Cisco buys MOTO Development Group to beef up consumer design chops

Engadget writes: "Cisco's already taken some big steps into the consumer market by buying the Flip cam line and releasing the Valet routers, but the company isn't done yet -- it's just acquired the MOTO Development Group, a San Francisco design house that's worked on a variety of high-profile products like Zune 2.0 and the LiveScribe Pulse. MOTO's also done some work on Android-based e-readers and MIDs that never really went anywhere, but you probably know the company best for its controversial smartphone touchscreen linearity test, which caused so much ruckus the firm actually re-did the whole thing with a robot in charge".

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Former IT director found guilty for selling govt-owned network switches on eBay

As per the court documents, between June 11, 2015, and August 23, 2018, Petrill ordered 41 Cisco 3850 switches that were expected to be installed on the Horry County network.

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Life In 360°: Space – The Last Resort

Cisco's “There’s Never Been a Better Time” campaign goes out of this world.


Cisco to kill its Intercloud public cloud on March 31, 2017

Snuffing OpenStack cloud means it's all hybrid cloud and network function virtualisation from now on at Switchzilla

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