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  • Schools ban mobile phones
    Schools ban mobile phones
    • 2016-06-07

    School-age children are at least five times more likely to be victims of mobile phone theft than adults, results published by the Home Office suggest. Many such thefts are said to take place around the school gates - so some head teachers have decided it is best to ban phones altogether. There is a ...

  • Jamming device 'saved' Musharraf
    Jamming device 'saved' Musharraf
    • 2016-05-16

    The car carrying Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf may have escaped a roadside bomb blast thanks to a radio jamming device, officials say. Five bombs exploded under a bridge in the city of Rawalpindi on Sunday, mere seconds after President Musharraf had passed over it. The jamming device may have...

  • Thai government burn narcotics on combating drug abuse
    Thai government burn narcotics on combating drug abuse
    • 2016-05-05

    Thailand has incinerated almost 3.4 tons of confiscated drugs in an incinerator to mark United Nation’s International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking. The illicit-drug burning ceremony is part of the government’s national agenda on combating drug abuse. This may be one measure, b...

  • Around 1.3 million young Chinese to compete for central government posts
    Around 1.3 million young Chinese to compete for central government posts
    • 2016-04-12

    An estimated 1.3 million young Chinese will compete for 18,000 civil servant posts in central government departments and their local branches on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday afternoon, exams of extra skills will be held for applicants competing for posts with foreign language requirements and th...

  • 'Jammer' stops drivers using phones
    'Jammer' stops drivers using phones
    • 2016-03-23

    'Jammer' stops drivers using phones A device that prevents motorists from communicating via mobile phone while they're driving is being offered to UK network providers. 'Groove' alerts telecoms companies when their customers are driving, allowing them to block calls, texts and social media until the...

  • North Koreans sent to prison camps for using mobile phones
    North Koreans sent to prison camps for using mobile phones
    • 2016-03-17

    A new report by Amnesty International reveals Kim Jong-un's repressive regime is tightening its stranglehold on use of phones and the internet North Koreans caught using mobile phones to contact loved ones who have fled abroad are being sent to political prison camps. A new Amnesty report reveals th...

  • Paris Air Show bans guests from jamming phone signals
    Paris Air Show bans guests from jamming phone signals
    • 2016-03-09

    The organisers of the Paris International Air Show were forced to order aerospace companies appearing at the event to shut off devices jamming mobile telephone signals, they told AFP on Tuesday. On Sunday, as exhibitors were setting out their stalls at the Le Bourget aerodrome north of Paris, techni...

  • NBN Co to deploy 5G in the bush
    NBN Co to deploy 5G in the bush
    • 2016-03-02

    The national broadband network will deploy next-generation 5G technology for internet users in rural and regional Australia, according to Liberal frontbench MP Paul Fletcher. Mr Fletcher will make the announcement as part of a speech at the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai on Thursday, as a replace...

  • NSW prison jams smuggled phones
    NSW prison jams smuggled phones
    • 2016-02-15

    An Australian-first trial of technology that will stop inmates from making calls from mobile phones they've illegally smuggled into jail has begun at a prison west of Sydney. A decade after it was first proposed, mobile phone jamming began at Lithgow Correctional Centre on Tuesday. Dozens of antenna...

  • Body Orifice Security Scanner: Goulburn jail stops inmates smuggle in mobile phones
    Body Orifice Security Scanner: Goulburn jail stops inmates smuggle in mobile phones
    • 2016-01-28

    A body scanning chair that can detect a piece of metal as small as a staple hidden inside a body orifice is the latest piece of security technology to be introduced at Goulburn jail. The Body Orifice Security Scanner, or the BOSS Chair, is now in use at Goulburn Correctional Centre to help prevent t...

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