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China launches satellite to explore dark side of the Moon

China launched a relay satellite early on Monday designed to establish a communication link between earth and a planned lunar probe that will explore the dark side of the moon, the official Xinhua news agency said.   Citing the China National Space Administration, Xinhua said the satellite was launched at ...

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Google’s Duplex AI Robot Will Warn That Calls Are Recorded

Since Google revealed a robo-caller that sounds eerily human earlier this month, the company has faced plenty of questions about how it works. Employees got some answers this week. On Thursday, the Alphabet Inc. unit shared more details on how the Duplex robot-calling feature will operate when it’s released publicly, ...

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Gabon to invest $277 million in fiber optic network

Gabon will invest 150 billion CFA francs or $277 million over three years to expand its fiber optic telecoms network to improve digital connections, Reuters reported The first step of the project is already completed, linking the seaside capital Libreville to Franceville, said Alain-Claude Bilie-By-NZE on the sidelines of a ...

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Telecom Panel Approves In-Flight Connectivity In Indian Airspace

India’s Telecom Commission today approved a proposal for allowing mobile phone calls and Internet services in domestic and international flights in India, with certain conditions, PTI reported. The Telecom Commission also approved regulator TRAI’s recommendations on Internet telephony in its meeting. Telecom secretary Aruna Sundararajan told reporters that Telecom Commission ...

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Ooredoo First In The World to Launch 5G Commercial Network

Customers need a 5G compatible device from Ooredoo to access the Ooredoo 5G Internet. The company did not reveal the availability of 5G devices. Ooredoo also did not talk about the 5G pricing plan for retail and enterprise customers. The company said this is just the beginning of the Ooredoo ...

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