First Intel-based Android Tablet Just for Kids
Fuhu Inc. recently announced the new DreamTab tablet. Designed to deliver grown-up technology but built just for kids, the tablet is the result of collaboration between Fuhu, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc.* and Intel Corporation and is designed to deliver fun educational and entertainment experiences that transform the way kids learn, play and grow with technology. The new tablets will be available starting in June 2014.
IT and Telecom Policy for Cyber Crimes
Protection from cyber crimes on to-do list! The Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication is devising a comprehensive IT and Telecom Policy to ensure the maximum protection to masses from the widespread cyber crimes including financial scams, fraudulent online activities and women harassment. It was stated by State Minister of IT and Telecommunication Anusha Rehman at the ‘1st Consumers IT and Telecom Conference’ organized by Consumers Association of Pakistan (CAP) held in Islamabad on Thursday.
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Web Pages for 3G Auction Launched by PTA
These pages are linked with the original website of PTA, regulator of telecom sector and the governing body of 3G auctions, with the masthead that says “Spectrum Auction of Next Generation Mobile Services. It contains all the data related to auction from advertisement for consultants to the queries asked about selected consultants.
Apple Can Launch Services Like PayPal and Google Wallet
Apple is working to launch an online or mobile payment service just like PayPal and Google wallet. The company already has credit card details of millions of users that make purchases through their iTunes accounts. WSJ has also strengthened the notion of homework being done by Apple to launch such a service by pointing out the transfer of Jennifer Bailey, who was once running online stores as executive, to build a new payment business.