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Cisco CEO John Chambers said the first quarter was solid as the company weathered economic uncertainty and limited capex spending.
Mobile network operators at Mobile World Congress press for better government treatment, fewer free services, and no unlimited data plans.
An effort to license IBM processor designs bears fruit as one of the most powerful computing companies on the Net shows its own server using Big Blue's Power8 chip. That could mean more competitive pressure on Intel.
Google's spending on infrastructure is big and getting bigger -- more than doubling to $2.23 billion in the fourth quarter of 2013.
Over-the-top services like Skype voice calls or Viber messaging sap carrier revenues. But Talmon Marco said users are just going where the innovation happens.
"I think it is logical to assume you're going to have two or three and certainly not six and seven competitors in any marketplace," says AT&T CFO John Stephens.
Piggybacking off a contract to supply 10,000 schools with Net access and 130,000 Chromebooks, a telco upstart gains an emerging market foothold. Hear its CEO's thoughts on the 4G honeymoon, Google Fiber, and dumb pipes.
Liberty Global says the deal creates the "world's leading broadband communications company," covering 47 million homes and 25 million customers across 14 countries.
There were some good parts of Intel's fourth-quarter report -- including better-than-expected per-share earnings -- but most results were lower than the previous year, and the company's capital spending continues to soar.
Company has been offering book publishers "a very attractive proposal," according to an analyst. He says to expect the device to launch in the spring and cost $1,000.