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Xiaomi rethink continues as Hugo Barra jumps ship - Xiaomi VP of International Hugo Barra has announced on Facebook he will be leaving the smartphone brand after Chinese New Year celebrations in February. Barra has not confirmed where he will be working following the move back to California, though the news will come as a blow to the Xiaomi team, which has been having a bit of a tough time in recent weeks. While executives leave companies all the time, the timing couldn’t be worse for Xiaom...
Xiaomi VP of International Hugo Barra has announced on Facebook he will be leaving the smartphone brand after Chinese New Year celebrations in February.
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Apple and Qualcomm declare war on each other - Two of the world’s biggest mobile tech companies have directed their respective legal armies at each other over the amount Apple has to pay Qualcomm for its cellular patents. Apple filed a complaint against Qualcomm (see below) late last week, just days after the US Federal Trade Commission narrowly voted to take action against Qualcomm too. Both complaints essentially focus on the same topic – the amount Qualcomm charges for its standard-essen...
Two of the world’s biggest mobile tech companies have directed their respective legal armies at each other over the amount Apple has to pay Qualcomm for its cellular patents.
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BT joins the ‘we’re charging more for your own-good’ club - BT is set to announce a number of price hikes which will affect every broadband and TV customer. The increase will come into effect as of April 2, with prices increasing across the board. Broadband will be up £2 a month, Infinity up by £2.50, BT TV customers will start paying £3.50 for BT Sport from the beginning of the 2017/18 football season in August and Anytime calls will go up 49p, to £8.99 a month. “Customers will get a bette...
BT is set to announce a number of price hikes which will affect every broadband and TV customer.
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Autonomous vehicles can breathe again as Tesla is cleared by US Gov
The automotive industry has let out a collective sigh of relief as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration confirms Tesla’s self-driving cars are safe.
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AT&T bid for Time Warner reportedly faces legal challenge - A Time Warner shareholder has reportedly filed a lawsuit against TW execs for offering an misleading financial picture to its shareholders. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Richard Collura has filed a putative class action lawsuit with a New York federal judge, alleging Time Warner has only disclosed non-GAAP financial measures in management forecasts, instead of generally accepted accounting principles, which would give a clea...
New research from Cowen and Company Equity Research has indicated AT&T is losing customers faster than any other US telco, but it doesn’t seem to care that much.
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How CSPs can effectively virtualise their network infrastructure through the cloud
As the industry moves towards the next generation of telecommunication with 5G technology, cutting-edge CSPs are turning to the cloud to virtualise their network infrastructure.
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SEC Yahoo investigation could open door for Verizon exit - Yahoo is reportedly being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to decide whether the team was quick enough in disclosing the hacking scandal to investors. The investigation will help the SEC decide whether Yahoo complied with civil securities laws, appropriately disclosing information regarding the security breaches, according to the Wall Street Journal. Verizon executives are have continued to maintain their...
Yahoo is reportedly being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to decide whether the team was quick enough in disclosing the hacking scandal to investors.
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The waiting is over, Trump is here and he means business, or does he?
As President-elect Trump picks out his favourite red tie in preparation for his inauguration to the most powerful office in the world, the tech world nervously awaits.
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Investigation concludes Note7s exploded due to manufacturing errors – well, duh!
Samsung has announced it will unveil the results of an investigation into the exploding Note7 debacle next week but the WSJ has stolen its fire, so to speak.
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Avaya reveals new turnaround strategy: go bankrupt - Struggling unified comms vendor Avaya has announced a cunning new business strategy consisting of filing for bankruptcy, then rising once more like a phoenix from the flames. The stated reason for opting for Chapter 11 protection is to enable the company to restructure its balance sheet, which seems be another way of saying ‘do something about the crippling amount of debt we’re in’. It is, of course, standard business practice to euphemis...
Struggling unified comms vendor Avaya has announced a cunning new business strategy consisting of filing for bankruptcy, then rising once more like a phoenix from the flames.
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Watson leads IBM charge as growth might be around the corner
IBM has reported another consecutive quarter of decline, but fortunes in the cloud hint it might not be long before Big Blue sorts itself out.
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Telenor sticks its neck out to predict big things for 5G, AI and IoT
Norwegian operator group has rocked the industry by bravely predicting tech trends such as 5G, artificial intelligence and IoT might end up being a bit of a big deal.
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