Thursday, 24 January 2013

Google brewing mystery wireless experiment; The road to BB10; Belkin buying Linksys; Microsoft earnings cheat sheet

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Google brews a mystery experimental wireless network at its HQ

Google is setting up a 50 base-station network for its Mountain View HQ, thought to be a way of testing out an experimental network architecture. Read more

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Belkin buying Cisco's home networking business Linksys

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Microsoft earnings cheat sheet: Windows is back to cash cow number one

Microsoft's Q2: Enterprise shines, Surface details scant

'Cyber 9/11 imminent' warns DHS chief; suggests CISPA-like laws

How do I keep my Surface RT battery from draining when it's not in use?

Two solutions for Apple's sliding profits: Convertible notebooks and cellular networks

Canonical: Help us build the apps for our Ubuntu smartphone

Nokia's plan to fight cheap Androids: Low-cost Windows devices, more S40 innovation

The great Asha mystery: Why is Nokia playing dumb on smartphones?

Nokia smartphone sales plunge, but Lumia leads bounce back in Q4

Bigging up big data: Why the hype is about to stop

Intel to leave desktop motherboard business by 2016

My next notebook: 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display

To continue growth, AT&T might be taking stronger look abroad

Juniper Networks Q4: Beats estimates; outlook cautious


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