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  • Someday your phone may stop an oncoming car

    Self-driving cars will try to avoid robot pedestrians in a simulated city as part of an effort to make real-world streets safer.

  • Cisco names two more to new CEO's team

    Cisco has named two new executives to the leadership team of new <a href="http://blogs.cisco.com/news/cisco-announces-executive-news">CEO Chuck Robbins, who begins his tenure today</a>.

  • Telcos hit out at govt's infrastructure security legislation

    Representatives of the telecommunications industry have flatly rejected as regulatory over-reach a government scheme intended to boost infrastructure security.

  • iiNet shareholders vote for TPG buyout

    Only Australian Competition and Consumer Commission approval remains as a barrier to TPG's acquisition of iiNet, after iiNet shareholders today voted in favour of the deal.

  • iiNet enters trading halt ahead of TPG vote

    iiNet has been placed in a trading halt ahead of a vote this morning on the ASX-listed Internet service provider's acquisition by TPG.

  • EARLY ACCESS Q&A: New Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins heads into "hyper-connected" mode

    When Cisco Systems employees head into work Monday they'll encounter something they haven't seen in two decades: A new boss. Chuck Robbins -- formerly senior vice president of worldwide operations -- takes over as CEO from John Chambers, one of the most visible and quotable figures in business.

  • Cisco kills Invicta storage product line

    Cisco has pulled the plug on its troubled <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/article/2173657/lan-wan/cisco-ucs-2-0--flashy-new-data-center-servers-revealed.html">Invicta flash storage appliances</a> in another admission that an acquisition didn't pan out as hoped.

  • Telcos come out swinging over Telstra wholesale pricing

    The Competitive Carriers Coalition (CCC) has hit out at a government intervention in the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's inquiry into the pricing of Telstra's wholesale services.

  • 790 could leave Cisco in Technicolor deal

    Cisco could transfer or impact as many as 790 employees under terms of <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/article/2952074/cisco-quits-settop-box-market-sells-business-to-technicolor.html">the sale of its Connected Devices business unit (CDBU) to Technicolor</a>.

  • Time for a Switch

    Speeds and feeds as an Ethernet differentiator are over. Ethernet macho will be based much more on offering adaptable consumption models than raw throughput.

  • Key to omnichannel CX is customisation

    In order to achieve success with omnichannel customer experience strategy, companies need to utilise user personas, while maintaining excellence across all channels, according to customer transformation service expert, Brad Starr.

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