calls

    Airtel Uganda will not shut off telecommunications traffic originating from cash-strapped Uganda Telecom after the two reached a payment agreement.

  • News: Experts: AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile may not be dead yet

    AT&T still has options after the U.S. DOJ filed a lawsuit in opposition to the company's planned acquisition of T-Mobile USA.

  • News: Judge overturns Oracle's $1.3B award against SAP

    A federal judge has overturned the US$1.3 billion judgment Oracle won against SAP in its corporate theft trial, according to a ruling made Thursday.

  • News: Apple's Cue becomes SVP of Internet services and software

    Just a week ago, Tim Cook was elevated to Apple’s CEO spot; on Thursday, another of the company’s prominent executives, Eddy Cue, was promoted to senior vice president of Internet software and services. One of the perks of that gig, beyond reporting directly to Tim Cook, is his very own bio page on Apple’s site.

  • News: Taiwan prepares fund to fight patent war

    A Taiwanese research institute plans to create a multimillion-dollar fund to help local technology firms fend off patent infringement lawsuits in response to the ongoing patent disputes between Taiwan's HTC and Apple.

  • News: Apple iPhone lost in a bar again

    A prototype of an unreleased iPhone has been lost in a bar by a member of Apple's staff, it has been revealed.

  • News: No new HP TouchPads for UK

    The new batch of HP TouchPad tablets being produced to supply overwhelming demand will be restricted to the US, with none making it over to the UK.

  • News: IBM to buy risk analysis company Algorithmics for $387M

    IBM plans to acquire risk analytics company Algorithmics for US$387 million, a deal that IBM said on Thursday will bolster its risk management offerings in light of increasing regulation in the financial markets.

  • News: Sony, Hitachi, Toshiba to merge display businesses

    Sony, Hitachi, and Toshiba have agreed to merge their small and medium-size display businesses into a joint venture, that will have a government-backed investment company, Innovation Network Corporation of Japan, as the largest shareholder.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Supersize me

    It's a mega-giganta-humungo edition today, as we cover everything from Apple losing yet another prototype iPhone, to a neighborly Steve Jobs, to Tim Cook's email habits. Read along with the remainders for Wednesday, August 31, 2011 and help close out August in style.

  • News: Three Steps to Acing Your Next Presentation to the Board

    Always: Make your first line your bottom line by telling the executives, in a nutshell, what you are proposing, why you're proposing it, and exactly what you want from them: Funding? Support for an organizational change? Product approval? Executives are short on time. They want you to get right to the point.

  • News: Analysts Advise CIOs and Employees Make Decisions Together

    Employees no longer rely on IT to provision and deliver technology. Data center functions are outsourced; workers increasingly use social media, mobile tools, the cloud, and video to bypass IT. Many CIOs are concerned they they're losing control of their domain. Welcome to the "empowered era."

  • News: Three Steps to Combatting Rogue IT

    Business users everywhere these days seem to be losing their collective minds and going rogue. Not in the inimitable style of a certain former governor of Alaska, but in the combative style of impatient teenagers who want what they want when they want it. (That would be now.)

  • News: What CIOs Should Do About Rogue IT

    The CEO has fallen head over heels for his iPad. The marketing team has set up shop on every social media site known to man. The sales group has secretly purchased its own software-as-a-service subscriptions. Meanwhile, the VP of operations is wondering whether there isn't something better out in the cloud that the company could use to run its supply chain.

  • News: Tips for Taming Rogue IT

    Sure, some rogue IT is the result of unmet technology needs. Other times, it's just the product of misunderstanding or miscommunication.

  • News: How a global enterprise virtualised Exchange 2010

    Global organisations often face the challenge of distributed IT environments and, consequently, duplicated effort when it comes to IT. And it was this scenario that Chris Haaker, faced as principle architect at Reed Elsevier.

  • News: Openwave says Apple, RIM violate patents

    Mobile software vendor Openwave Systems filed a complaint against Apple and Research In Motion at the U.S. International Trade Commission on Wednesday, saying the companies violated its patents and asking the agency to block importation of their products.

  • News: AT&T's Attempted T-Mobile Takeover: What Went Wrong

    The U.S. Department of Justice today served a slap in the face to AT&T, suing to block the company from acquiring T-Mobile.

  • News: Sprint cheers government move to halt AT&T-T-Mobile deal

    It's not often that a company will cheer when the government directly intervenes in its industry, but things are different when you face potential oblivion without government action.

  • News: Openwave says Apple, RIM violate patents

    Mobile software vendor Openwave Systems filed a complaint against Apple and Research In Motion at the U.S. International Trade Commission on Wednesday, saying the companies violated its patents and asking the agency to block importation of their products.



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