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Ericsson wins contract worth up to $1.2 bn in Australia

By : CIOL Bureau

The contract to build and operate a wireless network over 10 years to the remote parts of Australia that will not be serviced by fibre-optic cable under the government’s plan to provide fast Internet connections to the bulk of Australian home

Cellphone, cancer link a possibility, says WHO

By : CIOL Bureau

Some evidence suggested a link between an increased risk for glioma, a type of brain cancer, and mobile phone use, says Jonathan Samet, chair of the IARC group

Apple expected to unveil new streaming service

By : CIOL Bureau

To inro scan-and-match technology that scans a user’s hard drive and provides access to music

Sprint files to block AT&T purchase of T-Mobile

By : CIOL Bureau

AT&T argues that it needs T-Mobile USA’s spectrum to expand high-speed services faster and improve its network performance, which has been criticized by consumers

Japan’s Ylem Infotech starts Indian operations

By : CIOL Bureau

Ylem, a provider of software services of flash animations, gaming software and mobile apps commenced its Indian operations from Technopark campus, Kerala

Cloud struggles to coexist with public Internet: Ovum

By : CIOL Bureau

Although cloud computing is a well-defined concept, it will require a strong physical network infrastructure to live up to its promise

Chipmaker Mediatek to tie up with Yahoo in mobile

By : CIOL Bureau

The agreement will allow Yahoo Messenger, news, finance, weather, mail and other services to run on MediaTek’s MRE technology, which is designed for mobile developers to deploy content on smartphones

Yahoo, Alibaba reach deal over Alipay: sources

By : CIOL Bureau

The deal requires the consent of Softbank Corp founder Masayoshi Son who is an Alibaba board member, and he has been reluctant to come to the negotiating table

UK’s Serco buys Intelenet for Rs. 2,800 cr

By : CIOL Bureau

Intelenet has operations in 34 global delivery centres across seven countries

Nokia drops targets, shares slump to 13-year low

By : CIOL Bureau

The company shares tumbled 18 per cent to their lowest in 13 years, wiping some $5.5 billion off its market value as investors worried the that company was losing so much market share it may never regain its footing

NetApp enters into OEM deal with CommVault

By : CIOL Bureau

CommVault had also struck OEM agreements with Dell, Hitachi Data Systems, Bull and Fujitsu

Steve Jobs to unveil Apple’s iCloud next week

By : CIOL Bureau

Apple shares rose 3 per cent on news that Jobs, along with a team of executives, will deliver the keynote speech at a June 6 conference showcasing the iPad-maker’s latest software and products

‘Google was rebuffed as partner by Facebook’

By : CIOL Bureau

Facebook denied the search giant access to the social network’s trove of personal information, says Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt

DoT tightens telecom equipment procurement

By : CIOL Bureau

Service providers have to procure tested equipment from the equipment vendors that have TEC certification and a security breach will attract a penalty of Rs 50 crore

Will Intelenet change its identity and CEO?

By : CIOL Bureau

Intelenet is the only BPO firm that has not changed its name and CEO from the time of inception

COAI on WHO’s study on cancer and cellphone

By : CIOL Bureau

The classification details provided in annexed document explained that the overall evaluation was limited among users of wireless telephones for glioma and acoustic neuroma, and inadequate to draw conclusions for other types of cancers

Citrix co-founder launches VirtualWorks

By : CIOL Bureau

The group will help corporations control the sprawl of data across enterprise be means of content virtualization

Microsoft places restrictions on chipmakers

By : CIOL Bureau

Chipmakers who agree to Microsoft’s terms to get incentives in exchange for the restrictions

Microsoft to debut Surface 2.0 in Sept

By : CIOL Bureau

The software giant together with display heavyweight Samsung will globally launch the giant touch-screen computer that looks like a small coffee table

Web traffic to touch zettabyte threshold by 2015

By : CIOL Bureau

Cisco’s VNI study finds that i 2015, global IP traffic will reach 966 exabytes per year or 80.5 exabytes per month