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What does Clinton have in store for the tech industry?

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Hillary Clinton has recently released her campaign promises for the technology sector should she be elected as President Obama’s successor in November

Court of Appeals hits back at US telco industry with net neutrality ruling

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The District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals has hit back at the US telcos industry, ruling in favour of government net neutrality regulations.

Verizon powers cloud TV offering with Intel Media purchase

Verizon is buying Intel Media

Verizon Communications on Tuesday agreed to acquire Intel Media, a business division dedicated to the development of Cloud TV products and services. The US carrier will incorporate the Intel-developed technologies into its next-generation video services through the Verizon FiOS fibre optic network and over the top to any device, including via LTE.

AT&T teams with Microsoft to provide cloud solution to enterprises

AT&T has teamed up with Microsoft to provide cloud solution to enterprises

US operator AT&T has teamed up with Microsoft to offer a cloud solution allowing enterprise customers to connect to Microsoft’s cloud platform using a private network. The solution will use cloud integration technology from AT&T over a virtual private network to pair with Microsoft’s Windows Azure platform.

Sprint taps IBM for cloud connected cars

Sprint has tapped IBM for an update to the Sprint Velocity infotainment platform

Sprint has tapped IBM for an update to the Sprint Velocity infotainment platform that allows drivers to sync car settings with the cloud.

US carriers missing $16bn SME opportunity, says consultancy

The US telecom industry could be missing out on as much as $16bn in annual revenues by failing to properly address the needs of SMEs, according to research released recently by consultancy Inzenka.

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