Daily Archive: August 25, 2011

Aug 25

Android Dev Tools Finally Make Their Way To Google TV – PC Magazine

Tweet Google TV, the operating system built into television sets that was supposed to revolutionize the way we interact with our boob tubes, is finally on its way to delivering on that promise. Originally released late last year, Google TV has fallen flat largely because one of the most heralded features – the availability of …

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Aug 25

Commission to review Wi-Fi service

Tweet The National Communications Commission (NCC) yesterday said it would conduct a comprehensive review on the regulations governing the use of Wi-Fi frequencies, adding that it would also closely monitor the transmission speed and retail prices of Wi-Fi services. As demand for 3G service increases, which in turn slows transmission when users access the Internet …

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Aug 25

NTC to study govt’s ICT |policy to help make it reality- Thailand

Tweet NTC commissioner Natee Sukonrat made a remark yesterday that the National Telecommunica-tions Commission has instructed its office to study the government’s ICT policy so the NTC can work with the government on its implementation. However, he added that it might be up to the upcoming National Broadcasting and Tele-communications Commission (NBTC) to work with …

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Aug 25

Stofa: “Within the next ten years most distribution will be done using IP”

Tweet Thomas Helbo, Head of Development at Danish cable TV operator Stofa. What developments have you witnessed in the IP cable industry in the past 12 months?? Multiscreen is the most clear evolution seen from the customers’ point of view. The operators have been working in this direction for several years, and in the last …

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Aug 25

Good luck to Yingluck in telco revamp

Tweet Thailand’s new Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has an extensive to-do list of economic reforms, but none will be more closely scrutinised than the sector she is most intimately linked to: the country’s long-coddled telecommunications industry. A former top executive of one of Thailand’s largest mobile telecommunications concerns, she must quickly push ahead with forming …

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