4G services, which provide mobile users with internet access up to 50 times faster than the current 3G network, will be launched in Shanghai next month when the China Mobile company begins large-scale trials. The fourth generation of mobile phone mobile communication technology standards orm 4G provides users with high-speed internet access on devices such as phones, data cards and MiFi ...
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In another cyber-attack Twitter and Financial Times (FT) website have reportedly been hacked. An online group called the Syrian Electronic Army supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had followed a phishing attack on Financial Times' mail accounts, Stuff.co.nz reports. According to the report, the hackers have taken control over Twitter account of a news organization where 200 million ...
Australian Test batsman David Warner may reportedly lose his place in the squad for the prestigious Ashes tour following his Twitter outburst. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Warner may now have to face a Cricket Australia code of behaviour hearing to explain why he should still be allowed on the upcoming Ashes series. Warner launched a blistering attack against two of the Australian ...
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Source: Reuters Sharing your feelings can lead to deeper relationships in the workplace, Facebook's chief operating officer says. Sheryl Sandberg admitted in an interview with India's Mint that she cries at work, adding women are not "one type of person Monday through Friday" and "then a different person in the nights and weekends". "I think we are all of ...
A youth from Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh was arrested on Sunday for creating a fake Facebook account of a female student and posting her morphed pictures, the police said.The youth, allegedly created a Facebook account of the girl and uploaded her morphed images along with obscene as well as false information, besides her contact number, the police said.The victim lodged a complaint with ...
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Minority shareholders in Clearwire say they will oppose the offer made by Sprint. Minority shareholders of Clearwire (Nasdaq: CLWR) likely will vote against a buyout offer from Sprint Nextel Corp. (NYSE: S) next week. Fox Business reported that they want to force Sprint, the nation's third largest wireless carrier, to sweeten its offer. Sprint owns slightly more than half of Clearwire and it ...
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Two spies have been hanged in Iran following a Revolutionary Court judgement.
Press TV has reported the spies, who worked for the US Central Intelligence Agency and the Israeli spy agency, the Mossad, were hanged at dawn on Sunday.
Sentenced to death by the Revolutionary Court, the men have been named as Mohammad Heidari, a Mossad agent and Kourosh Ahmadi, who was convicted of working for the CIA.
Heidari was prosecuted on the basis he had collected classified information about Iran, passing it on to the Israeli spy agency in the course of several meetings.
Heidari had allegedly received large sums of money from the Mossad.
Kourosh Ahmadi, was charged with contacting CIA agents to provide them with secret intelligence on Iran.
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