Italian court rules mobile phones can cause head tumors

Head tumors - Woman on cell phone

Despite research results to the contrary, judges determine that prolonged use has this health risk. An Italian court passed a ruling that prolonged mobile phone use can lead to head tumors. This, despite the vast amount of scientific evidence showing that there is no evidence to support that claim. Last week, judges in a Turin court of appeal upheld a lower court’s 2017 ruling. The 2017 case involved a man who suffered acoustic nerve neurinoma, which is a benign form, but that is nonetheless disabling. The ruling was upheld based…

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5 Steps to Getting Started with SaaS Marketing

SaaS Marketing

1) Provide your buyers with sufficient information so that they can choose the right platform. We can not stress this enough: Content is one of the most important ingredients for you to be able to draw your prospects through the buyer’s journey, and then seal the deal when they’re ready to buy. SaaS marketing is dependent on information. Your buyers will most likely compare several products and suppliers before choosing a SaaS platform. Therefore, you must provide them with all the information they need to make the right choice –…

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New QR code system launched for police in Bengaluru, India

QR Code System - Police Jacket

The app-based beat service incorporates the city’s residents and people who work there. The Bengaluru police in India have launched a new QR code system to help improve their efficiency and effectiveness while on the beat. The south east division police are seeking new ways to use technology to improve their services. This effort to use technology to improve efficacy is centered around the QR code system through a new mobile app. This app uses a quick response code beat system. The idea is to make the police unit more…

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Pre-installed malware discovered on US government-funded phones

Pre-installed malware - Security protection for mobile phones

The UMX U686CL is a low-cost mobile phone with unwanted and un-removable surprises. One of the low-cost smartphones available through the U.S. government’s “Lifeline Assistance” service comes with pre-installed malware built right in. The phones are provided to users of the FCC-operated program when they can’t otherwise afford them. The Lifeline Assistance program helps low-income households offering, among other things, smartphones at a lower cost for individuals who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford these devices at full price. The program is meant to be helpful for these families, providing…

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