China Mobile to launch integrated communication service

China Mobile to launch integrated communication service
China Mobile, the world's largest mobile phone operator, has introduced an integrated communications service at the annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this month, which is being seen as an effort to fight against over-the-top services, such as …
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BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) had launched Z10 about a year ago for Rs 43,990. The price of the handset was dropped by company under a special offer to Rs 29,990 in September 2013. On February 25 this year, the company further announced a limited …
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Creating a Web Service with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) by Dan Wahlin

Creating a Web Service with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) by Dan Wahlin

blogs.interfacett.com Dan Wahlin shows us the fundamentals of creating a Web Service with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)

PAF s’ Multimedia paffalcons.com Pakistan’s first Communications Satellite PAKSAT-1R, as a part of Pakistan’s Space Programme 2040, was launched on Thursday at 2117 hrs on board China’s Satellite Launch Vehicle from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre. Besides others, launch was witnessed by Secretary Defence Lt Gen Syed Athar Ali (R), Secretary Foreign Affairs, Salman Bashir, Director General, Strategic Plans Division Lt Gen Khalid Ahmed Kidwai (R) and Ambassador of Pakistan to China, Muhammad Masood Khan, said a press release issued here. PAKSAT-1R has a total of 30 transponders, 12 in C-band and 18 in Ku-band. The satellite will be deployed at 380E in the Geo-stationary orbit and it will replace the existing satellite PAKSAT-1. PAKSAT-1R has a design life of 15 years and will provide TV broadcasting, Internet and data communication services across South and Central Asia, Eastern Europe, East Africa and the Far East. This satellite now enables extending of communication services to all areas of Pakistan. The National Command Authority (NCA) recently approved Pakistan’s Space Programme 2040 during its meeting at the Strategic Plans Division (SPD) on 14 July 2011. Earlier, the contract for the development of PAKSAT-1R was signed between Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) and China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) in October 2008 during the visit of the President of Pakistan to China. Pakistani engineers have worked closely with their
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