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Canada to ban mobile phones in class rooms

Next year, Canada will ban mobile phones in classrooms. However, it will allow teachers interested to use them as a part of the lessons. However, the ban is applicable only to government schools. LAst year the French Government banned mobile phones in school. Though the majority support and welcome the move, some believe that they ..

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BSNL launches a VOIP based phone service “WINGS”

The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has launched a VOIP based service “WINGS”. In WINGS, there is no SIM or cable wiring as is a VOIP service through an app. The WINGS service offers unlimited free audio/video calling for one year. The service can be activated with a one-time fee of Rs. 1,099 (Rs 1,297 ..

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4G network on moon

Vodafone plans to create the first 4G network on the moon to support a mission by PT Scientists . The company has appointed Nokia as its technology partner for the 4G network Vodafone testing indicates that the base station should be able to broadcast 4G using the 1800 MHz frequency band and send back the first ..

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IIT-Delhi installs India’s first 5G radio laboratory

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi has installed the Massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) technology lab at the Bharti School of Telecommunication Technology and Management campus, which is likely to reduce effects of exposure and radiation compared to the 3G/4G systems. This will be the first-of-its-kind 5G radio laboratory in India that will be inaugurated ..

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India is now second-largest mobile phone producer in world

India is now the second-largest mobile phone producer in the world after China, as per information shared by Indian Cellular Association (ICA) with the Government of India (GoI). ICA referred to data available from market research firm IHS, China’s National Bureau of Statistics and Vietnam General Statistics Office. According to the data shared by ICA, ..

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