Tag Archive: Google

Jul
07
2011

Google+ comes to wireless?

Google+ is the Google’s answer to Facebook, Twitter, and other online Social Media.  You can look at an entertaining demo at “http://www.google.com/+/demo/”.  Google+’s “Circle” feature allows the user to group friends thus addressing that age-old Facebook problem:  “What do I do when my Mother wants to friend me?”.  This feature takes a direct shot at …

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May
23
2011

Telcos Could Be the Apple of Google-y Eyes

AT&T and T-Mobile, and Microsoft and Skype are the big mergers that are on everyone’s mind right now. But these much-debated pairings will be small beans if what the folks at New Paradigm Resources Group are talking about really materializes. Telecom veterans Victor Schnee and Al Boschulte, who these days work for the Chicago-based research and …

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Apr
25
2011

What’s All the Cloud Buzz?

So if you’re like many of us in the telecom and enterprise networking world, you’re probably hearing all the “Cloud Computing” buzz and thinking, “Yea, another bunch of hype about the ‘next big thing’ in IT that will probably never materialize;” but, really, what is it? And what does it have to do with the …

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Mar
31
2011

Google Picks Kansas City

When Google got reporter keyboards clicking more than a year ago with promises to bring gigabit-speed FTTH a lucky community in the United States, I used this space to blog about how while these plans were worthy of note, it is the broadband service provider community that is best positioned to expand and improve high-speed …

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Jan
23
2011

Changing of the Guard – Steve Jobs and Eric Schmidt leave

I grew up using Apple computers – 4th Grade Computers was taught using Apple IIE, my first real computer was an AppleIIC in the 10th grade, 12th grade typing was on Macintosh, and my College required all students to have Macintosh computers.  To me, all computers were Apple, I didn’t really know anything else (or …

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