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Google is considering deploying Wi-Fi networks in towns and cities covered by its Google Fiber high-speed Internet service.
The U.S. military might have to share its radar frequencies with mobile broadband providers under a plan the Federal Communications Commission continued to flesh out this week under the catchy name Citizens Broadband Radio Service.
As the second jury trial between Apple and Samsung approaches its conclusion, the companies are sparring over the precise questions the jury will be asked to consider.
This week on World Tech Update we take you inside the New York Auto Show, where BMW introduced its X5 eDrive concept car.
Europe's startup scene is as diverse as any in the world, and young companies with unique value propositions are expanding quickly.
Microsoft's profit dropped and its revenue was almost flat in its third fiscal quarter, during which the company replaced Steve Ballmer with Satya Nadella as CEO.
Combined U.S. business and consumer spending on technology will rise 5.3 percent this year to US$1.315 trillion and 6.0 percent to $1.4 trillion in 2015, thanks to an improving economy and an acceleration in purchases by businesses and government agencies, according to Forrester Research.
Major companies benefiting from open source projects like OpenSSL are better off paying a pittance to support their development.
Dell expanded on its open networking initiative this week with a resale arrangement with SDN company Big Switch Networks.
The public cloud market is set for what one analyst firm calls 'hypergrowth.'
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