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Cisco reaches agreement with Innovatio over Wi-Fi patents

Cisco said it settled to protect its customers who were targeted by the patent firm

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Telefónica leans of partners for global M2M push

The operator is expanding U.S. partner program to Europe before rolling out to other parts of the world

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Alcatel-Lucent posts Q4 net profit, readies sale of enterprise unit

The company's restructuring plan Shift is on track, it said

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Movirtu turns your tablet and laptop into a mobile phone

Users can keep their mobile phone number to receive and make calls

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With its first SDN release, OpenDaylight is just out of the starting gate

The project's Hydrogen software is out, but its full impact is yet to be seen

How many criminals have NSA's phone records busted? Maybe one

Congress should reform the NSA in an attempt to restore trust in the US tech industry, the ITI says.

Google Wi-Fi could soon connect again in Mountain View

Approval by the city council later this month could re-establish free Wi-Fi in Google's hometown

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Satellite hotspot promises to bring Wi-Fi everywhere

The new Iridium modem connects the Internet to any corner of the planet.

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U.S. Democrats seek to restore net neutrality

Bills in the House and Senate would restore the FCC's rules after an appeals court threw them out.

AT&T adds cheaper family plans for full-price phones

Mobile Share Family Value plans now start at $130 per month for two lines and 10GB of data, but you'll have to pay full price for each smartphone upfront or in monthly installments.

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India tries to sell wireless spectrum again

The previous two auctions of spectrum had few takers as the minimum prices were seen to be too high

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SDN thinking lags behind technology, VMware's Casado says

Most enterprises need help moving beyond traditional networks, the SDN pioneer said

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Ex-network engineer faces prison after admitting he sabotaged employer's system

Ricky Joe Mitchell deleted EnerVest's phone accounts and backup data after learning he was about to be fired