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Exertis expand its wireless portfolio with latest innovation from Airangel

Airangel’s Captivnet platform now available from Exertis Warrington: 12th January 2018 – Airangel has signed an agreement with Exertis, leading distributor of technology products for the B2B, mobile, and retail markets. The agreement will see the addition of Captivnet, Airangel’s latest cloud-based, guest WiFi solution, which includes location based services, ...

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Manchester attack: Kerslake calls for families charter

Image copyright AFP Image caption Emergency services, NHS staff and Victoria station staff are among those who have contributed to the review An inquiry into the Manchester Arena attack recommends public bodies dealing with families of the bereaved should make sure victims are not overlooked. Lord Kerslake’s progress report into ...

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China shuts Marriott’s website over Tibet, Taiwan error

Image copyright Getty Images China has shut down the websites of Marriot International for a week, after the firm listed Tibet and others as separate countries. The hotel group has apologised for the error and said it did not support separatist movements in China. Tibet, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau ...

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Facebook plans major changes to news feed

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The changes have been described as “significant” by industry watchers Facebook is to change how its news feed works, making posts from businesses, brands and media less prominent. Instead, content that sparks conversations among family and friends who use the site will be emphasised, ...

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The looming pension crisis will hurt many African-Americans

Democrat Doug Jones won a narrow victory over Roy Moore in Alabama’s special Senate election, with write-in candidates pulling votes away from the Republican candidate and on the strength of voter turnout, especially by African-American voters. African-Americans made up a higher percentage of voters in Alabama than ...

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Trump blasted for insulting immigrants from ‘s–thole countries’

Social media erupted Thursday after President Trump slammed protections for immigrants from “s–thole countries” in the Caribbean and Africa, while some leaders chose to ignore his controversial remarks. “Why are we having all these people from s–thole countries come here?” the President reportedly griped during an Oval Office ...

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Senator proposes award redesign for Louisiana TOPS program

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — The Louisiana lawmaker leading a study of the state’s TOPS free college tuition program is recommending a rewrite of how awards are doled out to students. Sen. Dan “Blade” Morrish, a Jennings Republican, wants to lessen the amount of tuition covered for students who reach ...

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