Electronics Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Bangladesh's top phone operator's revenue reaches $1.33 bnRead the original story

    Monday | Newkerala.com

    Dhaka, Feb 8 : Bangladesh's top cell phone operator Grameenphone on Monday reported a revenue of 104.8 billion taka for 2015 -- up two percent from the previous year. The company, which is listed on the Dhaka Stock Exchange, said subscription and traffic revenue grew by 2.4 percent along with 3.5 percent growth in device and other revenues, Xinhua reported.


  2. Tip-Top Tech: Highlights from the Consumer Technology Association's (CTA) Mark of Excellence AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | This Old House

    Sign up today for our FREE e-mail newsletters and get helpful tips and timely article links delivered to your e-mail inbox. You may select more than one.


  3. Mansfields Own DJ Flip Is Back In Business After DonationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WMFD-TV Mansfield

    Mansfield resident, Rhonda Sylvester, woke up to a nightmare last week after vandals stole her DJ equipment and painted racist graffiti on her car. Although, Sylvester, better known as Mansfield's DJ Flip, is back in business after the generosity of the Mansfield community.


  4. HRW slams 'threat to kill' BrotherhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Iol.co.za

    A handout picture made available by the Egyptian presidency shows Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi shaking jhands with Egypt' s new justice minister Ahmed al-Zind during his swearing in ceremony in Cairo on May 20, 2015. Zind, known for his anti-Islamist views, was sworn in nine days after his predecessor resigned over controversial comments about cleaners' sons being unsuitable as judges.


  5. Even in Italy, Christian Converts from Islam Live in Fear of ReprisalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Breitbart.com

    Recent reports suggest that over a thousand converts to Christianity from Islam currently live in Italy, but hide their conversions for fear of retaliation from the Muslim community against themselves and their families. A 55-year-old Egyptian chemical engineer who now works a waiter in a city of central Italy, was a fervent Muslim who converted to Christianity in Italy after the death of his mother and was baptized three years ago. 10 comments

  6. TiVo Announces Most Engaging Commercials and Moments From the Golden Year of the Big GameRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Market Wire

    From a variety of takes on patriotic messages, quirky humor, and a bit of the odd, commercials tended to lack the usual sizzle of the biggest TV event of the year. Unlike in recent years, TiVo's analysis did not find that a specific genre or theme dominated the big game, as the highly anticipated matchup on the field and halftime show surpassed any standout ad spots in terms of viewer engagement.


  7. Vision VR/AR Summit Opening Keynote and Awards Ceremony to Be Live StreamedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Market Wire

    Virtual and Augmented Reality are already capturing the imaginations of millions around the world. If you are passionate about creating games, films, ads, art, journalism and more with these cutting-edge technologies, then please join us at the Vision 2016 Virtual and Augmented Reality Summit .


  8. Speedier arrival for new LG super-thin OLED TVsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | USA Today

    ... the display -- its panel is one-tenth of an inch thick -- will be filled within 60 days. At the recent Consumer Electronics Show, LG had said the new OLED TV, would be available in the first half of the year. But the TV maker is hoping to take ...


  9. Scott Kelly hosts most exclusive Super Bowl party this side of the moonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Christian Science Monitor

    NASA astronaut Scott Kelly took the idea of 'bird's-eye view' to another level, catching Super Bowl 50 live from 250 miles above Earth. Astronaut Scott Kelly tries on his spacesuit inside the US Quest airlock of the International Space Station, in a photo provided by NASA and posted on Twitter on Oct. 26. Mr. Kelly hosted a Super Bowl party for one on the International Space Station on Sunday.


  10. Monday, Feb. 8 events at 2016 Great Big Home and Garden Show at I-X CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Cleveland.com

    Xtend Technologies Hi-Tech Entertainment Home shows off the latest in home entertainment at the Great Big Home and Garden Show. The Great Big Home and Garden Show includes three model homes -- a ranch Idea Home, an urban farmhouse and the Xtend Technologies Hi-Tech Entertainment Home.


  11. Etisalat sues MTN over use of frequency in NigeriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Reuters

    Feb 8 Etisalat Nigeria has filed a court case against rival MTN over the use of a new frequency band which MTN acquired when it bought internet provider Visafone, it said on Monday. South Africa's MTN bought the privately held Nigerian firm Visafone last month to improve its broadband services in its biggest market, giving it access to the use of 800 MHz frequency band on CDMA technology.


  12. VivaCell-MTS promotes online use of Armenian lettersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PanArmenian Network

    PanARMENIAN.Net - February 7 has been declared the Day of using Armenian letters on the Internet. The initiative aims to prevent the loss of Armenian writing in the age of electronic communication.


  13. Zero-Rating, ExplainedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Slate Magazine

    You may have only just wrapped your head around the term net neutrality , but there's a new Internet policy buzzword in town: zero-rating . India's main telecommunications authority has banned the practice while U.S. regulators are puzzling over a crop of programs like T-Mobile's Binge On; zero-rating has morphed from an obscure pricing scheme limited to the so-called developing world to a frontline debate in Internet policy.


  14. Notes from New Hampshire, Day 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    Super Bowl Sunday in the Granite State was not only a day for football, but also an opportunity for voters from this state to get out and sample the candidates for President, as Republicans tried to digest Saturday night's debate showdown between Marco Rubio and Chris Christie and its impact on the GOP race. "When the lights go on, I told you he wouldn't be ready," Christie told a morning town hall meeting in Hampton, New Hampshire, which like almost every other event in the state, was filled to capacity.


  15. Lg's 2016 Flagship Oled TV Now Available For Presale At Select Retailers NationwideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | DVDCreation Reviews

    /PRNewswire/ --On the heels of LG Electronics' first-ever Super Bowl commercial featuring the brand new LG SIGNATURE OLED TV LG today announced pricing for its 2016 flagship OLED TV model and offered eager consumers a chance to be among the first to ...


  16. Phones With 7-Day Battery Life Seen by Fuel-Cell MakerRead the original story

    Monday | The Washington Post

    ... the current dilemma of battery life," Julian Hughes, acting managing director for Intelligent Energy's Consumer Electronics division, said in a statement. "With consumers demanding more and more from their phones, battery innovation has not kept ...


  17. Can a $7 accessory really replace your bulky camera?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Boy Genius

    Carrying around a dedicated camera can provide you with great quality photos, but they can also be bulky, get in your way and you can even damage them. So get a cheap clip-on lens for your cell phone and still get high quality photos.


  18. mscripts and McKesson Partnership Provides Mobile Coupons to Patients via their Trusted PharmacistRead the original story

    Monday | Freshnews

    Unlike current in-market mobile coupon messaging that is delivered directly from the pharmaceutical manufacturer, this new-to-market solution allows patients to receive digital coupons via two way text or mobile app directly from their pharmacy at key moments in their treatment journey to drive significant improvements in adherence and patient engagement. The solution connects mscripts' network of more than 6,000 pharmacies with MPRS' savings and adherence programs currently supporting more than 500 unique branded medications.


  19. Happy Anniversary, '96 Telecom ActRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Hill

    Today, Americans should take a break from our daily digital immersion to celebrate the enactment of Telecommunications Act of 1996. With its twin pillars of competition and deregulation, this groundbreaking law set the stage for the thriving broadband Internet economy we take for granted today.


  20. Beyond the Login: Web Behavior Analytics Helps Retailers Stop FraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Speaking of Security

    In a world of scammers, fraudsters and bad actors, there are two immutable rules thoroughly entrenched in the consciousness of IT professionals trying to stop them. Rule 1: If there is something to monetize, cybercriminals will find it.