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Manchester City installing in-stadium Wi-Fi for fans to share experiences on Twitter and Facebook

Manchester City installing in-stadium Wi-Fi for fans to share experiences on Twitter and Facebook

By 8 May 2013

Manchester City will be the first Premier League football club to install in-stadium Wi-Fi for fans to use during matches. To be completed in the coming weeks, and definitely by the start of next season, the Etihad Stadium will feature Cisco's Connected... >>

Cisco sells Linksys router brand to competitor Belkin

Cisco sells Linksys router brand to competitor Belkin

By 24 January 2013

Cisco has sold off its last consumer entity to one-time competitor Belkin: the Linksys wireless router brand. While the financial terms of the deal haven't been closed, this is a big purchase for Belkin as it will give it a 30 per cent marketshare in... >>

Cisco Linksys X3000
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Cisco Linksys X3000

By 18 May 2012

We're on the hunt for the best domestic router we can find. Why? Because routers play a huge part in your home these days, and too many of them are utter rubbish. Cisco is one of the biggest names in networking hardware, and its name carries a gravitas... >>

Cisco kills Umi, its US Skype alternative

Cisco kills Umi, its US Skype alternative

By 4 January 2012

Although there's no official confirmation at present, Cisco has killed off its Umi consumer video conferencing system, and has withdrawn from taking on Skype head-to-head. The 1080p TV top chat set-up has been withdrawn from sale and, with it, the last... >>

Samsung to build next wave of Virgin Media TiVo boxes

Samsung to build next wave of Virgin Media TiVo boxes

By 8 September 2011

Consumer electronics giant Samsung has won a contract to build Virgin Media TiVo boxes going forward. Virgin Media had previously used Cisco for the first wave of Internet-connected PVRs, and will continue to do so, but Sammy-built set-top-boxes will... >>

Flip Action Tripod hands-on

Flip Action Tripod hands-on

By 19 April 2011

Flip may be in its death throes after being axed by Cisco, but we managed to get our hands on their Action Tripod, something we’ve been wanting for a while. Flip have always pushed the action angle on their Flip camcorders and the Action Tripod provides... >>

Flip Video was killed on eve of FlipLive launch

Flip Video was killed on eve of FlipLive launch

By 16 April 2011

While many are still trying to get their heads around Cisco's decision to close the Flip Video arm of its business, others are digging a little deeper, and some have found a possible reason for the closure. Flip Video, you see, was shut down a day before... >>

Fujitsu to hook-up 5 million UK homes with 1Gbps fibre optic broadband

Fujitsu to hook-up 5 million UK homes with 1Gbps fibre optic broadband

By 13 April 2011

Working in collaboration with Virgin Media, TalkTalk and Cisco, Fujitsu has plans to roll out superfast fibre optic cable across the UK, with the aim of delivering 1Gbps broadband to 5 million homes and businesses. The eventual network will be an alternative... >>

Top alternatives to Flip Video

Top alternatives to Flip Video

By 12 April 2011

Cisco has shocked the tech world by announcing that it is to kill off its famous Flip Video brand, closing down the business and ceasing production of all models. It's a bit of a shocker, as Flip seemed to be one of the dominant brands when it comes to... >>

Cisco kills Flip Video

Cisco kills Flip Video

By 12 April 2011

Bet you didn’t see this one coming, Cisco has just confirmed with Pocket-lint that it is killing the Flip Video brand, closing down the business and ceasing production of all models. “Stopping the business rather than selling it was the best course... >>