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  • Royal Wedding smartphone case must surely appeal to someone

    Amid all the excitementof Valentine's Day and the spurious press releases that accompany that annual festival of tat, Network Noise had quite forgotten thatjust around the corner is the Royal Wedding. To celebrate the imminent nuptials of Prince Will... 

  • Telco M&A predictions forget the little guys

    Over the weekend KPMG's telecoms head Joe Gallagher said that the sector is in for a wave of M&A activity over the next two to three years. "Big ticket players will be looking to joint ventures and partnerships just as much as acquisitions,&... 

  • Live tweet your Valentine messages with BT

    More news reaches us of networks being pushed into service on behalf ofthe lovesick, the lonely and the desperate. As Valentine's Day approaches,the PR world has already built up a good head of steam as techies rush to capitalise on our base desires ... 

  • Microsoft and Nokia. A coalition of the losers?

    The deal between Nokia and Microsoft to make Windows Phone 7 the primary operating system for the mobile phone maker's products is opportune for both businesses, writes Billy MacInnes. As we have seen, Nokia's Symbian OS has been struggling in the sm... 

  • Cisco has got the consumer market all wrong

    Another quarter, and anotherset of disappointing results from Cisco, which did its best to spin its results positively, but couldn't disguise some serious problems. The big issue for many is the firm's consumer business, which saw a precipitous 15%dr... 

  • We're backing Google in the Twitter acquisition war

    Loss-making social network Twitter is understood to be locked in acquisition talks with Facebook and Google, with the micro-blogging site thought to be worth around $10bn, says the WSJ. Leaving aside the fact that $10bn is a patently ludicrous valua... 

  • HP kicks Palm brand into TouchPad

    When HP bought Palm last year, it made a lot of contradictory, flip-flopping statements over what it planned to do with the struggling mobility vendor, which culminated in a sudden u-turn over remarks made bythe thenCEO Mark Hurd. But it seems now th... 

  • Teenaged TalkTalk has growing pains, spots, is also an octopus

    Following a net loss of 25,000 customers and the axing of over 500 jobs, TalkTalk chief exec Dido Hardinghas thrown her hands in the airand admitted to the Financial Times that the business was like a teenaged octopus. And about time too! Inwhat stan... 

  • Should Microsoft hook up with Nokia?

    Should the also-rans of the smartphone space, Microsoft and Nokia, team up for market domination? Adnaan Ahmad, a London-based analyst with Berenberg Bank, thinks so. In fact, he's so confident it could workhe wants to buy Steve Ballmer lunch... Last... 

  • PBX hackers cost businesses a billion

    If you were worried about your mobile phone voicemail being hacked by errant reporters, then worry no more. For a start, you're probably not famous enough, and secondly, you ought to be more worried about criminals breaking into your PBX. PBX hacking...