Last year, Macquarie acquired KCom for £627 million following a bidding war. At that time, Kcom itself was reeling from a failed attempt to expand its business beyond the North of England and build a national network… Last year, Macquarie acquired KCom for £627 million following a bidding war. At that time, Kcom itself was
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Verizon’s CEO Hans Vestberg was quick to temper expectations regarding the company’s nationwide 5G network, which it is scheduled to deliver later this year. Currently, Verizon’s limited 5G deployments operate using the ultrafast mmWave spectrum… Verizon’s CEO Hans Vestberg was quick to temper expectations regarding the company’s nationwide 5G network, which it is scheduled to
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5G is going to change the world. Find out how this exciting technology is going to reshape your industry at this year’s Total Telecom Congress May 14th • Canadian 5G is being slowed by the coronavirus pandemic, with only one operator managing to launch so far this year. • Verizon’s CEO has downplayed the company’s upcoming
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2020 was supposed to be the year of 5G for Canada, but the coronavirus pandemic has thrown a significant spanner in the works. Bell Canada has announced that its initial 5G network is ready to be switched on, but have deemed the ongoing pandemic as the wrong time to do so… 2020 was supposed to
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The Telegram messaging service has announced it is ending an ambitious cryptocurrency and payments system project after a legal battle with regulators in the United States. “We are announcing the discontinuation of our blockchain project,” Telegram founder Pavel Durov announced on his Telegram channel late Tuesday, saying it was a “sad day.” The Telegram Open
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Amazon called Wednesday for a US federal law to prohibit price gouging during a national emergency, saying new standards are needed to prevent profiteering from situations like the COVID-19 pandemic. The e-commerce leader, which has been hit with accusations that it has failed to prevent unfair pricing on its platform, said any liability for price-gouging
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Organisations conducting research into COVID-19 may be targeted by computer hackers linked to the Chinese government, according to the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security Neither agency cited any specific examples Wednesday, but they warned that institutions and companies involved in work on vaccines, treatments and testing for the novel coronavirus should take additional
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A mobile banking malware called “EventBot”, which steals personal financial information, may affect Android phone users in India, the federal cyber-security agency has said in a latest advisory. The CERT-In has issued a caution, saying the Trojan virus may “masquerade as a legitimate application such as Microsoft Word, Adobe Flash, and others using third-party application
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Vodafone Idea has merged all postpaid offerings into the Vodafone Red umbrella. All Idea Nirvana postpaid plans were to integrate into the Vodafone Red postpaid brand starting May 11. Just one day after this transition began, Vodafone has introduced a new Commercial Usage Policy (CUP) for its postpaid plans that offer unlimited data and unlimited
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Vodafone, Europe’s biggest mobile phone company, reported Tuesday slumping roaming revenues as the coronavirus slashes international travel while it warned of increased cyber attacks by criminals profiting from the pandemic. “In April, we have seen roaming in Europe fall by 65 to 75 percent,” the British group said in an earnings statement that showed Vodafone
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Vodafone Idea is introducing a voice-based contactless recharge option for Vodafone and Idea prepaid customers that can be used at retail outlets. Although the company offers recharge option to prepaid users through the respective Vodafone and Idea apps, many customers still rely on retailers for recharging their prepaid mobile number. With the voice-based recharge option,
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