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Cisco to secure employees' personal devices

Cisco Systems is expanding its services to enable companies to manage and secure private mobile devices used by employees at work, aiming to benefit from the trend widely known as BYOD or Bring Your Own Device.

BlackBerry Faces New Challenge from U.S. Agency

In another blow for beleaguered BlackBerry maker Research In Motion, the U.S. federal government's main procurement agency is issuing iPhones and Android-based devices to some of its 17,000 workers.

More Mobile Devices than People by 2016: Cisco

Between 2011 and 2016 the amount of mobile data traffic will grow at a compound annual rate of 78 percent as the number of mobile devices connected to the Internet exceeds the number of people on Earth in four years' time, according to a study by Cisco Systems Inc.

CES: AT&T promises 8 new high-speed devices

AT&T Inc announced plans to launch seven new smartphones and a tablet computer early this year for a new wireless network it is building, in an effort to catch up with bigger rival Verizon Wireless in high-speed wireless services.

AT&T promises 8 new high-speed mobile devices

AT&T Inc announced plans to launch seven new smartphones and a tablet computer early this year for a new wireless network it is building as it looks to catch up with bigger rival Verizon Wireless in high-speed wireless services.

AMD Could Guide Sequentially Lower Q1 Revenues

Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD) could guide its first quarter revenues to decline 4 percent to 8 percent sequentially when it reports its fourth-quarter results on Jan.19, according to a Wall Street analyst.

CES 2012: Eight New Devices You Won't Want to Miss

Every January, thousands of electronics manufacturers gather in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show, the largest of its kind in the world. Companies roll out their finest gear, and show off their latest innovations, and this year is no different

Nvidia Loses Market Share to AMD in Upgradable GPU Configurations: Analyst

Shares of graphics chip maker Nvidia, Inc. (NASDAQ:NVDA) have outperformed in recent time, following better-than-expected results and guidance, news reports of Graphics Processor Unit (GPU) socket wins in the Macbook and Macbook Pros for 2012 and with still high hopes for Tegra despite lackluster sequential growth in the second half of 2011.

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