The company launches its post-Redback line of routers, putting an increased emphasis on services while hitting the magic 400G number
Despite killing off the webOS-based tablet, HP plans to manufacture some more – are happy consumers or angry suppliers to thank?
A new pay-as-you-go business model is Brocade's latest way of trying to get buyers' attention in the shadow of Cisco
5:40 PM Repatriation could revive Cisco's unofficial 'R&D' process, one analyst reckons
AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile will reportedly pump more than $100M into Isis, their joint venture for NFC-enabled mobile transactions
Once again, vendors are poised for a videoconferencing market that is set to take off – unless, of course, it doesn't
CloudSwitch acquisition brings new software to Terremark that lets enterprises join or switch clouds
Indian-based multinational carrier says it will survive as traditional telecom players become less relevant
Apple's COO Tim Cook is the new CEO; Jobs becomes chairman of the board at the iPhone maker
WSJ is reporting that the latest iPhone 5 could launch on Sprint in mid-October
Big names in tech gather to talk about your privacy, online future and data. We managed to get a reporter on the premises. What could go wrong?
6:40 AM One of the M&A hot-shots becomes the latest senior exec to move out
5:25 PM A panel of tech and government leaders agree consumer confidence would be boosted by better privacy protection. But how far do should we go?
4:40 PM -- Yeah, people love a sale – but if vendors can find the right formula for cheaper tablets they could have a hit on their hands
2:55 PM A habit that John Chambers has thankfully given up
8:00 AM All signs point to more momentum for Huawei, even while the rest of the industry struggles to maintain its footing
New customers can choose between unlimited or pay per text as the popularity of SMS declines
IPv6 isn't safer or less safe than IPv4, but it's different and experts say there's need for caution
9:30 PM The Twittersphere was all a-flutter over Google's plans to acquire Motorola Mobility. Here are the 10 best Tweets of the day
Microsoft could gain Windows Phone support as OEMs look to depend less on Android, but it also stands to lose its lucrative licensing fees
Now that everyone else is seeing a gloomy market, too, Cisco says it's got the edge, even amid its restructuring
Earnings did better than expected. We'll see about Cisco's forecast
LightSquared now has a deal with CENX, but despite compelling economics, others aren't rushing in that direction
Clearwire makes COO Erik Prusch its new CEO as it hunts for money to build out a faster LTE overlay on its WiMax network
10:15 AM Also: Betting on Carlos Slim and Facebook doomsday threats
BT is embracing soaring data throughput by creating services to monetize the carriage cost, and making bold decisions about how to manage internal network infrastructure
10:15 AM Also: Verizon's striking workers, OTT in Latin America and more
Data use on both fixed and mobile networks is skyrocketing, with no end in sight. Carriers must find new ways to build revenue in line with bandwidth usage
Analysts are expecting no fireworks and hoping for no fires
AT&T reacts to the voice-mail-hacking scandal by phasing in the option for users to password protect their messages
Dr. Surendra Saboo, President and COO of Neutral Tandem presents EtherCloud℠, a new product that delivers end-to-end global Ethernet solutions, interconnects diverse networks, and simplifies delivery of Ethernet and VPLS services on a global basis.
Stock is down 30% in a tumble that's even worse than yesterday's – if you're Brocade, that is
2:00 AM Telcos: Think you're the ruler of Cloud City? Amazon is 'altering the deal'
SeaChange servers didn't perform well in Comcast's CDN environment, causing the MSO to standardize on gear from Cisco and Motorola instead
Data works fine, but voice calls aren't getting through
An LTE TDD overlay could produce eye-popping speeds, but first, Clearwire needs the money to make it happen
Pre-paid carrier is trialing the 4G technology this year, but plans to take two to three years to cover two-thirds of its network footprint
3:25 PM Secretive tablet company promises to shake up the market. Should you care?
About 20% of workforce to be made redundant as Openwave looks to cut costs in face of shrinking revenues
Stoke could go for an IPO late in 2012 or early in 2013, as NTT DoCoMo and others boost its revenues