12:30 PM -- The 3G iPhone is on its way, AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) CEO Randall Stephenson says.
Not that he's the final authority, but when asked about the matter during a Churchill Club
event last night, he didn't balk much.
"I don't think Jobs has announced it yet, but he'll have it next year," he said.
How about the price? "I don't know. Steve'll tell you what the price of the phone is."
As for the rest of Stephenson's talk -- which was better than I'd expected -- we're working on a story and photo set now. Like AT&T's U-verse, it's, uh... taking longer than expected.
— Craig Matsumoto, West Coast Editor, Light Reading
If there isn't a master plan behind Google's creation of Kubernetes, maybe there ought to be.
Already replaced as CEO, John Chambers is fully detaching as he plans to step down as Cisco chairman, truly ending his time as the face and voice of the company.
The network must be automated. And Light Reading must write about it.
Comcast joins Google in asking for a flexible-rate optical standard, rather than 400G or terabit, but that's easier said than done
Cisco, Juniper and other more traditional Interop speakers might get overshadowed by the forces of virtualization
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