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India, China can drive growth of ‘Evolved’ EDGE

By : CIOL Bureau

An Evolved version of 2G EDGE networks could be big if it fulfills its potential and can be a successful bet if it is adopted by operators and handset makers

Bharti to roll-out WiFi hotspots in India

By : CIOL Bureau

Airtel plans to launch more than 1000 hotspots across the nation by end of 2010

2010 offers challenges and opportunities

By : CIOL Bureau

The increased convergence between the mobile and computing spaces caused some global semiconductor players to explore profitable market adjacencies

WiMax services enhance tele services in India

By : CIOL Bureau

The most important service of WiMax would be the telemedicine service that would highly benefit the rural sector, says Arun Gupta

Cisco sees an upturn in world economy

By : CIOL Bureau

Companies that will transform themselves to adopt collaborative cultures are likely to gain sustainable competitive advantage

Fake currency doctors: Beware of mobile tech

By : CIOL Bureau

Mobile will become the vital tool that can be used to identify fake currency

U.S. proposes standards to spur e-health records

By : CIOL Bureau

Congress required the standards, partly as a condition of about $19 billion in February’s economic stimulus bill that is aimed at encouraging doctors and hospitals to convert paper records into digital files.

Sign of global recovery is within sight: NASSCOM

By : CIOL Bureau

2010 will see a rise in hiring in the IT-BPO industry, accompanied by a renewed focus on employee engagement

HCL, Motorola to roll-out government radio network

By : CIOL Bureau

GRN is India’s first Government Radio Network (GRN)

5 highlights of the Cyber Criminal’s 2009

By : CIOL Bureau

Cyber criminals too can hold you to ransom, by encrypting important files or locking you out of your own computer

Google set to bring VoIP into Google Voice

By : CIOL Bureau

In an interview with EWeek, Google’s vice president of Product Management Bradley Horowitz indicated that Gizmo5 acquisition will lead to a much-improved version of Google Voice in 2010

Google to welcome new year with smartphone

By : CIOL Bureau

The company is likely to unveil its new smart phone, Nexus One at a media briefing scheduled on Jan 5

Nokia’s patent strike on Apple a risk

By : CIOL Bureau

But analysts believe the risks involved in stepping into a legal minefield to help make up lost ground, notably in the fast-growing smartphone market, could pay dividends given the huge stock of patents Nokia has built up as a founding father of the handset industry.

Cloud, 3G, netbook to rule next decade

By : CIOL Bureau

Of the 10-15 million phones selling each month, a tenth are smart-phones

Egypt’s Mobinil to issue $273 mn in bonds

By : CIOL Bureau

The bonds, which Mobinil will use to finance the expansion of its network, will have a fixed annual yield of 12.25 percent payable once every six months, said Karim Awad, head of EFG-Hermes investment banking.

Apple wins iPod hearing loss lawsuit

By : CIOL Bureau

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco affirmed a 2008 district court ruling that the plaintiffs failed to show that use of the iPod poses an unreasonable risk of noise-induced hearing loss

AT&T to FCC: Drop landline requirement

By : CIOL Bureau

AT&T, the original U.S. phone operator, described older voice-based “circuit switched” telephone systems and service as “relics of a by-gone era” in a filing with the Federal Communications Commission dated December 21

Spain’s Telecinco loses top audience spot

By : CIOL Bureau

Telecinco, controlled by Italy’s Mediaset, had a 15.1 percent market share in 2009, behind state broadcaster La1 on 16.4 and ahead of listed rival Antena 3 with 14.7.

3G auction to be held by mid-Feb

By : CIOL Bureau

New schedule will be released today

Fox to go off Time Warner Cable: News Corp

By : CIOL Bureau

Carey said in an internal memo to staff that Fox channels “may very well go off the air” on Time Warner Cable as the two sides had yet to reach an agreement