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The SIM turns 30

30 years ago, Giesecke+Devrient (G+D) delivered the world’s first commercial SIM card to a telecommunications company in Finland. At the time, hardly anyone could have imagined the success this smart card would achieve. But growth did not stop there – further innovations are on the horizon and the success story will continue. The IoT sector in particular is rapidly driving the SIM evolution. The SIM card connects the world and stores data securely – this fundamental basis has not changed in the last 30 years, even though the range of…

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Recharging connectivity for the developing world

Product design firms join forces to develop a ground-breaking new solar powered mobile phone charger to help unconnected countries get on the digital highway It is estimated that around 700m people with access to a mobile phone do not have power, including 300m in India alone. Two product design companies, A2E and Wideblue, along with tech start-up BuffaloGrid, have come up with a solution for this problem by designing a mobile phone charging hub which has internet connection and can charge multiple phones at one time with power supplied by solar panels. This…

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Top 10 Most Traded Cryptos in October

The last month has seen impressive growth in the global crypto market after a rocky September and another crypto price drop, following a ban on cryptocurrency transactions and mining from China’s central bank, which declared all digital coins illegal in the country. Since the beginning of October, some of the world’s leading digital coins not only bounced back but hit new record valuations, while their monthly trading volumes also stayed high. According to data presented by Block Arabia, Tether, Bitcoin, and Ethereum remained the most traded digital coins in the crypto…

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Serbia Ranks 46th in the World in Digital Quality of Life Index 2021

The global digital wellbeing study shows that Serbia has climbed 3 places since last year, surpassing Bulgaria and Moldova The third annual edition of the Digital Quality of Life Index (DQL) ranks Serbia 46th among 110 countries. Covering 90% of the global population, the DQL study is conducted by the cybersecurity company Surfshark and evaluates countries based on a set of five fundamental digital wellbeing pillars. Serbia excels in e-security (ranks 17th), but displays comparatively lower results in e-government (43rd), internet affordability (56th), internet quality (64th), and e-infrastructure (59th). Overall,…

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THESE countries citizens trust tech companies the least with their personal data

In modern society, many of us find ourselves giving more and more of our personal information to better experience and use products/services provided by a range of industries. One of those key industries being the tech sector.  Interested in data protection, MoneyTransfers.com analysed the latest data from YouGov, to establish which countries in the world most and least trust tech companies with their personal data. The Results MoneyTransfers.com found that India is in number one spot as 17% of Indians trust tech companies with their personal data. In second position…

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THIS Billionaire is Crowned the Most Successful, Beating Musk and Gates

Tesla, Google, and Microsoft are just some of the world’s richest companies leading the business sector by a magnitude. Their power and influence extend beyond those in the industry, so much so that even those with no interest in business want to know how to get to the top of the chain. But who is behind these multi-billion-dollar companies? By shifting the focus to the prolific businessmen at the top of the hierarchical chain, experts at Reboot Digital PR Agency have dug deep into the financial records of 40 billionaires…

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5 Ways to Earn Passive Income During Pandemic: from Dogecoin Mining to Internet Connection Sharing

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disrupting effect on the economy resulting in increasing furloughs and lay-offs. While most people had to resort to online freelancing or contend with unemployment, others have been developing passive income streams to cover some of their expenses or even substitute full-time work. The Covid-19 pandemic and its induced lockdown have made working from home part of many people’s everyday reality.  Along with the lockdown-induced increase in online freelancing, the internet has been offering a variety of ways for generating passive income streams. While the…

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NRD Companies Reports 6% Revenue Increase in 2020

NRD Companies, specializing in public sector and digital infrastructure solutions, reports a 6 % revenue growth in 2020—from €6.6 in 2019, to almost €7 million—with EBITDA increased from €166K to €602K. NRD Companies has reported a 6% revenue increase in 2020—from €6,6 million in 2019 to almost €7 million last year. EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization) increased by 3.5 times, from €166.000 to €602.000. The group, which provides IT solutions for the public, financial and retail sectors, also reports that it has succeeded in significantly expanding the…

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Serbians pay THIS much for broadband internet each year!

Alongside food, water, and shelter – the internet has become a necessity for many of us. But, like all good things, it comes at a price and until now it has not been established which European countries are paying the most and least for the privilege. Interested in information technology, AddictiveTips.com utilised broadband internet price data from Cable.co.uk and net yearly salary data from Numbeo to calculate, out of 37 European countries, who pays the most and least for broadband internet each year relative to their annual net income. Ranked: Broadband…

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Global IT Spending to Jump by $228B and hit $3.92T in 2021

The COVID-19 crisis forced companies and organizations across the globe to speed up the digitalization of their business, as remote working and distance learning became the new normal amid the ongoing lockdown. The surge in the use of digital solutions and services abated the pandemic’s negative effect on IT spending, which still dropped to just under $3.7trn in 2020. According to data presented by StockApps.com, global IT spending is expected to recover in 2021 and hit a $3.92trn value, a $228bn increase in a year. Recovery to 2019 Spending Rates…

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