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French senator recommends to put a stop at the anti-terror mobile app

Finally, a report conducted by a study group of competent people full of common sense, from the French senate, has recognized the uselessness of the SAIP mobile application which has been developed under the previous French government as a way to warn the population about terrorist attacks in their neighborhood.

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Quick overview of the Wi-Fi on board SilkAir flights

Recently I had a flight to Singapore on a SilkAir plane equipped with free Wi-Fi on board providing a streaming access to a selection recent movies, TV short features and some music for all passengers, but no access to Internet which is the very costly part in an airplane. SilkAir is the short-haul carrier of Singapore Airlines which operates a fleet of Airbus A320 and Boeing B737-800 aircrafts.

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Test: Termux, your Linux terminal on Android

Recently I was looking for a way to run some commands that I used to do under Linux command line and I found the Termux app.

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Apps are dead? Optimize your mobile website!

[This is a repost of an article published on LinkedIn in Jun. 2016]

We read in the news these days that apps are not the hype anymore, as explained by my friend Dennis on this article, developing an app for your digital service is not the alpha and omega of success.

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Why content providers will be involved in making mobile data equation profitable

[This is a repost from an article I published in LinkedIn in Feb. 2016]

Let’s start this post with some boring introduction that states the obvious.

“With the rapid expansion of data services and the explosion of traffic over radio networks, operators face challenges to get all those gigabytes through the airwaves while maintaining or improving the quality of service… blah-blah-blah” yeah, this is certainly something you have heard over and over already.

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