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19.44% drop in registered mobile phone imports: PBS

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan imported mobile phones worth $ 119.234 million in July 2021, up from $ 147.999 million in the same month last year, recording a decline of 19.44%, according to data from the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS). Overall telecommunications imports into the country during the period under review (July) …

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The global outsourced semiconductor assembly and testing market was valued at $ 33,372.0 million in 2019 and is expected to reach $ 51,037.5 million by 2028, registering a CAGR of 5.1% from 2021 to 2028.

The subcontracted semiconductor assembly and testing (manufacturing) provides third party integrated circuit conditioning and testing facilities. OSATs are merchant sellers. IDMs and foundries often outsource a certain percentage of their IC packaging production to OSATs with in-house packaging operations. New York, August 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com Announces the …

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The best phone to buy in 2021

The phone world is a malicious business, and giants like Apple and Samsung are always trying to come up with the latest and greatest devices. Their last flagship, iPhone 12 When Galaxy s21 Amazing rear camera setup, powerful processor for lag-free gaming, wireless charging, 5G .. But these aren’t the …

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FEMA to test nationwide emergency alert system on Wednesday – NBC New York

Don’t worry, this is just a test. The sound alerts emitted by your electronic devices on Wednesday are not of concern. The Federal Emergency Management Agency will conduct a nationwide test of its emergency alert system on August 11, sending messages to televisions, radios and some cell phones. The Emergency …

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Police catch gang of mobile thieves targeting bikers on Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway

The Criminal Branch Unit – Zone II attached to the Mira Bhayandar-Vasai Virar Police Station (MBVV) dismantled a notorious gang involved in the theft of mobiles from the pockets of biker shirts traveling on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway . Police also recovered 10 cell phones and seized three bicycles that were …

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Mobile security: an often overlooked area in your business

With the advent of advanced smartphones, our communities and businesses have become more mobile than ever over the past decade. Ease of use and instant access to resources has totally changed the way we think about work today. Surprisingly, it didn’t even take many years for mobile technology to become …

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Discarded electronic devices turned into Olympic medals

Tokyo 2020 will see its athletes wearing recycled medals. The world’s largest sporting event features medals from recycled electronic gadgets such as smartphones and laptops. The devices were assembled across the country as part of a nationwide campaign. “The campaign called on the public to donate obsolete electronics for the …

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FBI locates cars by spying on their WiFi

The FBI is testing old but controversial smartphone spy technology on cars. It seems to work for the agency. getty The FBI is using controversial technology traditionally used to locate smartphones as a car tracking surveillance tool that spies on WiFi in vehicles. Known as the Stingray or Cell Site …

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Know the 10 signs that your phone is hacked or contains spyware

Fears of mobile espionage are now driving many people away at a time when various sections, including the media and politicians, are expressing deep concern over Pegasus’ wiretapping. Pegasus is spyware developed by the Israeli cyber armaments company NSO Group that can be secretly installed on cell phones running most …

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The Tokyo Olympics in figures

Published on: 07/21/2021 – 05:38Amended: 07/21/2021 – 05:36 Tokyo (AFP) Tokyo Olympics organizers have scrambled to reduce the cost and scale of the 2020 Games after a historic postponement, but the numbers involved are still staggering. Here are some key figures from the sporting extravagance, which opens on July 23: …

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Bolivian parents take classes to help children study

When the COVID-19 pandemic closed their sons’ school, Bolivian parents Angela Poma and Lorenzo Gutierrez made big changes. They wanted to give their boys Willy, 9, and Carlos, 11, the opportunity to take online classes. The move to online education has forced the family to buy cell phones, for example. …

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Russian lawmakers introduce bill banning lawyers from recording meetings with detainees

A group of lawmakers from the lower house of Russia’s parliament, the State Duma, introduced a bill that would ban lawyers from recording meetings with their convicted clients inside penitentiaries, a move that sparked sharp criticism from human rights activists as a way to muzzle such prisoners. as opposition politician …

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open up the cruise industry

The cruise industry finds itself in uncertain waters as the global pandemic continues to present uncertain and ever-changing situations. New technology designed to support passenger safety could get the industry back on the water. The introduction of contact tracing apps has made it possible for healthcare professionals to track the …

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Telstra Norwood employee sacked for alleged phone fraud

Telstra says she works with clients whose accounts may have been the victims of suspected fraud by a Norwood employee. An employee of the Adelaide Telstra store has been fired and is under police investigation for fraudulently contracting cell phones, the company says. The telecommunications giant told The Advertiser that …

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Police departments use cars as backdoors to get into phones

The most famous case is the iPhone of the San Bernardino attacker, with the FBI publicly asking Apple to unlock the device and help investigators get past the password screen. Apple refused to do so on national security grounds, explaining that building such a backdoor would end up compromising all …

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Cracked Blind Murder Case 3 Caught: The Tribune India

Tribune press serviceLudhiana, May 6 Ludhiana police say they have solved a indiscriminate murder case and arrested three people. They had killed a young person while trying to loot a cell phone. The accused have been identified as Harvinder Singh Lalli of Gurmel Nagar, Gurmeet Singh Gagan of Jamalpur and …

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Gardaí issues more than 100,000 banknotes using their mobile phones

Gardaí has ​​issued more than 100,000 tickets in the past 12 months, using their cell phones. It is part of the Garda Active Mobility program, which was first tested in Limerick in 2017. Agents use apps that allow them to check the history and tax status of a vehicle. Newstalk …

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