Softbank has given Sprint the go-ahead to disclose non-public information to Dish, as Sprint considers which is the "superior offer."
Aruba officials next month will release access points for 802.11ac wireless networks and its ClientMatch technology for better device performance.
Security researchers link a cyber-attack on a Norwegian telecommunications carrier to India's IP space and to potential nation-state espionage.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Chinese Army added to its cyber-warfare arsenal and is attacking U.S. networks that haven't been strengthened since the last attacks.
Sprint, T-Mobile and others, fearing the might of AT&T and Verizon, have asked the FCC to reconsider current spectrum auction rules.
If somebody asked, how would you answer the following question: Do you believe your company's business outlook will get better, stay the same or worsen in the next six months? Well it turns out Glassdoor, a jobs and career online community, put this very question to its members to find out what employees think about their employers' short-term growth prospects. Only 38 percent of employees, across all 250,000 companies on Glassdoor, believe their company's business outlook will get better in the next six months. The survey results were based on businesses with at least 20 company reviews and 20 business outlook ratings during April 2013. A host of technology heavyweights, including Apple, Cisco and Oracle, fell outside the top 10, with just 59 percent of Apple employees seeing the business outlook getting better. However, tech companies did dominate the top of the list, with Google employees being most optimistic, as 86 percent of them believe the company's business will perform better in the next six months. As a Google software engineer from Stockholm, Sweden, recently wrote: "The projects we're working on are all very inspiring. The company has a long-term vision I can actually subscribe to, personally. The company exists to do good." Here are the top 10 companies with the best business outlook in the next six months.
John McCool also will join the board of directors of Firetide, which offers technologies for wireless mesh networks.
Aruba will combine its WiFi technology with Meridian's software platform for smartphones and tablets to create services for use in public venues.
Google Fiber is slowly but surely expanding around the United States. And in the process, it's making companies and consumers think twice about their current services.
Cisco CEO John Chambers said the company's strong architectural play will serve it well in such areas as SDN and the cloud.
The NCP VPN Client for Android 4.x is a full-function virtual private network client. Android natively supports VPNs, although not all hardware manufacturers include the VPN libraries on their devices. Check with your manufacturer first, or try the demonstration version of the client to be sure. This client allows you to create custom profiles, each with multiple options. Creating a profile simply requires you to provide a name and then fill in the options. The client lets you choose the Diffie-Hellman key exchange level, up to 2,048 bits. You can also choose extended authentication (XAUTH), as well as Internet Key Exchange versions 1 (for basic edition) and 2 (for premium edition). In addition, configurations can be imported, by saving the configuration on the SD card first, and the configuration can be auto-deleted after import. Statistics are available at runtime, showing you such information as the total bytes transmitted, and the security mode and full logs are available showing the connections, bytes received and more, along with a timestamp.
IT and business leaders are collaborating more, but despite the importance of IT, there is still a gulf between the two, a Cisco survey finds.
LightSquared's Philip Falcone will pay $18 million for dirty dealings. The Times called the fine "a rounding error to a hedge fund billionaire."
The announcement comes just more than year after ShoreTel, under Blackmore, bought M5 Networks to acquire cloud-based UC capabilities.
The Commission proposes to establish an air-ground mobile broadband service, using a ground-based network to communicate with planes.