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  • Android software creator unveils ‘Essential’ phone

    SAN FRANCISCO: A creator of the Android software powering smartphones around the world steps into the hardware market with a handset that promises to tackle the clutter, complexity and rapid obsolescence of current devices...

    Andy Rubin said in an online post late on Tuesday that he is issuing a high-quality phone called Essential that includes accessories such as a 360-camera that can be attached magnetically...

  • Mobile phone access in Africa to double in five years

    CAPE TOWN: Around 80 per cent of sub-Saharan Afri­ca’s 800 million people should have access to mobile telephones by the end of the decade, double the current rate, although government help is needed to reach far-flung areas, industry body group GSMA said on Wednesday...

    The growth of mobile data — an even more powerful economic tool than simple vo­i­ce services — also hinges on authorities allocating sufficient spectrum, said...

  • Christian boy killed over mobile phone dispute, claims DPO

    VEHARI: A dispute over mobile phone actually led to the torture of a Class IX student, Sheron Masih, at the Government MC High School, Burewala, who later died of his injuries on Aug 30...

    District Police Officer Omar Saeed said in a press release issued here on Tuesday that 16-year-old student Sheron Masih had a quarrel with a class fellow, Ahmed Raza, over a mobile phone...

  • Mobile phone, internet services suspended in Karachi today

    KARACHI: Mobile phone and internet services will remain suspended in Karachi, Hyderabad and Sukkur on Friday [today] for 12 hours on advice of the law enforcement agencies as a security measure for Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH), officials said...

    The request, he said, had received a nod from the federal agencies to keep mobile phones off for 12 hours...

  • Mobile phone service to be launched in parts of Balochistan

    KARACHI: Several districts in Balochistan are going to receive mobile phone and other telecom services for the first time ever as companies are now eyeing more business opportunities in the largest province of the country with the lowest teledensity, thanks to a fast-improving security situation and growing development projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), said officials and analysts...

    The companies are set to...

  • Surgeries under mobile phone light

    As Ghazi Medical College’s teaching hospital plunged into darkness due to erratic generators on Tuesday, surgeons had to conduct two operations under the light of mobile phone cameras during loadshedding...

    Medical Superintendent Dr Attiqur Rehman Chishti, while confirming that two operations were conducted under the mobile phone light, said the matter was brought to the knowledge of the commissioner and the deputy commissioner for...

  • Mobile phone services remain suspended

    ISLAMABAD: Residents of the federal capital on Monday faced hardship as mobile phone service remained suspended throughout the day...

    The residents of the capital city face the suspension of mobile phone service whenever a religious event is observed...

  • Leader of Nokia's mobile phone revival plan leaves the company

    HELSINKI: The head of the Nokia division aiming to bring the brand's mobile phones back to market is leaving after two years in the role, the Finnish company said on Wednesday...

    Once the world's biggest maker of mobile phones, Nokia was wrong-footed by the rise of smartphones and eclipsed by Apple and Samsung, ultimately resulting in the sale of its handset business to Microsoft Corp in 2014...

  • ‘Rs43.3bn WHT raised from mobile phone users’

    Briefing the PAC on tax collection from mobile phone cards, FBR Chairman Mohammad Nisar Khan said that a consumer gets just Rs63 when he/she uploads Rs100 worth of mobile phone scratch card because certain taxes are automatically deducted from the balance...

    As per FBR’s statement total deduction of government taxes on mobile cards is Rs26...

  • Mobile phone firms facing a competitive, saturated market

    The mobile phone companies, for example, saw their subscriber base grow by a handsome 15pc from over 114m people to 132m in the first 10 months of the ongoing financial year...

    But this encouraging spike in the number of consumers using mobile phones and mobile broadband services notwithstanding, the telecom firms continue to struggle for survival in the country’s highly competitive market...

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