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The budget tablet market in India is currently flooded with plenty of options, but most of them are from manufacturers such as Samsung and Lenovo. These products offer enough power to get the basic job done and nothing more as their focus is generally on offering a big display with a big battery, but not
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The Communications Workers Union has announced more strikes will be carried out by workers at BT and Openreach on Tuesday August 30th and Wednesday August 31st. The Communications Workers Union has announced more strikes will take place on Tuesday August 30th and Wednesday August 31st, as the dispute over pay for BT and Openreach workers
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Swedish kit vendor Ericsson has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with multinational wireless communications engineering company SkyMax Network to build 5G infrastructure across Sub-Saharan Africa. As part of the deal Ericsson will supply the network infrastructure, optimisation and managed services. The vendor will also explore opportunities to partner across the end-to-end business and technology
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A newly commissioned supercomputer in Australia has processed a series of radio telescope observations, including a highly detailed image of a supernova remnant. Called Setonix, the newly commissioned supercomputer at the Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre has created a highly detailed image using data collected by ASKAP (Australian Square Kilometre Array) radio telescope. Operated by the
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The Gujarat government on Wednesday unveiled a new policy for state departments and organisations to promote the use of drones for operations and delivery of services to beneficiaries and said it seeks to create 25,000 employment opportunities and attract investment. Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel unveiled the “Drone Promotion and Usage Policy” at a function in
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Google Fiber – The ISP spin off of the Silicon Valley giant – is planning to expand its FTTH network into Arizona, Colorado, Nebraska, Nevada and Idaho. Google Fiber, who you don’t hear an awful lot out of it has to be said, has declared it is planning a big expansion to multiple cities across
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America Movil has completed the spin-off of its telecoms towers business in Latin America, formally creating the Sitios Latinoamérica business that it has been talking about for some time. It’s a case of better late than never for the Mexican incumbent, which first announced its plan to hive off its mobile sites in the region
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Financial services firm PwC has been slapped with a fine by the Financial Reporting Council over its work in auditing BT, following the identification of fraud in its Italian operations. Apparently PwC and Audit Engagement Partner Richard Hughes, who presumably was closely involved, each admitted ‘breaches of Relevant Requirements in relation to the audit of
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