DoT considers asking Google, Skype for a decryption solution (India)

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The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) is considering to ask voice over internet protocol (VoIP) service providers like Google and Skype to devise a decryption solution of their services. The move, if implemented, will mean that the government will be able to track emails sent through Gmail as well as intercept voice calls made through Skype. In an internal meeting with …

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Sprint to launch integrated Google Voice services (USA)

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Google has inked a deal with Sprint Nextel to integrate its VoIP service, Google Voice with subscribers’ mobile phones. Now, Sprint customers will be able to use their existing Sprint mobile number as their Google Voice number and then, have it ring multiple other phones simultaneously. Calls from Gmail and text messages sent from Google Voice will also display a customer’s Sprint …

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MTN Nigeria, Samsung enter data bundle partnership

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MTN Nigeria has signed a strategic data bundle deal with Samsung Mobile. As per the agreement, a number of Samsung phones will be loaded with exclusive MTN bundle that offers special free downloads, voice/video calls and a free MTN SIM card. According to Samsung Handheld Director Fady Khatib, the phones involved in the bundle offer were equipped with Google Android …

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Gmail,Blackberry emails can not be tracked: DoT (India)

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India’s telecom regulator Department of Telecom (DoT) has revealed that Google’s Gmail and email services running on BlackBerry among 15 communication services cannot be tracked. It stated that the only option for this is to build capabilities of intelligence agencies to monitor and intercept these technologies. According to reports citing DoT, monitoring and interception in most countries is carried out …

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Motorola boasts Android-based Pro Smartphone

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­Motorola Mobility has boasted a new Android based smartphone- the Motorola Pro, which is optimized for business use. The Motorola PRO smartphone is powered by Android 2.2 features, a 1 GHz processor with 2 GB internal memory and an expandable external memory with SD card up to another 32 GB, as well as 3G mobile hotspot support for up to …

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