Monthly Archives: May 2011

Samsung tablets to use Google’s Android

A senior official for Samsung reported that the company will depend on Google’s Android mobile-device software to run future versions of its tablet computers. “We’ll continue to work with Android on future tablets,” JK Shin, head of the South Korean … Continue reading

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Ban of three year phone and broadband contracts.

Telecom providers in UK will not tie down consumers for 36 months any more. Ofcom, a regulator has banned three-year broadband and phone contracts, with providers now only able to offer maximum contracts of two years. They must also make … Continue reading

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Optimize your meetings with the conference call

Do you need to talk about a professional contract or make a decision with colleagues, clients or suppliers? Nothing could be easier than the conferencing service offered by Axiatel. The conference call is a service that works in an online … Continue reading

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Ebay to sue Google after alleged theft

Only moments after Google unveiled the Google Wallet Near Field Communication mobile payment service on Thursday, eBay and subsidiary PayPal filed a lawsuit alleging the project’s team lead stole trade secrets to create the service. Google showed off the new … Continue reading

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How a business can get Australian fax and switchboard number while in UK?

Relocation to a new country or just opening business in other countries is associated with many inconveniences and administrative hassles, especially if it is about getting local phone lines. But for Axiatel users, such problem just doesn’t exist. Axiatel is … Continue reading

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Wikipedia: Cultural Heritage of Humanity

The world’s first online encyclopedia wants to enter history in the UNESCO list. “We deserve this protection as the first digital platform for the exchange of information.” The online encyclopedia launched a call to rally support for the initiative. Their … Continue reading

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4G LTE trial: wireless or wired broadband?

As many know, the broadband over standard copper wires in distant location in UK just doesn’t work but physically laying fibre-optic cable is not economically viable option for telecom companies. To address this issue, BT is starting off a trial in September. 4G LTE … Continue reading

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