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Orange in talks with Apple on French contact-tracing app
Say French company's CEO Stephane Richard.
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Orange boss doubles down on Huawei defence amid heightened security debate
"Would go against the EU's interests and would cause major problems."
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One box, many voices.
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French telco loses 800k customer records to hackers
SQL injection attack suspected.
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Orange prepares legal action over NSA taps
Claims no complicity in tapping of undersea cable.
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Near-field communications nearer than you think
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Orange forms cloud with VMware, Cisco and EMC
Carrier recruits VCE alliance to offer web services.
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Orange and T-Mobile agree to merger
Long-awaited deal will see creation of 50:50 joint venture.
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IMTV ADSL business suspended over Internode legal dispute
Sydney-based ISP IMTV said it has shut down its ADSL service ‘temporarily’ while it seeks to resolve a legal dispute with Internode over use of the ‘Extreme’ brand and colour orange on its website.
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iPhone turns Orange
Rumours are quickly spreading concerning the 3G iPhone defecting from O2 to Orange.
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Orange courts small firms with new tariffs
Operator tackles the 'work-life blur'.
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Orange CEO quits after three years
Moving into emerging markets but still retaining France Telecom links.
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Orange and Vodafone cut VoIP from Nokia N95
It's about technology not protectionism, say telcos.
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Wireless Seagate drives keep sensitive data off phones.
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Apple and Orange cut broadband Mac deal
French offer of 1Mbps connection and MacBook for €2 ($3.35) a day.
Dec 19 2006 9:17AM
Equant rebranded as Orange
France Telecom (FT) has rebranded Equant, its local business and data subsidiary as part of a global strategy.
Jun 6 2006 10:45AM
Hutchison cans Orange brand
Hutchison Telecoms has announced that it will abandon its Orange brand.
Feb 1 2006 12:13PM
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