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Big Brotherdom
Haiku  | 
3/13/2017  |  7 comments
The microwave called.
It said you're sitting too close
To the TV set.
Uber & Out
Haiku  | 
3/1/2017  |  1 comment
I'm so so sorry.
It will not happen again.
Until the next time.
Tweet Dreams
Haiku  | 
2/17/2017  |  4 comments
Twitter lacked focus.
That's what its cofounder said,
Without irony.
A Slice of Pai
Haiku  | 
2/1/2017  |  Post a comment
Net neutrality
Will you sink or swim in an
'Open Internet'?
Meryl Peril
Haiku  | 
1/10/2017  |  6 comments
Twitter as a tool
For presidential PR?
Sooooo overrated
Festival of Lights
Haiku  | 
12/23/2016  |  1 comment
Star o'er Bethlehem.
Three wise men triangulate.
They were Light Reading
Someone's Trumped
Haiku  | 
12/14/2016  |  Post a comment
The new world order
Has some major tech giants
Holding their noses
Cable's FTTH Miracle
Haiku  | 
11/30/2016  |  1 comment
Altice casts a spell
And waves a capex wand for
A fiber future
Machine Learning to Live Without Us
Haiku  | 
11/24/2016  |  1 comment
Computer says no.
Fridge says "bog off, mere mortal."
We'll leave them to it.
No Joke
Haiku  | 
11/9/2016  |  1 comment
The results are in
The Internet has melted
You were right to sweat
Orange Nightmares
Haiku  | 
11/8/2016  |  3 comments
What's that aroma
Coming from the curtained booth?
It smells like despair.
Selling the Sizzle
Haiku  | 
10/11/2016  |  7 comments
Smoke from your trousers
A warm glow in your pocket
Samsung feels the heat
IoT for Idiots
Haiku  | 
9/22/2016  |  2 comments
My wearable says
I'm burning big calories.
Why am I still fat?
This Ain't No Picnic
Haiku  | 
9/15/2016  |  2 comments
Top athletes beware:
Fancy Bears are closing in.
It's looking grisly.
Broadband Boom
Haiku  | 
9/2/2016  |  Post a comment
Facebook can confirm
That the launch of satellites
Is rocket science.
Router Startup Redux
Haiku  | 
8/17/2016  |  1 comment
A router startup
Seems ambitious, even in
An SDN world
So What's Twitter Worth?
Haiku  | 
7/25/2016  |  6 comments
Twitter's true value
Is exactly the same as
Yahoo's price today
Out on a Limb
Haiku  | 
7/18/2016  |  3 comments
SoftBank acquires ARM
Quick, Light Reading! Reach for your
Anatomy puns!
Error Message
Haiku  | 
6/22/2016  |  4 comments
Connectivity
Between Britain and Europe
Is looking flaky
Cloud of Smoke
Haiku  | 
6/17/2016  |  Post a comment
The Microsoft cloud
Is hitting a new high note.
Please pass the brownies.
Name That Professional Network
Haiku  | 
6/13/2016  |  3 comments
Hey professionals!
Who else thinks that LinkedIn might
Soon become Lync'edIn?
Dis-content
Haiku  | 
5/20/2016  |  Post a comment
Listen up Netflix:
Spare us your stateside garbage
We need Eurotrash.
Austin Powers
Haiku  | 
5/16/2016  |  Post a comment
BCE looming
Telecom tech-fest divine
Why would you miss it?
Safety Almost First
Haiku  | 
4/21/2016  |  2 comments
Toyota trumpets
5G by 2020.
Forget the air bags.
Cloud Burst
Haiku  | 
4/1/2016  |  3 comments
Pennies from heaven?
Silver dollars will rain down
From the telco cloud
Curse of the Trojan Horseman
Haiku  | 
3/16/2016  |  1 comment
Can Telstra retain
Its trailblazer badge now that
Elop's down under?
Cable's Gigabit Dilemma
Haiku  | 
3/7/2016  |  1 comment
Cable CTOs:
Will you stick with DOCSIS? Or
Go FTTH?
Irony Curtain
Haiku  | 
2/26/2016  |  3 comments
Apple has our backs.
Trump's a working class hero.
This is getting weird.
Zuckerberg or Doctor Who Villain?
Haiku  | 
2/23/2016  |  1 comment
Zuck takes the stage. Past
Oculus-clad minions – his
Cyberman army
International Relations, Valley Style
Haiku  | 
2/11/2016  |  1 comment
Facebook adopted The missionary position.
Got kicked in the nuts.
Cultured M&A
Haiku  | 
2/10/2016  |  Post a comment
Grindr's new owner
Has a new digital date
At the Opera
Gone & Forgotten
Haiku  | 
2/3/2016  |  Post a comment
Marvin Minsky died.
He blazed the trail to AI.
But nobody cares.
Converged Services
Haiku  | 
1/15/2016  |  1 comment
BT bags EE
What could possibly go wrong?
How long have you got?
Spider From Mars
Haiku  | 
1/11/2016  |  3 comments
RIP Bowie
You will forever be the
Man Who Fell To Earth
Desert Storm
Haiku  | 
1/4/2016  |  Post a comment
Viva Las Vegas
As Elvis crooned: He never
Went to CES
Christmas in Stockholm
Haiku  | 
12/22/2015  |  31 comments
Ericsson's happy:
Wireless patents are the gifts
That keep on giving
Isn't It Byronic?
Haiku  | 
12/15/2015  |  Post a comment
Ada Lego set
Steampunk princess with punch cards
We can vote for that
Coin of the Realm
Haiku  | 
12/10/2015  |  Post a comment
The Yahoo! spinout
Spins out another nickname:
Alibaba-hoo!
Net Insanity
Haiku  | 
12/8/2015  |  6 comments
Relax everyone
Donald's turning off the web
With some help from Bill
Merry Krampus
Haiku  | 
12/7/2015  |  Post a comment
When Jeff Bezos looks
Into his bathroom mirror
Does he see a Grinch?
Mr. One Percent
Haiku  | 
12/2/2015  |  3 comments
A status update
From man wearing gray t-shirt:
"I am still loaded."
Questionable Taste
Haiku  | 
11/23/2015  |  12 comments
It's Thanksgiving week
America eats pumpkin
Rest of world says: 'Why?'
Unlicensed to Kill
Haiku  | 
11/18/2015  |  Post a comment
WiFi compromised
LTE-U interferes
Does. Does not. Does too...
Tape Delay
Haiku  | 
11/10/2015  |  Post a comment
A Sony bombshell
Steals the Ciscosson thunder:
Betamax is dead.
Chambers of Doom
Haiku  | 
11/10/2015  |  1 comment
Chambers has spoken:
You have only three summers
To win or to lose.
Live Online & Prosper
Haiku  | 
11/3/2015  |  1 comment
Streaming video
The latest final frontier
For Trekkies online
Virtual Chill
Haiku  | 
10/27/2015  |  2 comments
The cloud may be hot,
But there's a real chill from the
NFV Cold War
Dell Gordo
Haiku  | 
10/12/2015  |  2 comments
Dell digs very deep
To bolster its tech empire.
Will the 'bubble' burst?
Sliver
Haiku  | 
10/2/2015  |  3 comments
Got a gigabit
Happy Gilmore's on Netflix
So much emptiness
Twitter Turmoil
Haiku  | 
9/30/2015  |  7 comments
Twitter builds product
To raise max tweet length. What next?
Changing haiku rules?
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Ismail Butun, chief marketing officer of Turkcell, explains the importance of video and mobile services for the future of the company.
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How Intel Is Powering the 5G Era

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Source Photonics' CEO, Doug Wright, talks to Light Reading about how the company is continuously investing in its operations to meet not only its customers' current technology demands but also to deliver their next-generation technology needs.
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Light Reading's Editor-in-Chief Craig Matsumoto reports from the Viavi booth at OFC and gets an update on the 400G testing market from Tom Fawcett, VP and GM of LAB & Production. At this year's event, Viavi won three awards from Lightwave magazine and showcased an interoperability demo with Ethernet Alliance and Finisar.
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Hitron Technologies had the first cable modem certified for DOCSIS 3.1 and already has over 120,000 units in the field. Greg Fisher, CTO of Hitron, provides an update on his company's rollout of new gateways and why he thinks DOCSIS 3.1 will continue to drive value for operators into 2017 and beyond.
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