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A star is born in Malaysia

ZTE has launched the ZTE STAR 1 smartphone in Malaysia, the first time the model has been introduced outside China. According to the company, Malaysia was chosen because of the nation’s strong economy and development in technology, and its influence as a regional hub geographically and culturally. 108 more words


Why Gigatown is not a waste of money

On Radio New Zealand’s Morning Report critics describe Gigatown as a waste of money.

Gigatown is a year-long competition run by Chorus.

It promotes the company’s UFB fibre network being rolled out to urban New Zealand. 617 more words


VoD in SA - it's happening

Video on Demand (VoD) in South Africa now has three players, if you count the ‘CatchUp Plus’ offering from MultiChoice.

Times Media Group has launched… 97 more words


Managing pace - Handling complex, urgent programmes in the Digital Age

As the MCA’s Year of Digital work is illustrating, Digital is reshaping client demands for consulting expertise. It is also changing how consulting is done. This applies to wide scale transformation, as well as staples of change, such as programme and project delivery. 283 more words

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Alternate solutions to bypass terrible 'customer service'

Surreptitious policies that provoke customer ire are frequently associated with large scale telecommunications providers. A recurring complaint relates to the quality of customer service. Now I’ll be the first to admit the damning incompetence of some phone representatives. 348 more words

FCC stops the clock on some big telecom merger reviews

The companies behind two pending mega mergers with the potential to dramatically alter the U.S. telecom market will have to wait a little while longer to find out if they have the blessing of regulators. 435 more words


My Thoughts on Chapter 3 The Language of New Media by Lev Manovich

Chapter one of Manovich’s The Language of New Media gives readers an understanding that media has evolved since the creation of basic computers.  Readers are also given an in-depth explanation of computer data and how it differs from what computer engineers first thought it to be.   508 more words