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Why Huawei's Google woes worry Africa

Posted by Garrisond on 26/05/2019 in News |

Will Africa’s governments and consumers have to choose between using US and Chinese technology?

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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Is the voice assistant on your phone sexist?

Posted by Garrisond on 26/05/2019 in News |

BBC’s Megha Mohan finds out why voice assistant technologies often have female voices.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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Four times more data breaches logged in UK

Posted by Garrisond on 25/05/2019 in News |

No companies have been fined in the first year of tough new data laws, despite a sharp rise in breaches.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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SpaceX puts up 60 internet satellites

Posted by Garrisond on 24/05/2019 in News |

The California firm launches the first spacecraft in its multi-billion-dollar broadband project.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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Lift off for SpaceX rocket carrying 60 satellites

Posted by Garrisond on 24/05/2019 in News |

A Falcon-9 rocket launches from Florida, packed with 60 satellites capable of giving users on the ground high-speed connections to the internet.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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Google thwarts Baltimore ransomware fightback

Posted by Garrisond on 24/05/2019 in News |

City set up GMail accounts to thwart hackers but Google suspended them, fearing spammers were at work.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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Texting while crossing road may be banned, and other news

Posted by Garrisond on 24/05/2019 in News |

BBC Click’s Paul Carter looks at some the week’s best technology stories.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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Mona Lisa 'brought to life' with deepfake AI

Posted by Garrisond on 24/05/2019 in News |

Samsung makes a moving Mona Lisa from a single photo using AI technology.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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T-Mobile-Sprint Merger Teeters Between FCC Approval, DoJ Rejection

Posted by Garrisond on 24/05/2019 in News |

By Peter Suciu

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai this week gave the green light to a merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, currently the third- and fourth-largest mobile carriers
respectively. The nation’s top telecom regulator agreed to the $26 billion merger, but with some conditions — the most notable being that Sprint would sell off its Boost Mobile prepaid cellphone brand. In addition, the combined firm would commit to deploying 5G network coverage to 97 percent of the country within three years, and to 99 percent of the country within six years.

Source:: Technewsworld

      

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Baltimore government held hostage by hackers' ransomware

Posted by Garrisond on 24/05/2019 in News |

The hack has disabled government email and payments to city departments, with no end in sight.

Source:: BBC Tech News

      

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