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  • Police launch 'Keep eyes on the road' campaign
    Police launch 'Keep eyes on the road' campaign
    • 2015-09-28

    Drivers who use their mobile phone at the wheel will be targeted in a two-week police campaign. The Wales-wide crackdown urges motorists not to be distracted by answering their phone, reading a text or going online. More than 900 drivers were caught during last year's campaign. Officers will be carr...

  • Cell-network content crunch needs new cache designs, say boffins
    Cell-network content crunch needs new cache designs, say boffins
    • 2015-09-22

    It's increasingly clear to the telecommunications industry that content distribution is going to need to push further out into networks, to try and relieve congestion on the moderately-constrained backhaul that connects cell towers. Content caching at base stations can help, but as an IEEE Fellow fr...

  • Navy orders more RF-jammers for its F/A-18s
    Navy orders more RF-jammers for its F/A-18s
    • 2015-09-16

    Harris Corporation is to supply the U.S. Navy with advanced ALQ-214 radio-frequency jamming devices for its aircraft. Under a $97 million award from the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command, 46 devices will be provided for the service's integrated defensive electronic counter-measures program. The ALQ-214...

  • Salleh Said Keruak: No signal jammers during rally
    Salleh Said Keruak: No signal jammers during rally
    • 2015-09-06

    KUALA LUMPUR: Signal jamming devices will not be deployed during the upcoming Bersih rally this weekend, says Datuk Seri Dr Salleh Said Keruak (pic). "No, the issue does not arise," the Communications and Multimedia Minister told reporters here when asked if authorities would be using jamming device...

  • Security tight for Indian premier's visit to Kashmir
    Security tight for Indian premier's visit to Kashmir
    • 2015-08-27

    Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived on a two-day visit to Indian-administered Kashmir on Monday amid a complete shutdown and curfew-like restrictions in parts of the capital city. A strike to protest the visit, called by Kashmiri hard-line separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, closed sho...

  • Is your mobile phone provider lying about its coverage?
    Is your mobile phone provider lying about its coverage?
    • 2015-08-21

    First (Other OTC: FSTC - news) , accurate tool from Ofcom shows signal strength and coverage blackspots for mobile phones across 2G, 3G and 4G on Vodafone, O2, EE and Three networks Mobile phone providers could be forced to come clean about the poor signal they provide many areas of Britain after a ...

  • Jam mobile phone signals in prisons, says inspector
    Jam mobile phone signals in prisons, says inspector
    • 2015-08-14

    Technology should be used to jam mobile phone signals in prisons, an inspector at Britain's largest jail has said. David Jamieson, chairman of Wandsworth prison's Independent Monitoring Board, says illegal phones fuel prison drug trading, bullying and gang problems. Behind bars, phones can cost £400...

  • Number of Internet users in China continues to rise
    Number of Internet users in China continues to rise
    • 2015-08-06

    The number of Internet users in China is continuing to increase, according to the China Internet Network Information Center. The center says in a mid-year report that by the end of June, there were 668 million Internet users in China. The report says nearly 49 percent of China's population now goes ...

  • NTSB wants to ban mobile phone and electronics use in cars across the country [UPDATE]
    NTSB wants to ban mobile phone and electronics use in cars across the country [UPDATE]
    • 2015-07-29

    In August of last year, a 19-year-old pickup driver received 11 texts in as many minutes while traveling down a Missouri highway outside Gray Summit. The truck rear-ended a stopped tractor trailer at speed, which was then struck by not one, but two school buses, resulting in a massive, multi-car pil...

  • Wallet of the future? Your mobile phone
    Wallet of the future? Your mobile phone
    • 2015-07-20

    These days, it seems that most Americans carry three things in their pockets or purses at all times: keys, a wallet and a phone.  But, in the not-too-distant future, you may be able to leave the wallet and the keys behind. The mobile phone is staging a coup. Some analysts say that within five y...

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