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Content posted in June 2007
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The iPhone Arrives
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/29/2007  |  Post a comment
Fans line up 'round the block to be the first with the new phone
Limelight Shares Rise on Patent Ruling
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2007  |  Post a comment
Shares in the content delivery network rose on preliminary ruling in its patent suit
Nortel Eyes IPTV Prospects
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2007  |  5 comments
The bigger carriers have placed their IPTV bets, but Nortel says it's not being shut out of this market
Smells Like...
Monkey Bidness  | 
6/29/2007  |  Post a comment
Old Spice? Sweatsox?
Ericsson, Others Top FT's IMS Shortlist
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2007  |  1 comment
Industry sources say France Telecom is set to announce an IMS vendor shortlist of four major vendors
Limelight Dims on Patent Worries
News Analysis  | 
6/29/2007  |  Post a comment
A legal expert says Akamai is very likely to win patent infringement suit against content delivery network rival
Using Verbal Protection
Red Panda  | 
6/29/2007  |  Post a comment
Shh! Don't offend the ho
iWhatever Is Good for Telcos
Column  | 
6/29/2007  |  Post a comment
iPhone hysteria shows how important device innovation has become for driving new telecom services
Mobile Class War
EuroBlog  | 
6/29/2007  |  Post a comment
Teachers' union wants mobile phones branded as weapons
RIM's BlackBerry Booming
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Canadian vendor's upward climb continues with 73 percent profit rise in the first quarter of its fiscal 2008
3Guppies: Reelin' in the Kids?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/28/2007  |  2 comments
Mobile content startup uses MySpace as a way to reach the masses
Palm Profits Drop 43%
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Despite record Treo sales, rising costs drag the smartphone maker down
The Google Interview
Craig's A-List  | 
6/28/2007  |  4 comments
A rock hound gets a crack at the Google life
Spec Combo Could Boost Cable IPTV
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
6/28/2007  |  Post a comment
CableLabs is looking to marry Docsis 3.0 with OpenCable, a move that could allow MSOs to deliver IPTV apps and services
U-verse to Expand HD
The Philter  | 
6/28/2007  |  Post a comment
More HD streams and content are on the way
21CN Moves On
EuroBlog  | 
6/28/2007  |  Post a comment
BT project is losing one of its key tub-thumpers
Pub Alert
The Philter  | 
6/28/2007  |  Post a comment
We're making lists (so someone's not checking twice)
FTTH Council Sets Euro Target
News Analysis  | 
6/28/2007  |  2 comments
The FTTH Council Europe has set a target of 8M homes connected with fiber by the end of 2012, but that looks conservative say analysts
Big Momentum for MicroTCA
LRTV Documentaries  | 
6/28/2007  |  Post a comment
LRTV looks at how Intel Communications Alliance member companies are committed to collaborating on product development and delivering cost effective, MicroTCA-based solutions today. Momentum is building around the standard, and the industry is becoming better informed about MicroTCA and how products based on the standard and Intel architecture will have a significant impact on the industry.
Setter on the Roof
Monkey Bidness  | 
6/28/2007  |  Post a comment
Deedle didle didle woof woof woof!
Report: IPTV Competitors Are Over-the-Top
News Analysis  | 
6/28/2007  |  6 comments
Could Joost and YouTube force carriers to open their IPTV networks?
Reynolds Leaving BT to Run TNZ
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2007  |  Post a comment
Paul Reynolds is leaving BT Wholesale in September to become the CEO of Telecom New Zealand
Palm Drops WiFi Team?
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/27/2007  |  Post a comment
Sources say that the PDA maker has canned some or all of the team working on integrated WiFi for its Treo phones
Where's My Juice?!
Red Panda  | 
6/27/2007  |  Post a comment
Child uses superpowers to divert flight path
Euro Carriers Combine Fiber Forces
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2007  |  2 comments
Ten European network operators have teamed up in a bid to take on Europe's major wholesale and enterprise-focused carriers
Vodafone's Broadband Baby Steps
Wireless Bits  | 
6/27/2007  |  Post a comment
Just how far will the operator go with WiMax?
This Is Sure to Work
Monkey Bidness  | 
6/27/2007  |  1 comment
Pub declares independence
Lufthansa on Demand
The Bauminator  | 
6/27/2007  |  Post a comment
I rarely pass on the chance to cover a VOD-related issue, even when I'm cruising at an altitude of 30,000 feet
Bidding for Bell Canada Heats Up
News Analysis  | 
6/27/2007  |  1 comment
Three groups have submitted takeover bids for Bell Canada, with Telus surprisingly dropping out of the running
T-Mobile Launches UMA in USA
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/27/2007  |  6 comments
T-Mobile's long awaited unlicensed mobile access (UMA) service works with any broadband connection
Bong Hits Buzz Kill
BroadBananas  | 
6/27/2007  |  Post a comment
Here's an update on Joseph Frederick, the 'Bong Hits 4 Jesus' boy
CommScope Comes Back for Andrew
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
6/27/2007  |  1 comment
For the second time in a year CommScope plans to buy Andrew Corp., but this time the price tag is 50% higher and it's nearly all in cash
iPhone Diary
Light Ranting  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
I can't wait to get an iPhone!
Operators Lose $6B Tax Rebate Case
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
European mobile operators lose case to claim back more than $6 billion in taxes from 3G license fees
Rudeness Around the Globe
Monkey Bidness  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
Never insult a Finn's reindeer
AT&T Defines Service Creation Platform
News Analysis  | 
6/26/2007  |  5 comments
AT&T is prepping a document to define how it will create, manage, and deliver services for its fixed and wireless networks in the future
Going Mainstream
Cutting Loose  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
Eight short years have brought major changes in wireless
iPhone Prices
The Philter  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
Can you part with $2,200 over 2 years?
Would You Credit It?
EuroBlog  | 
6/26/2007  |  2 comments
BT creeps into the credit card business
MSOs Struggle With Set-Top Change
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
The coming ban on set-tops with integrated security could create a financial hardship for smaller cable operators
iPhone Starter Plan: $60 Per Month
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
AT&T has decided: $60 a month will let you yak it up on this new Apple gadget
Spud Save the Queen
Red Panda  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
And they call it Munger Love
Poll Sees Low NXTcomm Numbers
News Analysis  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
A Light Reading poll shows that many NXTcomm attendees felt that attendance fell well short of the expected 20,000
Slideshow: SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2007
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
Bandwidth was the big issue, but the Nintendo Wii was the big draw at the 2007 Cable-Tec Expo in steamy Orlando
Vodafone's WiMax Creep
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
Vodafone follows through on its threat to use WiMax, with a commercial service launch in Malta
Saudi Telecom Invests $3B in Maxis
News Analysis  | 
6/26/2007  |  Post a comment
Operator is investing $3.05 billion in the Maxis Group to give it a foothold in Malaysia, Indonesia, and India
Intel Goes Inside Cable... Again
LR Cable News Analysis  | 
6/25/2007  |  Post a comment
Intel has pledged its support for the OpenCable Platform, and a new family of chips could soon find homes inside set-tops from Comcast
Court Asks VG, VZ to Mend Fences
News Analysis  | 
6/25/2007  |  Post a comment
A US Appeals Court judge suggested today that Verizon and Vonage seek a middle ground in their patent dispute case
Nokia Tries to Unlock US Market
LR Mobile News Analysis  | 
6/25/2007  |  Post a comment
Nokia makes moves to expand its channels beyond US cellular carriers
More Chicago Pics
The Philter  | 
6/25/2007  |  Post a comment
A few more Windy City Kodak moments
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