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  • Congratulations to the wireless whisky winners!

    At the end of May, the wireless market marked 25 years since the FCC first opened up the radio spectrum to allow unlicensed access for communications, paving the way for wireless technology to become the ubiquitous business and consumer enabler that ... 

  • Beam me up, Chambers

    So we're now a scant five yearsbehind the events portrayed in Back to the Future II, and neither the flying car nor the hoverboardare yet ubiquitous technology. Yet according to research conducted by Cisco, the British public is one step ahead of the... 

  • Cheerio for now!

    I'm bowing out for a few weeks of(very well-deserved) holiday so this will likely be the last post on Network Noise until early July. I know we've not been at this'ereblogginglark for very long, but already it looks we're getting some repeatcustomers... 

  • Orange scores own goal with iPhone 4 plans

    Following the news last week that O2 is to can unlimited mobile data plans on the iPhone, Orange has revealed its pricing plans for the iPhone 4, reducing its fair use datalimit to 750MB across its business and consumer price plans, with only the mos... 

  • Mobile porn growing threat to corporate networks

    Most IT departments have long had policies in place that have largely wiped out the problem of pornographic websites being viewed over the corporate network. However, according to research from Damovo when it comes to mobile device policies we st... 

  • HP must come clean over Palm

    As the assimilation of mobility vendor Palm into the Hewlett-Packard empire nears, several key membersof Palm's webOS dev team have jumped ship. Thebeneficiaries? Palm's rivals Android and Apple. Palm has already lost its veep of human interface... 

  • Nortel's name will live on

    In the last eighteen months, MicroScope has been following the sad demise of Nortel closer than any other UK tech publication, and in that time the vendor's other business units have all found new homes The sale of its businesses has meant Norte... 

  • Just as smart phones deliver O2 scraps unlimited data use

    As an iPhone owner and an O2 customer it always seemed inevitable that sooner rather than later the question of unlimited data use would be one that was tackled by the phone company. The focus on texts and minutes might have been sensible when the c... 

  • Snail mail still rules up north

    This will probably come as no surprise to the average Mancunian, Scouser or Geordie, but it turns out that people in the north would rather take things slowly and have a friendly face-to-face meeting and have little truck with any of that poncy video... 

  • Avaya adds a bit of Mojo to its line-up

    Interest and, dare I say it, a little excitement, is mounting over the imminent debut of an Avaya tablet device after the firm passed a device referred to as a 'Tablet PC' through the FCC. The photo obtained by WirelessGoodness shows what is pre...