Sofant Technology Closes £4.2M Fundraising and Secures Defence Contract

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Sofant Technology Closes £4.2M Fundraising and Secures Defence ContractSofant Technologies has closed a £4.2 million fundraising round, and secured a development contract with a Global Fortune 500 corporation.Sofant Technologies has closed a £4.2 million fundraising round, and secured a development contract with a Global Fortune 500 corporation.http://www.microwavejournal.com/rss/topic/3369-industry-newsIndustry Newshttps://www.microwavejournal.com/articles/39271-sofant-technology-closes-42m-fundraising-and-secures-defence-contractPowered by WPeMatico

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Wi-Fi is Essential to Bridge the Digital Divide in Rural Areas

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Wi-Fi is Essential to Bridge the Digital Divide in Rural AreasThe Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) announced publication of “Rural Wi-Fi Connectivity: Challenges, Use Cases and Case Studies,” a report that demonstrates why Wi-Fi is the most economical and effective technology for bridging the digital divide in small towns, remote communities and other sparsely populated areas.The […]

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UK railways risk ‘spiral of decline’ without post-pandemic reforms, sector warns

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UK railways risk ‘spiral of decline’ without post-pandemic reforms, sector warns Rail Partners, which represents independent passenger and freight train operators, warned that the government’s current focus on cost reduction will lead to reduced services and fewer people travelling by train. “This would be a bad outcome for passengers and also for taxpayers funding the […]

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Programming tool turns handwriting into computer code

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Programming tool turns handwriting into computer code The pen-based interface, called Notate, allows users of computational, digital notebooks to open drawing canvases and handwrite diagrams within lines of traditional, digitised computer code. This innovation allows far more creativity for programmers, who would usually have to type all of the commands into the code.  Notate is […]

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Campaigners criticise the ‘watering down’ of the Online Safety Bill

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Campaigners criticise the ‘watering down’ of the Online Safety Bill The new draft of the government’s Online Safety Bill has softened its requirements of so-called ‘Big Tech’ firms, prompting criticism from digital safety advocates.  The much-delayed Online Safety Bill has been presented by the government as a ground-breaking law that will target online racism, sexual […]

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Call for ban on court-imposed pre-payment energy meters

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Call for ban on court-imposed pre-payment energy meters While energy firms are obliged to protect people from formal disconnection over the winter, the End Fuel Poverty Coalition (EFPC) has found evidence that customers in debt who are forced onto a PPM by their supplier will often “self-disconnect” and stop using energy. Reports have established that […]

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Orion capsule breaks space record

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Orion capsule breaks space record The Orion capsule has reached the midpoint of its uncrewed mission around the Moon, travelling more than 40,000 miles (64,000 kilometres) beyond the far side of the Moon. The previous record for the farthest a human-rated spacecraft has travelled was set in 1970, during the Apollo 13 mission that saw […]

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