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Ex-Microsoft employee charged for leaking copies of Windows 8 to a blogger
Bangalore: A former employee of Microsoft Corp is facing criminal charges after he allegedly passed trade secrets to a blogger in France, US court documents showed. Russian national Alex Kibkalo, a former Microsoft employee in Lebanon and Russia, admitted to Microsoft investigators that he provided confidential company documents and information to the blogger
Nokia brings out its 3 phones in the Asha ICE range
Nokia has expanded its highly successful range of Asha devices with the addition of three new phones known as the Nokia Asha ICE range; Asha 500, Asha 502 and Asha 503 which come encased in a glamorous and beautiful crystal layer. The devices feature a new unique innovation known as layered design, achieved using the ‘dual shot’ technique which is unique
Regional Conference on Harnessing cyber legislation opens
A four-day conference on harnessing cyber legislation in the West African sub-region is underway in Accra. The objective of the conference is to strengthen regional harmonization of laws on electronic commerce, ensure the implementation at the national level of regional legal frameworks on electronic transactions, cyber-crime and data protection, and to strengthen
Datsun GO launched in India, priced at Rs 3.12 lakh
FE Online | New Delhi | Updated: Mar 19 2014, 16:38 IST With an aim capture the A-segment market, Nissan Motor today launched Datsun GO small car in India, priced between Rs 3.12 lakh and Rs 3.70 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The entry-level car under the Datsun brand is aimed at the first-time car buyers. The Japanese carmaker is reviving the Datsun brand
Samsung Galaxy S5 to be Delayed?
A smartphone is announced, companies boast about all the amazing new features and then decide on a launch date. And then, after all is done, there’s suddenly production issues that crop up. Sometimes due to the design the making and assembling takes too long. Or sometimes the addition of a new feature sends launch plans down the drain as the phone is delayed
Samsung Galaxy S5 Release Date: Gold-Donned Version Exclusive To Vodafone In The UK, Specs Of Flagship Device Include 5.1" Full HD Display, 2GB RAM, Quad-Core CPU, 16MP Shooter
By Derek R. | March 17, 2014 11:00 PM EDT Samsung Galaxy S5 release date: The newly-announced Galaxy S5 will be available in four colors - black, white, blue and gold - but if you want to buy the gold edition, and you are going for a carrier version, then your only option in Vodafone. According to a report by GSM Arena, the UK carrier has gained exclusive
Owners of recalled General Motors' cars feel angry, vindicated
WASHINGTON: As details emerge about how General Motors dealt with faulty ignition switches in some of its models, car owners are increasingly angry after learning that the automaker knowingly allowed them to drive defective vehicles. Saturn Ion owner Nancy Bowman of Washington, Michigan, said she is outraged that GM allowed her to drive a "death trap"
New Samsung Galaxy Beam spotted at Tenaa
Samsungs Beam phones with built-in pico projectors never really caught on, but the company has another one in the works. The Samsung SM-G3858 builds on its predecessor while staying in the mid-range. The phone was certified by Tenaa, which is where the info comes from. The next Beam features a 4.66 LCD with only WVGA resolution and is powered by a quad-core
Airtel Ghana Schools Media On Data
Telecommunications giant Airtel Ghana has organized a one-day workshop on mobile data services for the Ghanaian media here in Accra. With mobile data services being touted as the new frontier after voice telephony, understanding the “Data” platform and what and how to maximize its use were the reasons for taking sections of the media through a knowledge
Who will benefit from SIM card re-registration?
Government has ordered mobile telecommunication companies operating in the country to re-register their Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) cards. The Minister of Communications, Dr Edward Boamah, who made this known, said the order was given to tackle fraudulent activities. According to him, fake identity cards had been identified three years after the completion