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Several companies have now said they don't plan to offer their own DSL consumer service in UK.
Lucent Technologies bundled its plan to restructure the company with its report of a $US1.02 billion first quarter loss. The restructuring will result in the loss of 10,000 jobs, the company announced Wednesday.
Products featuring the Bluetooth wireless technology are expected to generate worldwide revenue of $US2.5 billion in 2001, according to a new study released Monday.
British Telecommunications (BT) and Norway's Telenor have finalised a deal in which BT has agreed to buy Telenor's 10% stake in German mobile communications provider Viag Interkom AG, giving BT full ownership of the company.
Investigation follows ruling on local loop
Two articles published in the U.K. medical journal The Lancet on Friday have reignited the debate over the dangers that mobile telephones may pose to children's health, yet the U.K. government has still not established a team to carry out research that it promised in May.
The U.K. telecommunications regulator on Thursday upheld complaints that dominant operator British Telecommunications PLC (BT) is unfairly restricting access to its local loop network by rivals wanting to use its lines to offer high-speed Internet access.
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Computer Associates International Inc. (CA) announced Monday it has released the newest version of its Unicenter TNG eBusiness management software product.
Bluetooth is a hot topic at many discussions at Comdex in Las Vegas this week, and though the promise of the wireless technology has yet to pan out with actual products available on the market, Microsoft is confident in its decision to put its considerable weight behind the wireless technology.