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Secusmart puts its BlackBerry encryption chip to work on the desktop

Secusmart is also behind a new voice encryption app that could help multinational, multiplatform enterprises

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Huawei chip partnership looks toward Ethernet hitting 400 gigabits

The router maker demonstrated a line card with chip maker Xilinx that's intended for 400-Gigabit Ethernet

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World Tech Update: World Wide Web turns 25, fate of missing Malaysia Airlines plane still unsolved

At Cebit, a robot has bones and muscles like a human

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Car tech's next problem: connecting the dumb car

Upstart Augmentation Industries and Deutsche Telekom both want to take advantage of a myriad of onboard computers.

Go NAS for Amped-Up Security

A smart NAS setup can help protect you from intruders both virtual and physical. Here's how.

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Vodafone CTO has high hopes for carrier aggregation

The availability of devices, especially tablets, will now decide when the technology is rolled out on a larger scale

SoftBank CEO: U.S. mobile broadband needs to be back on top

Son says he feels an obligation to bring high speeds and low prices to the U.S. mobile market.

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Deutsche Telekom encrypts phone calls and hardens tablets

The company's GSMK app for secure calls and messaging will first be available for Android

Intel bides time on faster Thunderbolt connector

Intel can release cables based on silicon photonics to succeed Thunderbolt, but faster throughput is not needed, the company says

New Intel optical cable transfers data at a blistering 800Gbps per second

U.S. Conec has started shipping MXC cables to distributors

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Facebook walks on optical networking's wild side

The social network is using technologies that others may take years to adopt

GAO: Government-funded broadband means better service, lower prices

The agency finds government-funded service offers improved service over private broadband providers, at least for businesses.

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Vodafone launches smartphone app for encrypted calls

The app will cost about €10 per month and will launch first for Android