Creating a secure, private Internet and cloud at the tactical edge
Squads of Soldiers or Marines on patrol in remote forward locations often don't have the luxury of quickly sharing current intelligence information and imagery on their mobile devices, because they can't ...
TiVo refreshes lineup with 6-tuner Roamio DVRs (Update)
TiVo Inc. wants to give television viewers more control over what they watch on traditional channels and over the Internet as the pioneer of digital video recorders unveils its fifth-generation devices.
New report outlines how network technology must increase efficiency to meet rising energy demands
The collective power consumption of core networks is outpacing technological advancements in energy efficiency, putting a strain on growth in the IT and telecommunications industry—and potentially on global ...
Ethiopia signs mobile expansion deal with China's ZTE
Ethiopia signed an $800-million (600-million-euro) agreement with Chinese telecom giant ZTE Sunday to expand its telecommunications network, national operator Ethio Telecom said.
Qatari firm vows 'affordable' mobile access for Myanmar
Qatari telecoms giant Ooredoo on Friday pledged to introduce "affordable" phone services to Myanmar next year as it pumps $15 billion into one of the world's few remaining frontier mobile markets.
Brazil moves to secure telecom, Internet systems after US spying
Brazil said Wednesday it is moving to secure its communications through its own satellite and digital networks to end its dependence on the United States, which is accused of electronically spying on the ...
Guaranteeing communication coverage in the event of disaster
An EU-funded project that aims to develop a rapidly deployable wireless communication network for use in the aftermath of an emergency, disaster or unexpected event, was commended recently at an international ...
Ghanaian farmers get customized farming information via SMS messages
FoodAfrica work package no. 6 focuses on improving market access for small-scale farming through the provision of market information by modern information and communication technology. In Ghana the FoodAfrica partner IFPRI, ...
US man faces fine for disrupting airport satellite (Update)
A New Jersey man faces tens of thousands of dollars in fines after regulators say he interfered with a satellite system at one of the nation's busiest airports while masking his whereabouts from his employer.
TV-over-Internet service Aereo continues expansion
Aereo is accelerating the expansion of its $8-a-month service providing broadcast television over the Internet.
Delays hang over Pakistan 3G lifeline
Pakistan's cash-strapped government has promised to sell 3G mobile telephone licences to raise revenue, match regional rivals and drive prosperity, but the process has been beset by delays.
Phone calls cost eight times more in some EU states
The cost of making mobile phone calls remains a national lottery—up to eight times higher in the most expensive EU countries compared to the cheapest, the European Commission said Tuesday.
CBS: No negotiations taking place with Time Warner
(AP)—CBS says there are currently no negotiations taking place with Time Warner Cable, which stopped carrying the network in select markets on Friday in a spat over fees.
TV seems impervious to Silicon Valley's advances
Google's unveiling last week of yet another device it hopes will change the way people watch TV highlights a stubborn truth: The revolution may be televised, but television itself has so far been impervious to a revolution.