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  • 1/26   Press Review #active #noise #cancellation
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 - AMS boosts active noise cancelling with Incus buy - Electronics EETimes (registration)   More Information - B&O Play H9 headphones will deliver smooth, Scandinavian sound wirelessly and with ANC - Pocket-lint.com   More Information - Ams boosts active noise cancellation with Incus buy - Eetasia.com   More Information - ams Adds to Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) Leadership with Incus Laboratories Acquisition - Business Wire (press release)   More Information - JLab Flex Bluetooth active noise canceling headphones review - The Gadgeteer   More Information - You can save over $200 on these CES honored noise-cancelling headphones - Boing Boing   More Information - Phiaton BT 330 NC noise cancelling Bluetooth headphone review - androidandme.com   More Information - B&O PLAY Introduces New Active Noise Cancelling Headphones ... - ChannelNews   More Information - Travel, Fitness and Activewear Holiday Gift Guide 2016 - Forbes   More Information - Bose launches HEARPHONES with built in smart microphones for 'superhearing' - Daily Mail   More Information


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    - AMS boosts active noise cancelling with Incus buy - Electronics EETimes (registration)
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    - B&O Play H9 headphones will deliver smooth, Scandinavian sound wirelessly and with ANC - Pocket-lint.com
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    - Ams boosts active noise cancellation with Incus buy - Eetasia.com
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    - ams Adds to Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) Leadership with Incus Laboratories Acquisition - Business Wire (press release)
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    - JLab Flex Bluetooth active noise canceling headphones review - The Gadgeteer
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    - You can save over $200 on these CES honored noise-cancelling headphones - Boing Boing
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    - Phiaton BT 330 NC noise cancelling Bluetooth headphone review - androidandme.com
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    - B&O PLAY Introduces New Active Noise Cancelling Headphones ... - ChannelNews
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    - Travel, Fitness and Activewear Holiday Gift Guide 2016 - Forbes
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    - Bose launches HEARPHONES with built in smart microphones for 'superhearing' - Daily Mail
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  • 2/26   Apple to cut iPhone production in first quarter of 2017: report

    (Reuters) - Apple Inc will trim production of iPhones by about 10 percent in the January-March quarter of 2017, the Nikkei financial daily reported on Thursday, citing calculations based on data from suppliers. Apple's shares were down 0.84 percent in midday trading, in line with the Nasdaq stock index. An Apple spokeswoman declined to comment on the report.

    (Reuters) - Apple Inc will trim production of iPhones by about 10 percent in the January-March quarter of 2017, the Nikkei financial daily reported on Thursday, citing calculations based on data from suppliers. Apple's shares were down 0.84 percent in midday trading, in line with the Nasdaq stock index. An Apple spokeswoman declined to comment on the report.


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  • 3/26   Foxconn joint venture to build $8.8 billion LCD plant in China

    A joint venture between Hon Hai Precision Industry Co , known as Foxconn, and Sharp Corp plans to build a 61 billion yuan ($8.8 billion) factory in China to produce liquid-crystal displays (LCDs). Sakai Display Products Corp's plant will be a so-called Gen-10.5 facility specializing in large-screen LCDs and will be operational by 2019, the company said at a signing event with local officials in Guangzhou on Friday. It said the plant will have capacity equating to 92 billion yuan a year.

    A joint venture between Hon Hai Precision Industry Co , known as Foxconn, and Sharp Corp plans to build a 61 billion yuan ($8.8 billion) factory in China to produce liquid-crystal displays (LCDs). Sakai Display Products Corp's plant will be a so-called Gen-10.5 facility specializing in large-screen LCDs and will be operational by 2019, the company said at a signing event with local officials in Guangzhou on Friday. It said the plant will have capacity equating to 92 billion yuan a year.


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  • 4/26   China's Midea receives U.S. green light for Kuka takeover

    China's Midea said it will complete its takeover of German robotics maker Kuka in the first half of January after the United States authorities gave the deal a green light. The bid for Kuka, a high-tech robotics manufacturer, sparked controversy in Germany amid fears that key technologies were falling into foreign hands at a time when China protects its own companies against foreign takeovers. "The United States government authorities Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States and the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls on December 29, 2016 have cleared the takeover of Kuka," Kuka said.

    China's Midea said it will complete its takeover of German robotics maker Kuka in the first half of January after the United States authorities gave the deal a green light. The bid for Kuka, a high-tech robotics manufacturer, sparked controversy in Germany amid fears that key technologies were falling into foreign hands at a time when China protects its own companies against foreign takeovers. "The United States government authorities Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States and the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls on December 29, 2016 have cleared the takeover of Kuka," Kuka said.


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  • 5/26   Silicon Valley's obscure unicorns could boost 2017 IPO market

    Such firms are a "leading indicator" of broader investor demand for market debuts, said Justin Smolkin, head of Americas technology equity capital markets at UBS Group AG . Such enterprise software companies generally sell their services through subscriptions that produce reliable revenue streams.

    Such firms are a "leading indicator" of broader investor demand for market debuts, said Justin Smolkin, head of Americas technology equity capital markets at UBS Group AG . Such enterprise software companies generally sell their services through subscriptions that produce reliable revenue streams.


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  • 6/26   Amazon looks to the sky to store products

    (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc has filed for a patent to use airships to store products and serve as a base for delivery-drones.

    (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc has filed for a patent to use airships to store products and serve as a base for delivery-drones.


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  • 7/26   Continental CEO says jobs will be lost in shift to electric cars

    The shift to electric vehicles will cost jobs at German automotive supplier Continental, its chief executive told a newspaper, but he said many of those jobs would be offset by new positions related to electro-mobility. "Due to the low added value, production jobs will be lost," German weekly paper Welt am Sonntag quoted Elmar Degenhart as saying in a summary of an article to be published on Sunday. Some 30,000 of 218,000 jobs at Continental are dependent on combustion engines, the paper said.

    The shift to electric vehicles will cost jobs at German automotive supplier Continental, its chief executive told a newspaper, but he said many of those jobs would be offset by new positions related to electro-mobility. "Due to the low added value, production jobs will be lost," German weekly paper Welt am Sonntag quoted Elmar Degenhart as saying in a summary of an article to be published on Sunday. Some 30,000 of 218,000 jobs at Continental are dependent on combustion engines, the paper said.


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  • 8/26   Evidence of Russian malware found on US electrical company laptop

    A utilities company in Vermont has detected evidence of Russian malware, according to a report this evening from The Washington Post, which cited anonymous US officials. The code is said to be connected to a Russian hacking outfit the US government has named Grizzly Steppe. According to the company, later revealed to be the Burlington Electric Department, the code linked to Grizzly Steppe was found on just one laptop, and the laptop wasn’t connected to the electrical grid — allaying earlier fears that Russia had hacked into the nation’s electrical grid.

    A utilities company in Vermont has detected evidence of Russian malware, according to a report this evening from The Washington Post, which cited anonymous US officials. The code is said to be connected to a Russian hacking outfit the US government has named Grizzly Steppe. According to the company, later revealed to be the Burlington Electric Department, the code linked to Grizzly Steppe was found on just one laptop, and the laptop wasn’t connected to the electrical grid — allaying earlier fears that Russia had hacked into the nation’s electrical grid.


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  • 9/26   Evidence of Russian malware found on US electrical company laptop

    A utilities company in Vermont has detected evidence of Russian malware, according to a report this evening from The Washington Post, which cited anonymous US officials. The code is said to be connected to a Russian hacking outfit the US government has named Grizzly Steppe. According to the company, later revealed to be the Burlington Electric Department, the code linked to Grizzly Steppe was found on just one laptop, and the laptop wasn’t connected to the electrical grid — allaying earlier fears that Russia had hacked into the nation’s electrical grid.

    A utilities company in Vermont has detected evidence of Russian malware, according to a report this evening from The Washington Post, which cited anonymous US officials. The code is said to be connected to a Russian hacking outfit the US government has named Grizzly Steppe. According to the company, later revealed to be the Burlington Electric Department, the code linked to Grizzly Steppe was found on just one laptop, and the laptop wasn’t connected to the electrical grid — allaying earlier fears that Russia had hacked into the nation’s electrical grid.


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  • 10/26   Russia, brushing off Obama, looks to friendlier Donald Trump

    HONOLULU (AP) — Stung by new punishments, Russia is looking straight past President Barack Obama to Donald Trump in hopes the president-elect will reverse the tough U.S. stance toward Moscow of the last eight years. In a stunning embrace of a longtime U.S. adversary, Trump is siding with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    HONOLULU (AP) — Stung by new punishments, Russia is looking straight past President Barack Obama to Donald Trump in hopes the president-elect will reverse the tough U.S. stance toward Moscow of the last eight years. In a stunning embrace of a longtime U.S. adversary, Trump is siding with Russian President Vladimir Putin.


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  • 11/26   Trump praises Putin for holding back in U.S.-Russia spy dispute

    By Richard Cowan and Polina Devitt PALM BEACH, Fla./ MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Friday praised Russian President Vladimir Putin for refraining from retaliation in a dispute over spying and cyber attacks, in another sign that the Republican plans to patch up badly frayed relations with Moscow. Putin earlier on Friday said he would not hit back for the U.S. expulsion of 35 suspected Russian spies by President Barack Obama, at least until Trump takes office on Jan. 20. "Great move on delay (by V. Putin) - I always knew he was very smart!" Trump wrote on Twitter from Florida, where he is on vacation.

    By Richard Cowan and Polina Devitt PALM BEACH, Fla./ MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Friday praised Russian President Vladimir Putin for refraining from retaliation in a dispute over spying and cyber attacks, in another sign that the Republican plans to patch up badly frayed relations with Moscow. Putin earlier on Friday said he would not hit back for the U.S. expulsion of 35 suspected Russian spies by President Barack Obama, at least until Trump takes office on Jan. 20. "Great move on delay (by V. Putin) - I always knew he was very smart!" Trump wrote on Twitter from Florida, where he is on vacation.


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  • 12/26   Microsoft HoloLens could help you find your keys, and also stalk your every move

    Well, one of the most fascinating and terrifying things about augmented reality glasses is that they turn everybody into that sleuth — and as a new Microsoft patent filing shows, that can be used for things besides crime-solving. The recently published application covers a system that would let its HoloLens glasses track small items like car keys, stopping wearers from misplacing them. HoloLens has outward-facing cameras that can make a spatial map of a room, and machine vision technology can identify or track specific objects in an image.

    Well, one of the most fascinating and terrifying things about augmented reality glasses is that they turn everybody into that sleuth — and as a new Microsoft patent filing shows, that can be used for things besides crime-solving. The recently published application covers a system that would let its HoloLens glasses track small items like car keys, stopping wearers from misplacing them. HoloLens has outward-facing cameras that can make a spatial map of a room, and machine vision technology can identify or track specific objects in an image.


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  • 13/26   Microsoft HoloLens could help you find your keys, and also stalk your every move

    Well, one of the most fascinating and terrifying things about augmented reality glasses is that they turn everybody into that sleuth — and as a new Microsoft patent filing shows, that can be used for things besides crime-solving. The recently published application covers a system that would let its HoloLens glasses track small items like car keys, stopping wearers from misplacing them. HoloLens has outward-facing cameras that can make a spatial map of a room, and machine vision technology can identify or track specific objects in an image.

    Well, one of the most fascinating and terrifying things about augmented reality glasses is that they turn everybody into that sleuth — and as a new Microsoft patent filing shows, that can be used for things besides crime-solving. The recently published application covers a system that would let its HoloLens glasses track small items like car keys, stopping wearers from misplacing them. HoloLens has outward-facing cameras that can make a spatial map of a room, and machine vision technology can identify or track specific objects in an image.


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  • 14/26   iPhone manufacturer Foxconn plans to replace almost every human worker with robots

    Foxconn, the Taiwanese manufacturing giant behind Apple’s iPhone and numerous other major electronics devices, aims to automate away a vast majority of its human employees, according to a report from DigiTimes. Dai Jia-peng, the general manager of Foxconn’s automation committee, says the company has a three-phase plan in place to automate its Chinese factories using software and in-house robotics units, known as Foxbots. The first phase of Foxconn’s automation plans involve replacing the work that is either dangerous or involves repetitious labor humans are unwilling to do.

    Foxconn, the Taiwanese manufacturing giant behind Apple’s iPhone and numerous other major electronics devices, aims to automate away a vast majority of its human employees, according to a report from DigiTimes. Dai Jia-peng, the general manager of Foxconn’s automation committee, says the company has a three-phase plan in place to automate its Chinese factories using software and in-house robotics units, known as Foxbots. The first phase of Foxconn’s automation plans involve replacing the work that is either dangerous or involves repetitious labor humans are unwilling to do.


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  • 15/26   iPhone manufacturer Foxconn plans to replace almost every human worker with robots

    Foxconn, the Taiwanese manufacturing giant behind Apple’s iPhone and numerous other major electronics devices, aims to automate away a vast majority of its human employees, according to a report from DigiTimes. Dai Jia-peng, the general manager of Foxconn’s automation committee, says the company has a three-phase plan in place to automate its Chinese factories using software and in-house robotics units, known as Foxbots. The first phase of Foxconn’s automation plans involve replacing the work that is either dangerous or involves repetitious labor humans are unwilling to do.

    Foxconn, the Taiwanese manufacturing giant behind Apple’s iPhone and numerous other major electronics devices, aims to automate away a vast majority of its human employees, according to a report from DigiTimes. Dai Jia-peng, the general manager of Foxconn’s automation committee, says the company has a three-phase plan in place to automate its Chinese factories using software and in-house robotics units, known as Foxbots. The first phase of Foxconn’s automation plans involve replacing the work that is either dangerous or involves repetitious labor humans are unwilling to do.


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  • 16/26   4 security measures that strengthen big data governance

    Discover how revisions to security processes can help protect your company's data.

    Discover how revisions to security processes can help protect your company's data.


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  • 17/26   Twitter’s New Year’s resolutions will be hard to keep

    Yesterday, Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey launched an interesting experiment, asking his nearly four million followers to send him what they want to see the company improve or create. The replies ranged from basic design gripes to extinguishing national socialism, but today Dorsey boiled the responses down to four basic themes. It’s not everything that came up, but it’s clearly the four areas Dorsey finds most compelling.

    Yesterday, Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey launched an interesting experiment, asking his nearly four million followers to send him what they want to see the company improve or create. The replies ranged from basic design gripes to extinguishing national socialism, but today Dorsey boiled the responses down to four basic themes. It’s not everything that came up, but it’s clearly the four areas Dorsey finds most compelling.


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  • 18/26   Twitter’s New Year’s resolutions will be hard to keep

    Yesterday, Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey launched an interesting experiment, asking his nearly four million followers to send him what they want to see the company improve or create. The replies ranged from basic design gripes to extinguishing national socialism, but today Dorsey boiled the responses down to four basic themes. It’s not everything that came up, but it’s clearly the four areas Dorsey finds most compelling.

    Yesterday, Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey launched an interesting experiment, asking his nearly four million followers to send him what they want to see the company improve or create. The replies ranged from basic design gripes to extinguishing national socialism, but today Dorsey boiled the responses down to four basic themes. It’s not everything that came up, but it’s clearly the four areas Dorsey finds most compelling.


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  • 19/26   Tesla's Autopilot 8.0 Can Avoid a Crash Before it Happens

    New video shows Tesla's autopilot slowing for a crash that hasn't happened yet.

    New video shows Tesla's autopilot slowing for a crash that hasn't happened yet.


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  • 20/26   The top fake news stories of 2016 were about the Pledge, poop, and the Pope

    A BuzzFeed News analysis has identified the 50 fake news stories that attracted the most engagement on Facebook this year. BuzzFeed News defined “fake news” as news that was verifiably “100 percent false” and drawn from a list of 96 websites purposely created to disseminate false information. Notably, the domain name for the top fake news story of the year is “abcnews.com.co.” In a November interview with The Verge, Professor Nicole A. Cooke of the University of Illinois’ School of Information Sciences cited the slight modification of familiar domains as a particularly dangerous and common tactic for fake news sites.

    A BuzzFeed News analysis has identified the 50 fake news stories that attracted the most engagement on Facebook this year. BuzzFeed News defined “fake news” as news that was verifiably “100 percent false” and drawn from a list of 96 websites purposely created to disseminate false information. Notably, the domain name for the top fake news story of the year is “abcnews.com.co.” In a November interview with The Verge, Professor Nicole A. Cooke of the University of Illinois’ School of Information Sciences cited the slight modification of familiar domains as a particularly dangerous and common tactic for fake news sites.


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  • 21/26   The top fake news stories of 2016 were about the Pledge, poop, and the Pope

    A BuzzFeed News analysis has identified the 50 fake news stories that attracted the most engagement on Facebook this year. BuzzFeed News defined “fake news” as news that was verifiably “100 percent false” and drawn from a list of 96 websites purposely created to disseminate false information. Notably, the domain name for the top fake news story of the year is “abcnews.com.co.” In a November interview with The Verge, Professor Nicole A. Cooke of the University of Illinois’ School of Information Sciences cited the slight modification of familiar domains as a particularly dangerous and common tactic for fake news sites.

    A BuzzFeed News analysis has identified the 50 fake news stories that attracted the most engagement on Facebook this year. BuzzFeed News defined “fake news” as news that was verifiably “100 percent false” and drawn from a list of 96 websites purposely created to disseminate false information. Notably, the domain name for the top fake news story of the year is “abcnews.com.co.” In a November interview with The Verge, Professor Nicole A. Cooke of the University of Illinois’ School of Information Sciences cited the slight modification of familiar domains as a particularly dangerous and common tactic for fake news sites.


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  • 22/26   Can deterrence counter the threat of cyberweapons?

    A professor from the Naval Postgraduate School suggests that deterrence is cybersecurity's next phase.

    A professor from the Naval Postgraduate School suggests that deterrence is cybersecurity's next phase.


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  • 23/26   Boston’s first self-driving car tests will start next week

    Massachusetts transportation officials have approved self-driving startup nuTonomy’s application to test autonomous cars in Boston. “We are ready to go, basically could have been testing any time over the last couple of weeks, we were just waiting for this final approval,” nuTonomy CEO Karl Iagnemma told the Boston Herald. The company’s Renault Zoe electric cars will be restricted to Boston’s new Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park, which is an industrial park the Herald says is devoid of traffic lights but frequented by bikes and commuters.

    Massachusetts transportation officials have approved self-driving startup nuTonomy’s application to test autonomous cars in Boston. “We are ready to go, basically could have been testing any time over the last couple of weeks, we were just waiting for this final approval,” nuTonomy CEO Karl Iagnemma told the Boston Herald. The company’s Renault Zoe electric cars will be restricted to Boston’s new Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park, which is an industrial park the Herald says is devoid of traffic lights but frequented by bikes and commuters.


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  • 24/26   Boston’s first self-driving car tests will start next week

    Massachusetts transportation officials have approved self-driving startup nuTonomy’s application to test autonomous cars in Boston. “We are ready to go, basically could have been testing any time over the last couple of weeks, we were just waiting for this final approval,” nuTonomy CEO Karl Iagnemma told the Boston Herald. The company’s Renault Zoe electric cars will be restricted to Boston’s new Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park, which is an industrial park the Herald says is devoid of traffic lights but frequented by bikes and commuters.

    Massachusetts transportation officials have approved self-driving startup nuTonomy’s application to test autonomous cars in Boston. “We are ready to go, basically could have been testing any time over the last couple of weeks, we were just waiting for this final approval,” nuTonomy CEO Karl Iagnemma told the Boston Herald. The company’s Renault Zoe electric cars will be restricted to Boston’s new Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park, which is an industrial park the Herald says is devoid of traffic lights but frequented by bikes and commuters.


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  • 25/26   2016: a year in photographs

    It’s been emotional “May you live in interesting times” is a famous curse. We may disagree on whether 2016 was a good year or if it deserves to be cast into the garbage fires of history, but at the very least we can’t deny that it was interesting. The photos that we took over this last year only prove that point. We photographed an incredible array of subjects: from Michelle Obama to the director of Warcraft; from the best live music performances of Panorama to the classic performance cars of the Goodwood Festival of Speed; from tiny lizards to small dogs to Hollywood legends, we shot them ...

    It’s been emotional “May you live in interesting times” is a famous curse. We may disagree on whether 2016 was a good year or if it deserves to be cast into the garbage fires of history, but at the very least we can’t deny that it was interesting. The photos that we took over this last year only prove that point. We photographed an incredible array of subjects: from Michelle Obama to the director of Warcraft; from the best live music performances of Panorama to the classic performance cars of the Goodwood Festival of Speed; from tiny lizards to small dogs to Hollywood legends, we shot them ...


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  • 26/26   Marshall Islands in Internet blackout

    The Marshall Islands have been plunged into an Internet blackout, angering businessmen as repairs are made to the country's submarine fibre-optic cable. The National Telecommunications Authority in Majuro has shifted all phone and Internet communications from the cable to satellites, reducing the available bandwith by 97 percent. Since the repair work began on Wednesday, Internet access has been limited to email only for the 53,000 residents in the western Pacific nation.

    The Marshall Islands have been plunged into an Internet blackout, angering businessmen as repairs are made to the country's submarine fibre-optic cable. The National Telecommunications Authority in Majuro has shifted all phone and Internet communications from the cable to satellites, reducing the available bandwith by 97 percent. Since the repair work began on Wednesday, Internet access has been limited to email only for the 53,000 residents in the western Pacific nation.


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