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Microsoft is being sued by the Belgian state for failing to provide authorities with Skype data in a criminal case, but the company is arguing such rules don't apply because Skype is not a carrier.
Following the launch of Lumia 920 in China just a few days ago, Microsoft has now signed a partnership with China Unicom, the world's 3rd largest carrier, to try and push Windows Phone 8.
Oracle has agreed to acquire Netsure Telecom, a provider of network intelligence, analytics and network data integrity software. Netsure's technology is targeted at communications service providers with traditional and next-generation networks, with the company's clients...
The missing pieces that will allow consumers to use their PCs as digital media hubs are fiber-based broadband links to the home and seamless integration of multiple devices, Dell Chairman Michael Dell said in his...
BT, Britain's biggest fixed telecom player has purchased online retailer Dabs.com. While the fee has not been disclosed sources state the deal was worth Â£30million. The move is part of BT's strategy to strengthen...
China Telecom has started blocking access to a popular Internet telephone service that is threatening its long-distance revenue, according to local media reports and Internet postings. China's largest fixed-line phone carrier recently began...
Over the next few months, a single federal agency will begin to fundamentally alter the nation's communications and mass-media landscape, rewriting a broad swath of rules that affect the choices consumers have for getting online...