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As a finite and limited resource, spectrum is naturally a most valuable commodity for the ICT and the broadcasting communities. At Huawei, we have been eagerly awaiting the results of the work of the EU High Level Group on the future use of the much-coveted UHF band. We welcome the publication of the report presented… » read more

As the interest is growing amongst our vibrant community for the new MyN Online Platform, the Aalborg pilot is looking to expand and harvest users experiences. At a gathering in one of Aalborg’s finest functionalist buildings, designed in the early 1940s by Bent Helweg-Møller, the pilot crew stepped aside to let a group of users… » read more

In various conversations over recent months, I have noticed that a lot of people don’t understand the difference between general, or horizontal search on the one hand, and specialised, or vertical search on the other. Understanding the differences is crucial to understanding how Google abuses its dominant position, because Google systematically describes a vast “search”… » read more

Huawei warmly welcomes the election of Mr Jean-Claude Juncker as the new President of the European Commission, approved by the European Parliament’s vote in Strasbourg today. Having made the creation of a digital single market for consumers and businesses one of his key objectives, we fully support Mr Juncker’s stated objective that Europe must drive… » read more

eeb1.com_fichiers_news_fichiers1_1679_2014-06-LD-34 BACC 2014 CHEMISTRY VP Sefcovic made some commitments to the European Parliament. He said in 2013 ”Concerning European Baccalaureate 2012 exams, the Commission regrets the problems encountered at the mathematics and chemistry exams. The Commission requested a detailed report from the Office of the Secretary-General of the European Schools which was prepared by independent… » read more


Barack Obama most certainly did not mean by his „Change“ buzz word what is now going on in the relationship between USA and Germany. According to the revelations of former NSA employee, Edward Snowden, Federal Ministries in Germany are now canceling their contracts with US-provider Verizon and switching over to German Telekom. The US-company was… » read more

Since trying and half-rejecting Google+ and Tumblr, I’ve been accepted as a LinkedIn blogger. At least I never bothered with Facebook. Last summer I rethought my online presence, trying and discarding both Google+ and Tumblr as my central blog, turning the Tumblr into an el cheapo Content Hub, and tying everything together with IFTTT and… » read more

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