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Apple has signed a deal to bring its iPhone to China Mobile

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...this year, Tim Cook said he expected China to replace North America as Apple’s largest source of revenue. The iPhone is the firm’s most important product in terms of earnings power. China two other major phone carriers, China Unicom and China Telecom, already offer iPhones to their subscribers. Apple has signed a deal to bring its iPhone to China Mobile China is the world’s big...

Malala Yousafzai's book has been banned from private schools across Pakistan

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Malala Yousafzai’s book has been banned from private schools across Pakistan, education officials said on Sunday. The Pakistani officials claim the teenage activist’s book doesn’t show enough respect for Islam and called her a tool of the West. Malala Yousafzai attracted global attention last year when the Taliban shot her in the head in northwest Pakistan for criticizing the group...

NTSB made the radical recommendation following a deadly highway pileup in Missouri last year when a 19-year-old pickup driver sent or received 11 texts in the 11 minutes immediately before the crash which killed him and a 15-year-old student

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American transportation safety regulators want to ban the use of mobile devices while driving, going so far as to say they should never be used in cars unless in case of emergency. The National Transportation Board said Tuesday that states should ban all driver use of cell phones and other portable electronic devices, even including hands-free devices. NTSB made the radical recommendation followi...

The first ever SMS was sent on December 3rd, 1992

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...as also less popular than texting among this younger age group, with only 67% saying they make daily phone calls. The findings come as the SMS celebrates its 20th birthday today. The first ever SMS was sent on December 3rd, 1992, when Neil Papworth, a 22-year-old British engineer used his computer to send the message “Merry Christmas” to an Orbitel 901 mobile phone. But the origins of the idea dat...

Apple's legal motion to have some Samsung mobile phones banned in the US will now be heard in court on December 6th

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...now says that a hearing will take place on 6 December. Shares in Samsung rose 3% on Tuesday on news of the delay of the hearing. Apple's legal motion to have some Samsung mobile phones banned in the US will now be heard in court on December 6th The South Korean firm had $12 billion wiped off its market value on Monday as its shares suffered their biggest drop since October 2008. Apple wants...

Microsoft has unveiled Windows Phone 8, the next version of its smartphone operating system

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Microsoft has unveiled Windows Phone 8, the next version of its smartphone operating system. Windows Phone 8 shares much of its code with the firm’s PC system, making it easier for developers to write programs for different types of devices. The company said it should mean there would be some “amazing games” for handsets running its new release. A tie-up with Nokia has already b...

Everything we think we know about making our smartphone batteries last longer could be wrong

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...; the extreme allowable temperature is (–40C) to 50C. Erci Limer adds that at an average temperature of 32F, a lithium-ion battery will lose 6% of its maximum capacity per year. “At 77 degrees that number jumps to 20 percent, and at 104 degrees it’s a whopping 35.” According to semiconductor company Qualcomm, mobile phones can be put in a freezer to cool them down. It has also created a fre...

Ali Haider Gilani, a candidate for the Pakistan Peoples' Party, was seized in the central city of Multan

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Ali Haider Gilani, the son of Pakistan’s former PM Yousuf Raza Gilani, has been kidnapped by unidentified gunmen during an election rally, his father says. According to the former prime minister, his son, Ali Haider Gilani – a candidate for the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) – was seized in the central city of Multan. Yousuf Raza Gilani accused his political opponents of be...

India and Pakistan have exchanged fire across the Line of Control in the disputed Kashmir region

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India and Pakistan have exchanged fire across the Line of Control in the disputed Kashmir region. Pakistan said Indian troops had raided a military post in the Haji Pir sector of Pakistani-administered Kashmir, killing a soldier and injuring another. An Indian army spokesman said Pakistan had “initiated unprovoked firing” at Indian military posts. Kashmir is claimed by both nations in...

India says one of two soldiers killed in an alleged cross-border attack by Pakistan troops in the disputed territory of Kashmir was beheaded

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India says one of two soldiers killed in an alleged cross-border attack by Pakistan troops in the disputed territory of Kashmir was beheaded. Pakistan has rejected accusations that it killed any Indian soldiers or fired across the Line of Control (LoC) which divides Kashmir. India called the attack “barbaric” and summoned Pakistan’s top envoy in Delhi over the incident. Claimed...

Facebook shares jumped by more than 25 percent after it beat profit forecasts with stronger than expected mobile ad sales

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...Ebersman, 20 billion minutes a day were spent on Facebook in June. “This quarter marks the end of our first year as a public company and I think we’ve created a good foundation for the future,” said Mark Zuckerberg on a call to discuss the earnings. Facebook made $655.6 million from mobile ads between April and June – more than 41% of the $1.6 billion in overall advertising...

IM World 2013

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2013 Internet & Mobile World  (IMWorld 2013) participants,  the biggest “business to business”event,  dedicated to Romanian digital solutions, mobile and software, to be held Wednesday and Thursday at Romexpo, will receive a free consultation, own “Black Friday”, access to specially designed for networking software, as well as specialized training discounts.  “Internet...

North Korean mobile phone provider Koryolink is planning to launch a 3G data service for foreign visitors and residents from abroad

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North Korean mobile phone provider Koryolink is planning to launch a 3G data service for foreign visitors and residents from abroad. Egyptian telecoms firm Orascom, which is a partner in Koryolink, estimates that more than 1 million North Koreans use mobile phones. They will not be able to use the new service, according to reports. Orascom launched a 3G phone network inside North Korea in 2008, b...

Barack Obama is planning to ask Congress to end bulk collection of US phone records by the NSA

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President Barack Obama is planning to ask Congress to end bulk collection of US phone records by the National Security Agency (NSA). NSA senior officials told the New York Times the agency would “end its systematic collection of data about Americans’ calling habits”. Phone records would instead remain with telecoms companies, only to be accessed by government when needed. It fol...

Long queues of women waiting to vote in Pakistan

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Pakistan votes in landmark national and provincial elections. The vote marks Pakistan’s first transition from one civilian government to another in its 66-year history. However, the run-up to the election has been marred by violence in which more than 100 people have been killed. A bomb blast in the port city of Karachi on Saturday morning left 10 people dead and 32 others wounded, a hospit...

Pakistan has summoned the US ambassador to protest over Friday's drone strike that killed Hakimullah Mehsud

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Pakistan’s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has said the death of Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud has destroyed the country’s nascent peace process. “This is not just the killing of one person, it’s the death of all peace efforts,” Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said. Pakistan has summoned the US ambassador to protest over Friday’s drone strike that killed H...

Deaths drom heart pills in Punjab, Pakistan

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...Simvastatin), Concort (Amlodipine) and Soloprin (Aspirin). On or more drugs caused a rapid depletion of bone marrow, with a dramatic decrease in white cells and platelets counts that led to bleeding and death, Dr Javed Ikram of the Allama Iqbal Medical College told BBC.   Over 36 people have died from taking contaminated heart medicines in Punjab, Pakistan.   The presence of some bits of...

Rehman Malik, Pakistan's interior minister, says he will restore access to video-sharing website YouTube in the coming hours, months after it was blocked

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...ries including India, Libya and Egypt, where the protests started. There has been much discontent in Pakistan with the ban, which has also affected Android mobile phone services run by Google. However, it is unclear whether Pakistanis will have unfettered access to YouTube when the site is unblocked. Rehman Malik also tweeted: “PTA [Pakistan Telecommunication Authority] is finalizing negotia...

Samsung announces it has developed technology that could sit at the core of 5G

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Samsung announces it has developed technology that could sit “at the core of 5G” – the successor to the 4G mobile-communications standard. The Korean company says its equipment is capable of transmitting data at more than 1  Gbps across a distance of up to 2 km (1.2 miles). It suggests the tech would eventually allow users to stream ultra-high-definition video while on the move....

Samsung Electronics has overtaken Nokia to become the world's largest maker of mobile phones

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...trategy Analytics, Samsung Electronics has overtaken Nokia to become the world’s largest maker of mobile phones. Nokia took the top spot in 1998 from Motorola, but in the first quarter of 2012 Samsung shipped 93 million phones compared to almost 83 million by Nokia. Samsung also reported its highest quarterly profit since 2008. Net profit was 5.05 trillion won ($4.5 billion) in the quarter e...

Barack Obama delivered a passionate defense of NSA programs that secretly acquire information about Americans' phone calls

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President Barack Obama delivered a passionate defense on Friday of National Security Agency (NSA) programs that secretly acquire information about Americans’ phone calls, saying criticism of them is all “hype”. “My assessment and my team’s assessment was that [the programs] help us prevent terrorist attacks and that the modest encroachments on privacy that are involved in getting phon...

James Clapper, director of US National Intelligence, has strongly defended government surveillance programmes after revelations of phone records being collected and internet servers being tapped

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James Clapper, director of US National Intelligence, has strongly defended government surveillance programmes after revelations of phone records being collected and internet servers being tapped. Lt. Gen. James R. Clapper said disclosure of a secret court document on phone record collection threatened “irreversible harm”. Revelations of an alleged programme to tap into servers of nine...

The Obama administration has released documents on its phone-snooping

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...owledged publicly that using what it calls “hop analysis” it can analyze the phone calls of millions of Americans in the hunt for just one suspect. NSA analysts could use the records of everyone a suspect calls, and the contacts of those records, as well as everyone who contacts the contacts of contacts of the initial suspect. The Obama administration has released documents on its pho...

Pakistan Taliban commander Latif Mehsud has been captured by US forces in a military operation,

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Pakistan Taliban commander Latif Mehsud has been captured by US forces in a military operation, the state department has confirmed. Spokeswoman Marie Harf described Latif Mehsud as a “terrorist leader” and a “senior commander” in the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. Marie Harf gave no details of the operation. She said he was a close confidante of the group’s leader, Haki...

At least 15 people have been killed during violent anti-film protests which erupted on the streets of Pakistani main cities

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At least 15 people have been killed during violent protests which erupted on the streets of Pakistan’s main cities in anger at anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims made in the US. Ten people were killed in the port city of Karachi and a further five died in the north-western city of Peshawar, hospital officials said. Protesters also breached the diplomatic enclave in the capital, Islamabad,...