• Ziggo continues to lose customers

    Ziggo continues to lose customers

    November 6, 2015 11:15 Hot Recent News

    Ziggo has another quarter of lost customers, although less than in the previous period. This is partly due to a price increase on 1 July was implemented for UPC, the rival to the company after the acquisition by Liberty Global merged last year.

  • British House of Lords stiff talking about porn

    British House of Lords stiff talking about porn

    london November 5, 2015 19:00 Hot Recent News

    The House of Lords talks Thursday about pornography, with mostly older Lords and Ladies stiff upper lip should broach racy topics. The nobles want clarity about what needs to happen for young people to get any wrong ideas about sex, but British media mainly to entertain the tone of the debate.

  • ' Syria earn money on disappearances '

    ' Syria earn money on disappearances '

    damascus November 7, 2015 11:52 Hot Recent News

    The Syrian regime earns money from the people themselves disappear. "Through a sinister black market to be exploited relatives who want to have information about the fate of their loved ones," Amnesty International wrote in a report published Thursday.

  • Project Ara- looking rival lenders

    Project Ara- looking rival lenders

    November 4, 2015 18:15 Hot Recent News

    When the first of separate modules built Google phone appears on the market is not yet known. The first competitor, the Finnish Puzzle Phone, hopes to September next year to see the light. Provided that it knows enough to attract investors.

  • New North Korean word : boss

    New North Korean word : boss

    pyongyang November 3, 2015 15:45 Hot Recent News

    How wary severe North Korean regime is also trying to avoid the decadent West, unmistakable influence creeps in. Where once walked a management secretary in the workplace, there now is the 'boss' over. Every citizen of the Stalinist country knows and uses the word.

  • Russia helps Syria with 100,000 tonnes of wheat

    Russia helps Syria with 100,000 tonnes of wheat

    November 3, 2015 13:45 Hot Recent News

    Russia not only gives military aid to its ally Syria, but also delivered a large quantity of wheat : 100,000 tons. Food aid has arrived in the country for more than four years of a bloody civil war is raging, told the Russian Ministry of Agriculture Tuesday.

  • Less chance of unwanted payments apps

    Less chance of unwanted payments apps

    November 3, 2015 12:00 Hot Recent News

    The risk that children spend playing on the smartphone accidentally money has declined. This is because of pressure from Apple and Google among others, the European Commission have adjusted their app stores, reported the Dutch Authority for Consumer & amp; Market (ACM) Tuesday.

  • Facebook staff to use Android

    Facebook staff to use Android

    November 3, 2015 11:46 Hot Recent News

    A manager of Facebook wants his people to use Android phones instead of iPhones for the application of the social network. Therefore, the developers can better empathize with Facebook users in emerging markets, where many more Android phones than iPhones are in use.

  • Pegida compares minister Goebbels

    Pegida compares minister Goebbels

    dresden November 3, 2015 01:00 Hot Recent News

    Again Monday thousands of supporters of anti-Islam movement Pegida in Dresden, Germany took to the streets. At the meeting on the Neumarkt became refugees generally vilified as a non-integrable and unfit for the German labor market. Pegida frontman Lutz Bachmann likened Attorney Heiko Maas (SPD) thereby to Nazi propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels.

  • Facebook is working on local market

    November 2, 2015 23:28 Hot Recent News

    On Facebook are many groups where people offer goods and services. To view this offer people must first be a member of such a group. The social network is working on a feature that puts local goods more prominently in the spotlight.

  • Concerns children of China

    Concerns children of China

    October 29, 2015 15:45 Hot Recent News

    The announced end to the one-child policy in China is as yet no end to the major social and economic problems of this policy. The looming shortage of young people in the labor market, a shortage of revenue to pay pensions in the future, a large surplus of single men and a generation of children who, according to some researchers, especially like spoiled little emperor in the life to come.

  • American Express helps apple pay border

    American Express helps apple pay border

    October 28, 2015 11:30 Hot Recent News

    Apple and American Express will cooperate more closely in order to roll out Apple Pay worldwide. According to CEO Tim Cook, the credit card company has to help his company to go apple pay initially roll out in Canada and Australia, reports The Next Web.

  • European tech giants join forces

    European tech giants join forces

    brussels October 27, 2015 14:26 Hot Recent News

    A number of large European tech companies joining forces. Under the name European Tech Alliance, the group is lobbying European politicians for a better European tech policy. Skype founder Niklas Zennström will lead the European Tech Alliance.

  • ACM warns conditions apps

    ACM warns conditions apps

    October 27, 2015 12:06 Hot Recent News

    " Which app has a price '' With that nose is the Authority for Consumers & amp;. Market (ACM) on Monday began an information campaign to make consumers aware that they give them access when you install an app to large amounts of data.

  • Eneco Show-maker

    Eneco Show-maker

    October 26, 2015 20:29 Hot Recent News

    Energy company Eneco has a full stake in the maker of smart thermostat Show, Quby. The purpose of the acquisition is to turn the unit around the world effectively in the market.

  • Tele2 comes with its own shops in Netherlands

    Tele2 comes with its own shops in Netherlands

    stockholm October 21, 2015 14:11 Hot Recent News

    Tele2 is in the Netherlands open their own stores. The Swedish telecom bursting with ambition and will in a few years have owned a fifth of the Dutch mobile market. Now that the market share of Tele2 in the Netherlands, according to the company have between 7 and 8 percent.

  • Incentives for girls

    Incentives for girls

    amsterdam October 21, 2015 10:26 Hot Recent News

    The Dutch labor market has big shortages of technical personnel and increase in the coming years will only increase. Especially girls that science subjects are left , while a technological background in many professions is an advantage.

  • Google first investment in China since 2010

    Google first investment in China since 2010

    October 20, 2015 17:32 Hot Recent News

    Google has its first direct investment in China made ​​since the Internet giant 's land in 2010 largely abandoned because of concerns about censorship by Beijing. Tuesday was a "significant minority interest" announced in Mobvoi , a search engine based on voice which was founded by two former employees of Google.

  • Xiaomi makes mini - Segway

    Xiaomi makes mini - Segway

    October 19, 2015 17:47 Hot Recent News

    Chinese phone maker Xiaomi was already renowned for his excursions into other genres gadget , but now it has a very special device launched. It is the Ninebot Mini , a small electric transport that resembles a small version of the Segway.

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