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Verizon: Heavy Web users should pay more

The company's CEO says he's encouraged by new discussions on net neutrality

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Qualcomm and Cisco join forces to improve wireless coverage at the office

Enterprise small cells have become a hot property because of growing smartphone popularity

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Nokia tries to keep feature phones alive with the 220

The phone costs US$40 and has Facebook and Twitter preloaded

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HP makes play for network virtualization with OpenNFV program

HP assigns networking chief Bethany Mayer to head up strategy in hot new networking technology for telecom companies

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Orange leans on in-house smartphone to give LTE a boost

The Gova is powered by a Qualcomm processor developed to cut the cost of 4G smartphones

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Many home wireless routers vulnerable, study finds

Amazon's 50 top-selling routers are open to attack, researchers at Tripwire report.

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Australia, NSA, lawyers tangle in spy case

Do foreign intelligence agencies have the right to intercept privileged communications between lawyers and clients?

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$130 billion later, Verizon Wireless is now just 'Verizon'

Verizon has closed its buyout of Vodafone's 45 percent stake in its mobile business.

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MWC: Dell, Red Hat team up on network virtualization

Dell takes leadership of CloudNFV

Aha! Time Warner Cable ups Austin broadband speeds as Google Fiber looms

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Time Warner Cable coincidentally decides that Austin's home subscribers will get big jumps in broadband speed at no extra cost, just as Google Fiber looms on the horizon.

Aha! Time Warner Cable ups Austin broadband speeds as Google Fiber looms

Time Warner Cable coincidentally decides that Austin's home subscribers will get big jumps in broadband speed at no extra cost, just as Google Fiber looms on the horizon.

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T-Mobile accuses BlackBerry CEO of being anti-choice

The two companies have been trading harsh words for a week, and now T-Mobile is offering a $200 credit to trade in their Blackberrys.

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Orange hasn't given up competing for the future of messaging

Users of its upgraded Libon service can start chatting by sending an SMS with a link to a Web client