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AT&T joins OpenStack

AT&T became the first U.S. telecom service provider to join OpenStack, the organization that has developed an open-source cloud software stack.

Written by Nancy Gohring10 Jan. 12 05:10

AT&T promotes HTML 5 apps

AT&T is hoping to encourage developers to use HTML 5 with the release of a new API platform.

Written by Nancy Gohring10 Jan. 12 05:00

Microsoft scraps 'Where's my phone update?' site

Microsoft disappointed some Windows Phone users on Friday by saying it would stop providing specifics about who will get software updates and when, and announcing vaguely that a new update is "available to all carriers that request it."

Written by Nancy Gohring07 Jan. 12 11:59

Lawsuits, competition weigh on Motorola

The cost of patent lawsuits and a more competitive market weighed down Motorola Mobility's fourth-quarter financial results, the company reported Friday in releasing preliminary numbers.

Written by Nancy Gohring07 Jan. 12 10:36

ITC favors Microsoft in Motorola tiff

In another blow to Android, a judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission issued an initial determination that Motorola Mobility infringes four claims of a Microsoft patent. The judge also found that Motorola does not infringe claims related to six other Microsoft patents.

Written by Nancy Gohring21 Dec. 11 10:16

Twitter to open source Android security tech

Twitter plans to open source some of the Android security products built by the developers behind Whisper Systems, which Twitter <a href="http://www.infoworld.com/d/security/twitter-scoops-mobile-security-developer-whisper-systems-180174">acquired</a> last month.

Written by Nancy Gohring21 Dec. 11 08:25

Senators urge FTC to investigate Google

Two U.S. senators on Monday urged the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to investigate Google for possible antitrust violations.

Written by Nancy Gohring20 Dec. 11 12:04

Nimbula offers help building private clouds

Some businesses that rely on Amazon Web Services to run Web applications are starting to realize that they can save money or get better performance by building their own internal clouds -- and Nimbula is hoping to help them out.

Written by Nancy Gohring20 Dec. 11 03:01

RIM delays new phone launch, takes a hit on tablets

Research In Motion said it won't start selling phones with its new software platform until the "later part" of 2012 and had to take a US$485 million inventory-related charge on its PlayBook tablet as part of another poor earnings report for the struggling smartphone maker.

Written by Nancy Gohring16 Dec. 11 11:24

Enomaly buy to fuel new Virtustream exchange

Virtustream's acquisition of Enomaly could help enterprises turn a drawback of private clouds--excess capacity--into a profit center.

Written by Nancy Gohring16 Dec. 11 06:16

Galaxy Nexus coming to Verizon Thursday

The Galaxy Nexus, the first phone to run the latest version of Android, will finally go on sale Thursday from Verizon.

Written by Nancy Gohring15 Dec. 11 10:52

Moving to the cloud in 2012? Look out for these pitfalls

Businesses that want to take advantage of the maturing cloud marketplace in 2012 can learn from some common mistakes others have made when moving to infrastructure- and platform-as-a-service offerings, experts said.

Written by Nancy Gohring15 Dec. 11 07:20
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