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Are3D Maps Accurate For Real Time Viewing Experience?

We human are extremely never settling down with whatever we have. In fact, we should be grateful to this feature that every single day small – big creative ideas are leading to inventions. 300 more words


Smart Installs Wi-Fi Service at Laoag Airport

PLDT and Smart Communications  have installed carrier-grade Smart WiFi at Laoag International Airport amid the increasing demand for super speed internet as more Filipinos embrace the digital lifestyle. 384 more words


How Verizon's Faster Download Speeds Lapped the Field

Wireless carriers have been slowly rolling out a new technology for the past few years to increase maximum download speeds on their networks.

But on Monday, Verizon Communications surprised the industry by announcing it had added the faster approach in 461 markets covering almost the entire country. 530 more words


Sprint and T-Mobile Offer More Expensive Unlimited Plans

After offering cheaper unlimited mobile plans with some compromises two weeks ago, wireless carriers T-Mobile and Sprint are now heeding calls for truly unlimited unlimited plans. 403 more words


Wireless service in Canada remains expensive, but should Ottawa intervene?

Canadians are still paying some of the highest prices for basic cellphone service in the G7 group of nations, a recent CRTC report suggested, but does that mean Ottawa should meddle in the market? 974 more words


AT&T and ETECSA will connect Cuba and the USA for voice, text and data

OnCuba reports that AT&T and ETECSA seem to have concluded negotiations and signed agreements for the exchange of international voice traffic between the USA and Cuba. 263 more words



A window view of the BT Tower, in Fitzrovia, central London. I took this picture on the 28th of August, 2012, on the first day at my new office in Tottenham Court Road, after my company relocated there from our old site in Bressenden Place, Victoria which was scheduled for demolition. 94 more words