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  • Mobiles used in high-tech terror
    Mobiles used in high-tech terror
    • 2016-04-13

    LONDON, England (CNN) -- Mobile phones are in the hands of millions of people around the world. And increasingly, it appears, in the hands of terrorists. The bombers who targeted commuter trains in Madrid on March 11 used the built-in alarm clock in mobile phones to set off explosives. In Jerusalem,...

  • China Unicom: 3G/4G Prospects Bright, Challenges Prevail
    China Unicom: 3G/4G Prospects Bright, Challenges Prevail
    • 2016-03-28

    China Unicom reported weak financial results in the fourth quarter of 2015 wherein total revenue was down year over year while loss per ADR was in contrast to earnings recorded in the prior-year quarter. Nonetheless, the 3G/4G space is a compelling opportunity and should propel growth. In the fourth...

  • Mobile jammers: Maharashtra board needs to act fast
    Mobile jammers: Maharashtra board needs to act fast
    • 2016-03-18

    Struggling to curb the use of mobile phones in exam centres, the Maharashtra state education board can learn from ICSE and CBSE boards which has adapted high-tech methods such as installing network jammers, CCTVs, and other best practices to prevent cheating during exams, suggest experts. The state ...

  • G20 security to jam cellphone signals
    G20 security to jam cellphone signals
    • 2016-03-11

    Wireless companies say they’ve been told their signals may be jammed during the G8 and G20 summits, but aren’t being given any more information about how thousands of cellphone users could be affected. While the G8 summit is in Ontario cottage country, the G20 is in the heart of downtown Toronto, an...

  • Follow Government Rules While Procuring Jammers: UGC To Universities
    Follow Government Rules While Procuring Jammers: UGC To Universities
    • 2016-03-04

    New Delhi:  The University Grants Commission (UGC) has asked all colleges and Universities that wish to install jammers to curb unfair means in exams to not procure them from "unauthorised manufacturers". After concerns were expressed by the Union Cabinet secretariat about procurement of these ...

  • Verizon has started testing 5G technology
    Verizon has started testing 5G technology
    • 2016-02-24

    The actual definition of 5G is likely to remain nebulous for a while, but that isn't stopping Verizon from announcing today at Mobile World Congress that it's already begun testing the tech for its next-generation networks, following through on a 2015 promise to carry out trials this year. Earlier t...

  • Mobiles to drop out during Bush visit
    Mobiles to drop out during Bush visit
    • 2016-02-17

    Mobile phone calls in Sydney's CBD will be blocked by a sophisticated counter-terrorism measure to prevent bomb attacks during US President George W Bush's September APEC visit. The president's motorcade will be shadowed by a helicopter equipped with signal-jamming equipment, News Limited newspapers...

  • Sabarmati Central Jail to get 4G signal jammers
    Sabarmati Central Jail to get 4G signal jammers
    • 2016-02-01

    Eight years after installing the first cell phone signal jammers in Sabarmati Jail, authorities have now decided to install 4G signal jammers to curb illegal use of cell phones by inmates. Jail officials said that out of 24, currently only two jails in the state, Ahmedabad and Vadodara central jails...

  • Now, mobile-phone jammers to check cheating at exam centres
    Now, mobile-phone jammers to check cheating at exam centres
    • 2016-01-26

    In order to prevent hi-tech cheating, statutory examination-conducting bodies have been allowed to use mobile-phone jammers. In a new policy notified by the cabinet secretariat – the nodal authority for granting permission and clearance for use and procurement of jammers – examination bodies have be...

  • Pakistan imposes curfew in Rawalpindi after clashes
    Pakistan imposes curfew in Rawalpindi after clashes
    • 2016-01-20

    The Pakistani authorities have imposed a curfew in Rawalpindi, near the capital Islamabad, after eight people died in sectarian clashes on Friday. The violence erupted as Shia Muslims staged a procession marking the religious festival of Ashura. Dozens of people were injured and many shops set on fi...

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