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Wholesale mobile roaming revenues will reach $41 billion

Mobile roaming enables customers of one mobile provider to use the network of another when the subscriber’s ‘home network’ is unavailable. As a result, network operators acquired agility in releasing new mobile communication services. Over the next five years, mobile network operators must ensure they …

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RWE’s 151MW Peyton Creek wind farm in US begins operations

RWE Renewables has commenced commercial operations for its US-based 151MW Peyton Creek onshore wind farm. Located in Texas’s Matagorda County, the Peyton Creek wind farm is equipped with 48 Nordex 3.15MW turbines. The project can produce electricity that will be sufficient to power more than …

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Waymo secures $2.25 billion in first extr investment

Waymo has announced that it has raised $2.25 billion (£1.75bn) in a fundraising round led by Silver Lake, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, and Mubadala Investment Company. It is Waymo’s first external investment that also included Magna, Andreessen Horowitz, and AutoNation, as well as parent …

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All You Need to know about Mobile App Testing

Dollars lost, slow adoption, high uninstall rate, and a growing barrage of bad reviews on the app store—these are some effects of a buggy app on your bottom-line. But these are only indicators. They won’t help you zero in on the specific causes of your …

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AMD vs. Intel Comparison

At the heart of your pursuit for a new or upgraded PC beats an important decision: Use an AMD or Intel CPU? Like MacOS versus Windows or Apex Legends versus Fortnite, the AMD vs. Intel rivalry is one of the greatest debates for PC enthusiasts. …

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Boeing lifts the lid on future attack reconnaissance helicopter

The helicopter, named after the program it was developed for, has been unveiled in detail after a secretive campaign by Boeing to replace the Bell OH-58 scout helicopter. Boeing is competing for the contract against Bell, Sikorsky, Karem and AVX/L3 for the contract. The US …

Surprise! WeChat is censoring messages about coronavirus in China

As the Chinese government responds to the coronavirus epidemic, it’s also worked to control what information on the virus is available. Since the beginning of January, WeChat — China’s most popular messaging platform — has been censoring keywords relating to the recent coronavirus outbreak. This …