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KXLY-TV Spokane
Microsoft plans to lay off 2,850 people in next yeartake a $950 million restructuring charge as a result of its decision to scrap m
Microsoft plans to lay off 2,850 people in next year
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 25 minutes ago
take a $950 million restructuring charge as a result of its decision to scrap much of the phone hardware business it bought from Nokia in 2014. As of the end of June, the company said it employed 114,000 people with about 44,400 in Washington st... Read more
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Tom's Hardware
Microsoft Lays Off Another 2,850 Employees From Its Nokia Acquisition, Totalling Over 30,000 So FarMicrosoft seems to be close to firing almost everyone it hired as part of the a
Microsoft Lays Off Another 2,850 Employees From Its Nokia Acquisition, Totalling Over 30,000 So Far
Tom's Hardware / Posted an hour ago
Microsoft seems to be close to firing almost everyone it hired as part of the acquisition of Nokia in 2013. The company announced that it will lay off another 2,850 employees by the end of the year, in a recent SEC filing, after announcing multiple... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
Microsoft is laying off 2,850 workers in a fresh round of cutsin 2014. It started with the company terminating half of the 25,000 workers tha
Microsoft is laying off 2,850 workers in a fresh round of cuts
SiliconANGLE / Posted 2 hours ago
in 2014. It started with the company terminating half of the 25,000 workers that came aboard after its purchase of Nokia Corporation, a move that was followed by the elimination of another 7,800 jobs in 2015 and several smaller cuts some... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsMicrosoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expec
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 2 hours ago
Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. The software giant will layoff about 2,850 people over the next year as it continues to unwind its smartphone hardware business. Microsoft disclosed the news in a... Read more
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News 8000
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsMicrosoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expec
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
News 8000 / Posted 3 hours ago
Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. The software giant will layoff about 2,850 people over the next year as it continues to unwind its smartphone hardware business. Microsoft disclosed the news in a... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsMore news headlines NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
KECI Missoula / Posted 3 hours ago
More news headlines NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. The software giant will layoff about 2,850 people over the next year as it continues to unwind its smartphone hardware... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsBy Hope King NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 3 hours ago
By Hope King NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. The software giant will layoff about 2,850 people over the next year as it continues to unwind its smartphone hardware business.... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsMicrosoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expec
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 3 hours ago
Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. The software giant will layoff about 2,850 people over the next year as it continues to unwind its smartphone hardware business. Microsoft disclosed the news in a... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsNEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 3 hours ago
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. The software giant will layoff about 2,850 people over the next year as it continues to unwind its smartphone hardware business. Microsoft... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsmore jobsCompany continues to unwind smartphone hardware business David Becker
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
KTVZ Bend / Posted 3 hours ago
more jobsCompany continues to unwind smartphone hardware business David Becker/Getty Images Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. More From KTVZ.COM The software giant will layoff about 2,850... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsMicrosoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expec
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 3 hours ago
Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. The software giant will layoff about 2,850 people over the next year as it continues to unwind its smartphone hardware business. Microsoft disclosed the news in a... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsMicrosoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expec
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 3 hours ago
Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. The software giant will layoff about 2,850 people over the next year as it continues to unwind its smartphone hardware business. Microsoft disclosed the news in a... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsMicrosoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expec
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 3 hours ago
Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. The software giant will layoff about 2,850 people over the next year as it continues to unwind its smartphone hardware business. Microsoft disclosed the news in a... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsMicrosoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expec
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 3 hours ago
Microsoft's costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. The software giant will layoff about 2,850 people over the next year as it continues to unwind its smartphone hardware business. Microsoft disclosed the news in a... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobsAn image of the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington. Microsoft’s costly be
Microsoft to cut about 2,850 more jobs
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 3 hours ago
An image of the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington. Microsoft’s costly bet on Nokia will mean more job losses than previously expected. The software giant will layoff about 2,850 people over the next year as it continues to unwind its... Read more
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techcentral.ie
business transformationcompany could be said to have been agile in their changes — Microsoft’s nose, a
business transformation
techcentral.ie / Posted 4 hours ago
company could be said to have been agile in their changes — Microsoft’s nose, and indeed hands, still bloody from the Nokia acquisition — it would appear that both are now better equipped to face the new world of IT. Does your company... Read more
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Ars Technica
Microsoft cuts 3,000 jobs in smartphone division, salesas its Windows and devices veep Terry Myerson insisted: "we're scaling back, bu
Microsoft cuts 3,000 jobs in smartphone division, sales
Ars Technica / Posted 5 hours ago
as its Windows and devices veep Terry Myerson insisted: "we're scaling back, but we're not out!" Microsoft bought Nokia's devices and services business in 2013 for €5.4 billion ($7.1 billion), bringing with it what would quickly unravel... Read more
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The Register
Microsoft buries the bad Phone NewsMicrosoft has revealed how badly its Windows phone business has crashed via an
Microsoft buries the bad Phone News
The Register / Posted 6 hours ago
Microsoft has revealed how badly its Windows phone business has crashed via an SEC Filing. Nokia was shipping 7.3 million Lumias per quarter when the deal to acquire its phone unit was announced in September 2013. Nokia was shipping over 90 per cent... Read more
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CNET
Microsoft job cuts hit 2,850 more positionshardware business. At that time, Microsoft officials said the company would tak
Microsoft job cuts hit 2,850 more positions
CNET / Posted 6 hours ago
hardware business. At that time, Microsoft officials said the company would take a $7.6 billion write-down related to its Nokia acquisition, plus a restructuring charge of between $750 million and $850 million. Microsoft planned to complete the... Read more
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ITBusiness.ca
Microsoft plans further retreat from mobile market, layoff 2,850 stafffiled with the U.S. Security Exchange Commission details how Microsoft laid off
Microsoft plans further retreat from mobile market, layoff 2,850 staff
ITBusiness.ca / Posted 6 hours ago
filed with the U.S. Security Exchange Commission details how Microsoft laid off 1,850 positions – mostly from within the Nokia business that it acquired in 2013 for $5.3 billion – but there are more to come. “In addition to the elimination of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Vivek Badrinath Quits Nokia After Being Appointed CEO for Vodafone's Amea RegionVivek Badrinath has stepped down from the Nokia Board of Directors effective im
Vivek Badrinath Quits Nokia After Being Appointed CEO for Vodafone's Amea Region
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 hours ago
Vivek Badrinath has stepped down from the Nokia Board of Directors effective immediately due to his appointment as Chief Executive for Vodafone's Africa, Middle East and Asia-Pacific region. This announcement was made today by Nokia via their... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Microsoft will cut 2,850 more jobs by the end of the yearsales. The cuts are more fallout from Microsoft’s decision to downsize its sma
Microsoft will cut 2,850 more jobs by the end of the year
techcentral.ie / Posted 9 hours ago
sales. The cuts are more fallout from Microsoft’s decision to downsize its smartphone business, which it acquired from Nokia in 2015. Putting that acquisition in motion was one of the last things that former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer did... Read more
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International Business Times
Facebook reveals designs of its Surround 360 video camera for commercial purposes might have to spend thousands of dollars. For instance,
Facebook reveals designs of its Surround 360 video camera
International Business Times / Posted 9 hours ago
for commercial purposes might have to spend thousands of dollars. For instance, $60,000 will have to be shelled out for a Nokia Ozo, whereas Surround 360 can easily be assembled and the creator can tweak it according to his needs. With the design... Read more
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Market Watch
Nokia board member Badrinath to go, join VodafoneFinnish telecom-equipment maker Nokia on Friday said one of its board of direct
Nokia board member Badrinath to go, join Vodafone
Market Watch / Posted 10 hours ago
Finnish telecom-equipment maker Nokia on Friday said one of its board of directors would step down after taking on a job at British telecom provider Vodafone Group. Nokia said Vivek Badrinath would resign from the board with immediate effect... Read more
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Calcutta News
Microsoft cuts additional 2,850 jobsmarket compared to the Apple’s 15 percent and Android’s 84 percent. As of now,
Microsoft cuts additional 2,850 jobs
Calcutta News / Posted 11 hours ago
market compared to the Apple’s 15 percent and Android’s 84 percent. As of now, the company has let go most of the Nokia mobile phone business it had acquired two years ago in April 2014. The numbers quoted in May also included people... Read more
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International Business Times
Microsoft to cut another 2,850 jobs in smartphone business and sales Satya Nadella announced 7,800 cuts globally. The company wrote down an impairme
Microsoft to cut another 2,850 jobs in smartphone business and sales
International Business Times / Posted 13 hours ago
Satya Nadella announced 7,800 cuts globally. The company wrote down an impairment charge of $7.6bn (£5.8bn) related to its Nokia Devices and Services business, in addition to a restructuring charge of $750m to $850m. Nokia has, meanwhile,... Read more
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The Hindu
Microsoft to cut addtional jobs in smartphone sectorJune, Microsoft had announced it will cut 7,400 jobs from the smartphone busine
Microsoft to cut addtional jobs in smartphone sector
The Hindu / Posted 13 hours ago
June, Microsoft had announced it will cut 7,400 jobs from the smartphone business unit. Hurt by a failed $7.6 billion Nokia experiment amid growing losses in the smartphone hardware business segment, Microsoft has announced to lay off an... Read more
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New Kerala
Microsoft to cut additional 2,850 jobs from smartphone sector - newkerala.com #97291New York, July 29 : Hurt by a failed $7.6 billion Nokia experiment amid growing
Microsoft to cut additional 2,850 jobs from smartphone sector - newkerala.com #97291
New Kerala / Posted 15 hours ago
New York, July 29 : Hurt by a failed $7.6 billion Nokia experiment amid growing losses in the smartphone hardware business segment, Microsoft has announced to lay off an additional 2,850 workers to the previously 1,850 jobs it said it would cut. In... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
HERE Maps rebrands as HERE WeGo, adds new route planning featuresmore consumer-oriented model. It comes after the app was acquired just under a
HERE Maps rebrands as HERE WeGo, adds new route planning features
SiliconANGLE / Posted 15 hours ago
more consumer-oriented model. It comes after the app was acquired just under a year ago from its original owner and creator Nokia Oyj by a consortium of German car makers, including Audi AG, BMW AG and Mercedes’ parent company Daimler AG. Along... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Microsoft slashing another 2,850 jobs in phone business: reporta $950 million restructuring charge as a result of its decision to scrap much o
Microsoft slashing another 2,850 jobs in phone business: report
OregonLive.com / Posted 16 hours ago
a $950 million restructuring charge as a result of its decision to scrap much of the phone hardware business it bought from Nokia in 2014. As of the end of June, the company said it employed 114,000 people with about 44,400 in Washington state. --... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Microsoft further trims smartphone division jobsjobs from its smartphone hardware and global sales divisions by shedding an add
Microsoft further trims smartphone division jobs
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 16 hours ago
jobs from its smartphone hardware and global sales divisions by shedding an additional 2,850 positions, the company said. Nokia was the world's leading mobile phone maker from 1998 until 2011 when it bet on Microsoft's Windows mobile platform... Read more
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TheBull
Microsoft further trims smartphone division jobsin units sold and associated expenses in fiscal year 2016, and this trend is ex
Microsoft further trims smartphone division jobs
TheBull / Posted 16 hours ago
in units sold and associated expenses in fiscal year 2016, and this trend is expected to continue in fiscal year 2017." Nokia was the world's leading mobile phone maker from 1998 until 2011 when it bet on Microsoft's Windows mobile platform... Read more
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The Economic Times
Microsoft further trims smartphone division jobsassociated expenses in fiscal year 2016, and this trend is expected to continue
Microsoft further trims smartphone division jobs
The Economic Times / Posted 16 hours ago
associated expenses in fiscal year 2016, and this trend is expected to continue in fiscal year 2017." Microsoft purchased Nokia in 2013 in a bid to get a leg up in mobile. Nokia was the world's leading mobile phone maker from 1998 until 2011 when... Read more
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USA Today
Microsoft lays off another 2,850 in phones, salesthe company's smartphone hardware business. Microsoft's bid to get into the han
Microsoft lays off another 2,850 in phones, sales
USA Today / Posted 18 hours ago
the company's smartphone hardware business. Microsoft's bid to get into the handset business by paying $7.6 billion for Nokia was an expensive failure. Last May, Microsoft announced it was selling its phone business to Finnish company HMD and... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Microsoft plans to lay off 2,850 people in next yeara $950 million restructuring charge as a result of its decision to scrap much o
Microsoft plans to lay off 2,850 people in next year
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 18 hours ago
a $950 million restructuring charge as a result of its decision to scrap much of the phone hardware business it bought from Nokia in 2014. As of the end of June, the company said it employed 114,000 people with about 44,400 in Washington... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Microsoft plans to lay off 2,850 people in next year, company’s annual report showstake a $950 million restructuring charge as a result of its decision to scrap m
Microsoft plans to lay off 2,850 people in next year, company’s annual report shows
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 18 hours ago
take a $950 million restructuring charge as a result of its decision to scrap much of the phone hardware business it bought from Nokia in 2014. As of the end of June, the company said it employed 114,000 people with about 44,400 in Washington st... Read more
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The Columbian
Microsoft plans to lay off 2,850 people in next yearand take a $950 million restructuring charge as a result of its decision to scr
Microsoft plans to lay off 2,850 people in next year
The Columbian / Posted 19 hours ago
and take a $950 million restructuring charge as a result of its decision to scrap much of the phone hardware business it bought from Nokia in 2014. As of the end of June, the company said it employed 114,000 people with about 44,400 in Washi... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Microsoft says it’s planning to lay off 2,850 by end of fiscal year$950 million restructuring charge, as a result of its decision to scrap much of
Microsoft says it’s planning to lay off 2,850 by end of fiscal year
The Seattle Times / Posted 20 hours ago
$950 million restructuring charge, as a result of its decision to scrap much of the phone hardware business it bought from Nokia in 2014. The bulk of that round of layoffs, about 1,350, would be centered in Finland, Nokia’s home base, Microsoft... Read more
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Reuters
Microsoft to cut 2,850 more jobsit would cut 1,850 jobs in its smartphone business, most of them in Finland. M
Microsoft to cut 2,850 more jobs
Reuters / Posted 20 hours ago
it would cut 1,850 jobs in its smartphone business, most of them in Finland. Microsoft bought Finland-based handset maker Nokia in 2014 in an ill-fated attempt to take on market leaders Apple Inc (AAPL.O) and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Microsoft to cut 2,850 more jobsit would cut 1,850 jobs in its smartphone business, most of them in Finland. M
Microsoft to cut 2,850 more jobs
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 20 hours ago
it would cut 1,850 jobs in its smartphone business, most of them in Finland. Microsoft bought Finland-based handset maker Nokia in 2014 in an ill-fated attempt to take on market leaders Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd . Chief Executive... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Microsoft to cut 2,850 more jobsit would cut 1,850 jobs in its smartphone business, most of them in Finland. M
Microsoft to cut 2,850 more jobs
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
it would cut 1,850 jobs in its smartphone business, most of them in Finland. Microsoft bought Finland-based handset maker Nokia in 2014 in an ill-fated attempt to take on market leaders Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. Chief executive... Read more
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Reuters
Microsoft to cut 2,850 more jobsit would cut 1,850 jobs in its smartphone business, most of them in Finland. M
Microsoft to cut 2,850 more jobs
Reuters / Posted 21 hours ago
it would cut 1,850 jobs in its smartphone business, most of them in Finland. Microsoft bought Finland-based handset maker Nokia in 2014 in an ill-fated attempt to take on market leaders Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. Chief Executive... Read more
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Business Insider
Microsoft is laying off another 2,850 people in the next 12 monthswere mainly from Microsoft's struggling smartphone business, including 1,350 em
Microsoft is laying off another 2,850 people in the next 12 months
Business Insider / Posted 22 hours ago
were mainly from Microsoft's struggling smartphone business, including 1,350 employees in Finland working at what was once Nokia world headquarters. These layoffs also included people in Microsoft's salesforce, which was recently reorganized and... Read more
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Market Watch
Apple, it’s time to license the operating system and undo the mistake of 30 years agois yes; it can be made to. Hackers have been demonstrating this for years. One
Apple, it’s time to license the operating system and undo the mistake of 30 years ago
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
is yes; it can be made to. Hackers have been demonstrating this for years. One ported key parts of the iOS core to the Nokia N900 in 2013. I have myself installed an older version of Mac OS X on a Dell desktop and been able to dual boot between... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
Facebook's OpenCellular Offers DIY Wireless Access for Remote Regionscosts and low-density, high coverage solutions like "digital white spaces" are
Facebook's OpenCellular Offers DIY Wireless Access for Remote Regions
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted yesterday
costs and low-density, high coverage solutions like "digital white spaces" are better." One in a Long Line "Ericsson and Nokia both have portable mini-base stations -- a network in a backpack, if you like," observed Joe Hoffman, a practice... Read more
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Evening Standard
Rosamund Urwin: Why do women need to be more perfect than men?of my early adolescence were spent on the parental landline, speaking to friend
Rosamund Urwin: Why do women need to be more perfect than men?
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
of my early adolescence were spent on the parental landline, speaking to friends I’d spent all day with. My first mobile, a Nokia 3210, didn’t even have a camera, let alone email. We need to help the young recover from their telephonophobia. The... Read more
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Herald Sun
Was another Bourne movie necessary?some), then we should, at the very least, all be putting tape over the webcams
Was another Bourne movie necessary?
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
some), then we should, at the very least, all be putting tape over the webcams on our laptops and switching back to our old Nokia bricks. It’s this kind of abuse of power and the technological might of our governmental overlords that Jason Bourne... Read more
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News.com.au
Jason Bourne is a return to heart-pounding actionsome), then we should, at the very least, all be putting tape over the webcams
Jason Bourne is a return to heart-pounding action
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
some), then we should, at the very least, all be putting tape over the webcams on our laptops and switching back to our old Nokia bricks. It’s this kind of abuse of power and the technological might of our governmental overlords that Jason Bourne... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Was another Bourne movie necessary?some), then we should, at the very least, all be putting tape over the webcams
Was another Bourne movie necessary?
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
some), then we should, at the very least, all be putting tape over the webcams on our laptops and switching back to our old Nokia bricks. It’s this kind of abuse of power and the technological might of our governmental overlords that Jason Bourne... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Microsoft makes Windows 10 hardware change for PC securityQualcomm's latest Snapdragon 820 processor -- already has TPM 2.0. The feature
Microsoft makes Windows 10 hardware change for PC security
Computer World Australia / Posted yesterday
Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 820 processor -- already has TPM 2.0. The feature isn't listed in Acer's Liquid Jade Primo or Nokia Lumia models, which have older components. Microsoft has been trying to drive hardware and software changes in PCs,... Read more
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