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    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... 

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    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... 

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    As everyone kind of suspected they might, BT has caved to the complaintsof those that lost out, andwill be rolling out superfast broadband to four other towns across the UK in addition to the sixpreviously announced. The Race to Infinity publicity st... 

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    The Egyptian government may have switched off the internet in panic last week, but this hasn't stopped ordinary Egyptians from taking to the web. Within hours of the shutdown, ISPs in Europe were springing into action. Take the example of FDN, a smal... 

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    An application using Naturally Speaking voice recognition software could flush outdrunks and those unfit for office. All we need now is someone to write it. As telecoms advocates, we're permanently aggrieved that the human voice is so under utilised.... 

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    Massive civil unrest in Egypt - prompted by the recent Tunisian uprising - has been hitting the headlines in recent days, and once again, the role of the internet in the developingsituation has come under scrutiny. In its attempts to quell the uprisi...