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    Brocade is cracking open the bubbly this week to celebrate the day, 15 years ago, when it first drew breath in a small storefront with a cardboard box serving as a conference table. And we at MicroScopethought it was high time to embarrass the teenag... 

  • HP romps with Palm and Microsoft

    HP is apparently entertaining the possibility of a three-in-a-bed romp with both Palm's and Microsoft's developers. 

  • The Virgin Media saga, part two

    Well, two days in and I'm starting to think this dog food might be out of date. 

  • Google wants your unified comms business

    If you're selling unified comms and collaboration, it's time to accept Google is a competitor and up your game accordingly. 

  • Time to eat my own dog food

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  • Next HP boss must signal networking commitment

    The news of Mark Hurd's resignation from the hotseat at Hewlett-Packard will continue to ripple through the industry this week, and is already causing concern among some network watchers. 

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    It's a sad yet inevitable fact of life in this sort of game that a lot of the same old stories come around again and again. Take the good old technology partnership, a stalwart in these parts; two vendors, both alike in dignity, in fairMaidenhead whe... 

  • Google Wave broke ahead of its time

    After a brief flurry of initial interest, Google has suspended development of itsWavenetworking service, which many will now argue was doomed from the start. The applications of the service, which was designed to be nothing less than a revolution in ... 

  • Android is coming of age

    Research conducted in the US by research outfit NPD Group has concluded that the Android smartphone operating system now holds a leading share of consumer sales.