Bicheno Surf Life Saving Club takes home highest Small Project Architecture ... - Architecture and Design
Architecture and DesignBicheno Surf Life Saving Club takes home highest Small Project Architecture ...Architecture and DesignThe Bicheno Surf Life Saving Club + Boathouse in Tasmania has won the Nicholas Murcutt Award for Small Project Architecture – the highest honour for the category at the 2014 Australian Institute of Architects' (AIA) National Architecture Awards ...National architecture awards celebrate diverse choice of winnersThe Guardianall 28 news articles »
African telcos insist LTE is vital to the region - Telecoms.com
African telcos insist LTE is vital to the regionTelecoms.comDay two of AfricaCom 2014 saw a group of the continent's most influential telecoms companies engaged in a panel discussion around the importance of LTE to Africa's digital economy. With fixed broadband infrastructure still relatively thin on the ground ...and more »
Huawei chooses Skyfire for NFV video optimization - Telecoms.com
Huawei chooses Skyfire for NFV video optimizationTelecoms.comChinese vendor Huawei has commenced a strategic partnership with Opera Software's Skyfire unit to incorporate Skyfire's Rocket Optimizer cloud-based video QoE solution into its Cloud Edge Virtual Multi-Service Engine (vMSE). Huawei launched Cloud ...and more »
Ofcom to free up 700 MHz band for mobile, eventually - Telecoms.com
Telecoms.comOfcom to free up 700 MHz band for mobile, eventuallyTelecoms.comUK telecoms regulator Ofcom has announced it will make the 700 MHz frequency band available for mobile broadband services, effectively moving broadcast TV and wireless microphones aside to make room. There's no need for operators to reform their ...and more »
Snapchat teams with Square for IM cash transfers - Telecoms.com
Telecoms.comSnapchat teams with Square for IM cash transfersTelecoms.comEphemeral instant messaging (IM) service Snapchat has teamed up with payment processing outfit Square to allow users to transfer cash to each other over IM. The new service is called Snapcash, appropriately enough, and will initially only be available ...and more »
Telefónica to sell yourfone to Drillisch - Telecoms.com
Telecoms.comTelefónica to sell yourfone to DrillischTelecoms.comThe process of consolidation following the acquisition of E-Plus by Telefónica has begun with the announcement of a non-binding “Letter of Intent” between Telefónica Germany and German MVNO Drillisch for the latter to buy yourphone, which is currently ...
Intel moves to resuscitate mobile offering - Telecoms.com
Telecoms.comIntel moves to resuscitate mobile offeringTelecoms.comAccording to an internal Intel email seen by the WSJ, the chip giant is making some major changes to breathe new life into its struggling mobile operations. Intel is merging its loss-making Mobile and Communications group into the cash-cow PC Client group.
Facebook reportedly developing zone for professionals - Telecoms.com
Facebook reportedly developing zone for professionalsTelecoms.comSocial networking giant Facebook is looking to get into the business networking and collaboration game, according to unnamed sources in an FT report. It would apparently take the form of a dedicated zone, called 'Facebook at Work', that would have ...and more »
Apple strikes China mobile payment deal - Telecoms.com
Telecoms.comApple strikes China mobile payment dealTelecoms.comSmartphone giant Apple has announced the addition of UnionPay, the dominant Chinese debit and credit card payment organisation, as a payment option for Chinese App Store users, in what is likely to be a strategically significant move for Apple's ...and more »
Simfy Africa embraces Microsoft Windows Partner Device Strategy - Telecoms.com
Telecoms.comSimfy Africa embraces Microsoft Windows Partner Device StrategyTelecoms.comMusic streaming service Simfy Africa has announced it has joined Microsoft's Windows Partner Device Strategy programme and will have its app and service featured in future devices produced under the programme. Simfy, which is designed to be relatively ...