The chip maker, which has been negotiating with the smartphone maker for two years, already has filed complaints in China.
We take tethering for granted today, but if you take it away, you quickly realize just how much you need it.
The UCaaS vendor offers video, voice and messaging in a single app that officials say will drive adoption and improved employee productivity.
The still unsettled situation is likely hurting Samsung's reputation as its replacement Note7 phones are reportedly also experiencing battery fires.
The collaboration vendor rolls out OpenScape Enterprise Express v9, which includes greater scalability and easier installation capabilities.
The vForce effort is designed to help managed service providers deliver SD-WAN to enterprises and grow Viptela's reach in the competitive market.
The new branding from the carrier comes with more device options and a new network security function from Palo Alto Networks.
The hyperconverged infrastructure software vendor saw the price for its stock exceed expectations, selling for $16 per share.
When the company announced the end of its own smartphone production on Sept. 28, "surprised" was not a word that came to mind.
Federal regulators eliminate a hurdle for LogMeIn by deciding to cut short the waiting period that is part of the country's antitrust laws.
The company is adding a Guest Mode feature to its Visual Workplace platform that will enable users to invite outside participants into the meeting.
The company is partnering with Advantech, Lanner and Silicom to offer hardware systems that run Versa's SD-WAN and SD-security software.
The companies team up on GE Transportation's GoLinc platform, bringing greater data analytics and application management capabilities to locomotives.
At the 1-year anniversary of U.S. chip credit cards, fraud is down, but if the speed of transactions isn't increased soon, trouble looms.
The chip maker is upgrading its expectations for the first time in two years, citing growing PC supply chain inventory and increasing demand for PCs.