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TIM has awarded the first tender for last-mile fibre-optic cabling for its new FiberCorp unit to a quintet of domestic suppliers.
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There are two options and both come with 42 capsules to get you started.
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The US$4,200 car that’s shaking up China’s new energy vehicle market, and a newly backed Indian startup that’s helping small merchants go digital.
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The schemes will be available till the end of November 2020 and can be redeemed on the entire new BS-VI range of cars and SUVs along with the company's EV range, Tata Motors said in a statement.
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Apple just announced another virtual event, happening Oct. 13. And there are still a few products we're waiting to see.
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NASA spacecraft OSIRIS-REx is currently gearing up to begin its sample return mission. Recently, scientists on the mission presented new findings on asteroid Bennu’s surface material, geological characteristics, and dynamic history. Researchers have noted they suspect the sample delivered back to earth from the asteroid could be unlike anything we have in the meteorite collection on Earth. The discoveries the … Continue reading
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AT&T is still one of the largest Internet providers in America, and it recently announced it was discontinuing its oldest broadband technology. On October 1, AT&T stopped selling DSL connections leaving some existing subscribers on the low-speed service and new residents of areas only covered by DSL without broadband access. An AT&T statement confirmed that it was beginning to phase … Continue reading
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The change comes months after Disney+ offered 4K HDR versions of the same films.
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Boris Johnson’s top choice to be chairman of the BBC has ruled himself out of the role, according to reports.Lord Charles Moore had been asked by the prime minister to take up the post as the successor to Sir David Clementi when he stands down as chairman of the BBC board in February.His appointment – if it had gone through – would have been controversial; Moore has previously been a longstanding vocal critic of the BBC and was in 2010 fined for not paying the licence fee. He has also previously come under criticism for his comments on race and same-sex marriage.But the Sunday Times reported he had decided against even applying “for personal reasons”.It had been said that the former editor of the Daily Telegraph and biographer of Margaret Thatcher was “virtually a done deal” after six weeks of wrangling over pay and conditions.The paper added that the BBC would have been forced to inflate the salary to at least £280,000 to attract him to the role. The current BBC chairman, Sir David Clementi, is paid £100,000 a year.Moore has previously written that the BBC could not carry on before and must “decolonise”. He received backing from Michael Gove, who told the Mail on Sunday: “Charles Moore is one of the most brilliant writers, journalists and thinkers in Britain today.“Anyone who knows him knows he is open-minded, fair-minded, passionate about this country’s success.“The BBC is an amazing institution and Charles is someone who would bring a properly Reithian approach to it. He would want to make the BBC succeed.”A formal recruitment process to find a new chairman has yet to be launched, but a job advertisement is expected to be issued shortly.Other potential candidates for the role are the former culture secretary, Baroness Morgan of Cotes, and the former home secretary, Amber Rudd, the Sunday Times has previously reported.Paul Dacre, the former editor of the Daily Mail and another fierce critic of the BBC, remains Johnson’s choice to become chairman of Ofcom.Critics have raised concerns that such a move would threaten the broadcasting regulator’s reputation for fairness and independence.Gove said: “Paul Dacre is probably the single most successful newspaper editor of the past three or four decades and he is someone who has defied expectations in the campaigns that he’s run on the environment and to pursue the killers of Stephen Lawrence.“Because both men are right of centre, and because both of them – like 52% of the people in this country – thought we should leave the European Union, they have been painted in primary colours as somehow demon kings. That is just not true.”Downing Street declined to comment on speculation. around the recruitment process.A government spokesperson said: “We will launch the application process for the new chair of the BBC shortly. It is an open recruitment process and all public appointments are subject to a robust and fair selection criteria.”Related... Cineworld To Close All UK, US And Ireland Cinemas After Delay Of New James Bond Film 'Suspicion' Of 'Political Interference' Over Local Lockdowns, Says Labour Boris Johnson Wants You To Live 'Fearlessly' But 'With Common Sense' Amid Covid
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TLDR: The Essential Growth Hacker Bundle gives entrepreneurs the tools to understand and launch an effective digital marketing strategy. Now that we’ve spent the past two decades working out how digital marketing fits in a new business’ overall sales and engagement strategy, we’ve slowly taken our next step through the looking glass into the next stage of online business development: growth hacking. In case you’re new to the term, it’s exactly like it sounds. It’s a short-term game plan focused on some core digital marketing tenets to boost brand awareness, cultivate potential customers and create excitement around a product or… This story continues at The Next Web
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NASA is back with its latest update for fans of the night sky, with October promising to be an exciting month.
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The FDA has widened its probe into a serious illness in a COVID-19 vaccine trial, whilst European regulators are set to announce its review.
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It’s been a month since Elon Musk and Neuralink trotted out a cyborg pig to show off the company’s progress toward a brain computer interface (BCI). I still see Gertrude in my nightmares. The big idea behind Neuralink is the development of a brain implant that will allow everybody to control computers with their minds. But more than this, Musk claims it will eventually allow computers to control our minds. He says the device will be capable of “curing” depression, Alzheimer’s and myriad other brain-based conditions. This would be accomplished through targeted stimulation and interference in what would otherwise be… This story continues at The Next Web
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Department of Labor puts $150m into computer, cyber-security training grants to plug visa hole The US Department of Labor (DoL) is offering $150m to train up unemployed Americans in IT and cyber-security in an effort to plug the skills gap caused by the Trump administration’s work visa clampdown.…
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