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Criminals use SIM cards to commit offences and then throw them away, creating a security problem the country's communications association feels has to be addressed

India ready for mobile TV: Report

Potential market for service is estimated at $US360 million this year

Vista SP1 ‘debacle’ prompts TechNet revolt

A decision to delay the release-to-manufacturing version of the latest Windows Service Pack has users grumbling on Microsoft message boards and talking about postponed deployments

Belarus looks to adopt digital communication

The Belarusian Council of Ministers has reported results of telecom industry development and announced a development program for 2006-2010. In a five-year period the government plans to change analog communication equipment for digital.

Global DSL subscriptions up 40M in year, says survey

The number of people connecting to the Internet via a broadband DSL (digital subscriber line) connection jumped by almost 40 million in the twelve months to the end of September 2005, according to a survey conducted by the DSL Forum.

RSS to hit ‘multidirectional’ infoway

Microsoft Corp. is extending the popular RSS 2.0 Web syndication format to make it "multidirectional," allowing it to be used for synchronizing information such as contacts and calendar entries across different applications, the company said.

AOL to launch VOIP within a month

America Online Inc. (AOL) within a month will launch a VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) service in a bid to bring packet-based calling technology to the mass market, the top executive of the Internet service giant said Tuesday.

Local hotspot revenues expected to hit US$100K

Revenues generated from public wireless local area network (WLAN) services in the Philippines are expected to reach US$1,000 per hotspot by 2003, according to the latest figures released by market research firm IDC.

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