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EE plans to expand its 4G network to aid commuters

EEIn a recent announcement, EE has revealed its plans to expand its high-speed 4G network, so that the network can cover major road and rail routes in the UK, along with 18 of the country's busiest airports.

EE's plans to expand 4G network will enable commuters to connect via 4G. The move will improve the quality of the operator's LTE service for business travellers as well as holidaymakers on the British transport network.

PediaPress launching Indiegogo campaign to print bound copies of entire English Wikipedia contents

PediaPressMainz, Germany-based PediaPress is set to launch an Indiegogo campaign pivoting around its mammoth effort to print bound copies of the entire contents of the English Wikipedia, the collaborative online encyclopedia.

PediaPress already has a partnership in place with the Wikimedia Foundation, for providing print-on-demand services to the organization.

‘Hackathons’ have become a growing mainstay of tech sector

hackathonA few years back, the word 'hacking' referred only to a kind of crime that involved a computer break-in; but, now the word 'hackathon' has become a growing mainstay of the tech arena, and a perfectly legal one too.

Facebook can tell when users’ status will change from ‘single’ to ‘in a relationship’

FacebookIn a Monday report, CNET said that popular social network Facebook claims it can tell in advance when a user is likely to change his/her status from 'single' to 'in a relationship,' based on the messages and posts of the users.

NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement releases 2014 January Internet Gross Revenue Report

online-gamblingThe 2014 January Internet Gross Revenue Report released by the New Jersey (NJ) Division of Gaming Enforcement has revealed that the month of January 2014 recorded aggregate online gambling revenue of $9.5 million. The figures mark an increase of $2 million over the $7.4 million aggregate online gambling revenue in December 2013.

Tesco shuts over 2,000 user accounts for its online shopping site due to security breach

Tesco shuts over 2,000 user accounts for its online shopping site due to security breachMore than 2,000 online customer accounts have been suspended by supermarket giant Tesco after login details posted on the Internet were reportedly used by hackers, in an attempt to steal Clubcard vouchers.

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