Daily Archives: March 21, 2019

BT wants all operators to have equal access to street furniture

BT is demanding that local councils grant access to street furniture on a fair and equal basis, arguing that the current model of exclusive agreements stifles investments and could slow down 5G deployments. Under the present model, mobile operators bid for contracts with local authorities for the exclusive rights to …

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Fossil announced four new hybrid watch looks at Baselworld 2019

Fossil doesn’t have any major smartwatches planned for Baselworld 2019, but the company has introduced four new hybrid designs that you’ll be able to buy later this year. Two of the watches fall under the Fossil brand and are called Jacqueline and Cameron. You can see them both in the …

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Nokia phones investigated over rumored data breach

Following a recent data breach report, Finland’s data protection ombudsman said that he would investigate claims that Nokia-branded phones had sent information from users’ handsets to China. While Nokia exited the mobile phone business to focus solely on networking, the Finnish firm’s brand name lives on thanks to HMD Global …

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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice review roundup points to a brutal winner

Ready for a punishing weekend? Good – the release of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the latest game out of the FromSoftware studio (they of Dark Souls and Bloodborne fame) is almost here. And with it comes  the first wave of critic review scores.  Thankfully, it looks like it’s another brutal-but-fair …

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Businesses being put at risk by their removable devices

Despite having best practice guidelines in place, new research from ESET and Kingston Digital has revealed that 70 percent of organizations are failing to take the necessary steps to secure their business. To compile their research, the two firms surveyed over 500 British business leaders to better understand how they …

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