Huawei establishes cyber security center in Britain

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Huawei Technologies, China’s top telecommunications equipment maker has established a security center in Britain to allow its products and software to be examined and tested. Huawei, which has seen its plans for global expansion crimped by national security concerns among foreign governments, hopes that its Cyber Security Evaluation Center, opened last month in Britain’s Banbury, will calm those fears. According …

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Mobile phone costing less than a piece of cake (Britain)

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Carphone Warehouse, a Mobile phone retailer is introducing the ultimate off the cuff accessory – the 99-pence mobile phone. The phone is available in a range of colors and is a perfect gift for the hard-up shopper. The retail chain claims the OT-209, made by French firm Alcatel, is the cheapest pay-as-you-go phone ever to be sold in Britain. As …

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BBC to finance super-fast broadband in Rural areas

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The BBC license fee over the next seven years has complied up to £830 million to help finance the expensive task of building superfast broadband networks in rural areas. George Osborne, chancellor, announced in his complete spending review the location of four pilot projects that ministers hope will serve as models for how the public and private sectors should collaborate …

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Apple takes legal battle against Nokia to UK

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Apple has stretched its continuing legal battle against Nokia over patent claims, by launching legal action in the UK as well as the existing lawsuits in the USA. Apple has sued Nokia in Britain, extending the two technology giants’ legal battle over patents beyond US borders. According to Nokia spokesman Mark Durrant, the company is investigating the claims, which appear …

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Everything Everywhere sales, profit falls

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Everything Everywhere Ltd., the U.K.’s biggest mobile operator,a joint venture of France Telecom and Deutsche Telekom AG, revealed its second-quarter sales and operating profit fell as regulators cut the fees it charges rival carriers. The company’s customer base rose 3.4% to 27.9 million in the second quarter, strengthening its position as Britain’s largest mobile operator ahead of Telefonica’s O2, Vodafone, …

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