Today's TechFast: Down, Up, Down, Up: Industry is Like a Rollercoaster Today

By Rory J. Thompson December 11, 2014

TMC's Techfast newsletter for Thursday, December 11, 2014:

Who Ya Gonna Call? Mysterious Wi-Fi Outage Hits Harvard Campus

Students scramble when Internet goes down as finals loom.

Chips Ahoy: Intel Plans Huge China Investment

Company set for $1.6 billion cash infusion for chip plant.

Disconnect: VoIP Seen as Spoiler for Landline Phones

The rise of cheaper calls might mean the hasty departure of an old standby.

Interactive Intelligence Gets Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award

Company honored for the second time.

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