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Jim Duffy has been covering technology for over 28 years, 23 at Network World. He covers enterprise networking infrastructure, including routers and switches. He also writes The Cisco Connection blog and can be reached on Twitter @Jim_Duffy and at jduffy@nww.com.Google+

Cisco all but kills Cius tablet computer

Another one-time iPad killer is about to be killed off itself, less than a year after it started shipping.

Cisco to shutter Flip camera business

Cisco reportedly plans to shutter its Flip videocam business in a restructuring of its consumer operations following a disappointing string of quarters.

Cisco unveils Internet TV and more at CES

Cisco unveiled a suite of video products designed to combine digital TV, online content, social media and other communications applications into an all-inclusive home and mobile video session.

Nortel wireless patents have Apple, Google battling again

Apple and Google are reportedly among the bidders lining up for bankrupt Nortel's patents and intellectual property, sales that could generate $1 billion.

Survey finds gaps in U.S. broadband

Eighty-nine percent of respondents to a survey commissioned by telecom equipment vendor Tellabs think lack of broadband access in the United States hurts an individual's educational, productivity and employment potential. 

Report: Verizon plans iPhone competitor

Verizon Wireless is plotting a response to AT&T’s widely-anticipated Apple iPhone offering, according to published reports.

Report: Municipal Wi-Fi not just another utility

A new report warns that cities considering municipal Wi-Fi shouldn’t fool themselves into believing that the experience will be as routine as running water, gas and electricity systems.

DSL price drop steepest in 4 years

DSL prices have seen their sharpest price drop in four years, according to a new report from Point Topic Research.

Vonage sued by Verizon

Vonage is being sued by Verizon, which claims that Vonage is infringing upon seven of Verizon's patents.