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British company Integral Memory with 512GB microSD card, the biggest micro SD card so far

British company Integral Memory has unveiled the world's first 512GB microSD card. A 512GB microSD card was unveiled as far back as mid-2015, but that never came to market.  Integral Memory promises that the new 512GB card  will arrive in the month of February. The new card meets the Video Speed Class 10 (V10) standard, which allows fast data transfer and also enables to capture full HD video on devices fas ...

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Telecom sector faces uncertainty– over 40,000 employees have been dismissed and more jobs are endangered

The once so promising Telecom sector is now facing its debts and had to cut down drastically on their employees. Over 40,000 people lost their jobs in the course of the last year and Telecom has announced that they will have to cull 50,000 more during the next six to nine months. CIEL HR Services released a report based on a survey among around 100 employees of 65 software and hardware providers to telecom ...

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Android 8.1 can now display Wi-Fi speeds before connecting

Oreo, the new mobile operating system is getting some good tricks with its Android 8.1's updates. As a part of Google's addition of new features to Android Oreo, the company has announced that The new Speed Labels feature is one of the more convincing of the cluster which offers estimated network signals prior to logging on.  This feature will definitely  help you in avoiding poor public networks as well as ...

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ClaySys Technologies to set up own Campus in Infopark phase II

Kochi, June 18, 2018 - ClaySys Technologies, one of the leading software product companies from Kerala, is all set to expand its operations at Infopark Kochi, with a new state-of-the-art IT Campus at Infopark Phase 2. The foundation work has begun in the 1.6 acres space they have taken at Infopark Phase 2 and the first phase phase 1 is expected to be ready by December 2018. The new ClaySys campus at Infopar ...

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Our intention is to make science and mathematics enjoyable for students in high schools – Mr. Mathew John, MD, Talentspire

Talentspire, an innovative e-learning platform is aiming to redefine the way Science and Mathematics are perceived by students in schools. Talentspire MD, Mathew John explains this in an interactive session with India IT News Correspondents Anne Henkel and Stijo Sebastian.   What was the inspiration behind Talentspire? Please give a brief on your professional journey to set up Talentspire. I had begun ...

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