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Quantum Technologies Flagship kicks off with first 20 projects

The Quantum Technologies Flagship, a €1 billion initiative, was launched at a high-level event in Vienna hosted by the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the EU more
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watchOS 5 adds powerful activity and communications features to Apple Watch

Apple previewed watchOS 5, a significant update to the world’s most popular watch, helping users stay healthy and connected more
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What are quantum technologies, and what is the second quantum revolution?

Quantum technologies use the properties of quantum effects – the interactions of molecules, atoms, and even smaller particles, known as quantum objects – to create practical applications in many different fields more

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Europe added 15.8 million SIM cards in 2017 driven by the growth in M2M cards, says GlobalData

Total SIM cards in the European market continued to increase in 2017, though at a slower pace than in the two previous years. Total SIM growth amounted to 15.8 million for the year, compared to 18.5 million in 2016 and 27 million in 2015 due to continuous decline in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) SIM cards stemming from lower mobile termination rates, and therefore the decline in dual SIM cards, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company more
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