• Telco infrastructure market predictions 2014

    Research condcted by Ovum, into the US$160 billion telecom network infrastructure market indicates five key trends to watch in 2014. BUSINESSTECH The research and consultancy firm notes that communications service providers (CSPs) will seek a better balance between cost and revenue, along with changes in the infrastructure value chain. Network Infrastructure 2014 trends-to-watch: Ovum forecasts low…

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  • The Evolution Of The Connected Web

    Whoever put CES on the calendar just the week into the New Year had a cruel sense of humor. Just as we recover from our post holiday stupor and return to work – the tech world explodes with products, press releases, rumors, and tech – all reminding us that the New Year has arrived and is ready…

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  • Big Data In 2014: 6 Bold Predictions

        How will big data evolve in 2014? The future is anyone’s guess, of course, but we thought we’d compile a tasty holiday assortment of prognostications from executives working in the big data trenches. So without further delay, here they are — six big data predictions for next year. Read More  

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  • China Unicom launches a cloud of its own

    Barb Darrow – GigaOm China is a hotbed of Cloud Activity. The latest entrant China Unicom just launched a full service Open Stack Cloud. Watch out Amazon: China Unicom just launched what Web Hot Review is calling a “full-service”  OpenStack-based  cloud the Wo-Cloud brand, according to Web Host Industry Review. The company will focus on “IaaS-…

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  • DigitalOcean beats AWS in web-facing computers category

    DigitalOcean has added more web-facing computers month over month than Amazon Web Services in Netcraft’s November and December surveys. The metric reflects the number of machines acting as web servers and handling traffic for websites. Read more

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  • Here we go again: Softbank said to be near deal to buy T-mobile

    Barb Darrow – Should Softbank’s Sprint unit acquire T-mobile, Softbank’s plan to build the world’s largest mobile internet company would take a big step forward. But regulatory hurdles remain. Japanese conglomerate Softbank is close to acquiring a big piece of T-Mobile from parent company Deutsche Telekom, according to Reuters and other reports. Rumors that Softbank-owned…

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  • Google sues to protect Android device makers from Apple-backed patent hell

    Google has filed a new lawsuit to challenge an Apple-backed consortium known as Rockstar that is using dubious patents to threaten its partners and customers in the mobile device industry. In a complaint filed Monday in San Jose, Google claims that Rockstar’s patent campaign is taking aim at hundreds of California tech companies and that…

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  • Google Wants To Build The Ultimate Personal Assistant

       Frederic Lardinois The 2013 Year In Review In Review   Google Search is changing rapidly. Given the company’s love of small, rapid-fire updates, its sometimes hard to keep track of where the company is going, but earlier this month, at the LeWeb conference in Paris, Google Engineering Director Scott Huffman presented a pretty compelling overview…

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