Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies has signed a deal with Dutch navigation and digital mapping firm TomTom to use its maps and services on smartphones.
The Global Positioning System will roll over this weekend, resetting clocks due to a problem similar to that which caused Y2K, a memo from the US Department of Homeland Security says, with effects expected to be much more severe than when the last rollover took place in 1999.
An initiative aimed at developing an enhanced audio-visual experience for motor vehicles and to capitalise on the latest advances in connectivity and multimedia technologies has been launched by the International Telecommunication Union.
China has hit back with the Coronavirus, never doubt that. Now the Rest of the World will hit back hard[…]
Good PR strategy from the minister and the telcos. But it won’t remove the ‘digital divide’ that sees half the[…]
Population densities of areas where fixed broadband is rolled out in Australian major cities and regional towns is comparable or[…]
Why do I consider this useless and irrelevant information?How does this effect our broadband prices?What effect does distance and population[…]
Change your credit card number with them and just let the money dry up with them!