BTRC asks mobile phone operators to stop services in Rohingya camps

Logo of Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission The instruction is in the interest of state security and for preserving law and order The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) has asked mobile phone operators to stop the sale of SIM cards and telecommunication services in the Rohingya camps of Cox’s Bazar. The latest move of the BTRC

Why InfoWars Still Isn’t Welcome On YouTube

AUSTRIA – 2019/07/26: In this photo illustration a Youtube logo seen displayed on a smartphone. (Photo Illustration by Omar Marques/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) SOPA IMAGES/LIGHTROCKET VIA GETTY IMAGES YouTube head  Susan Wojcicki announced earlier this week that the video-sharing site would allow some content that was “outside the mainstream, controversial or even offensive.” So, Alex Jones’ InfoWars took

New Billionaire: Dean Stoecker’s 22-Year Journey—And The Software That Makes (Almost) Anyone A Data Savant

Sun Tzu meets software in mid-August at downtown Denver’s Crawford Hotel. The floors are terrazzo. The chandeliers are accented with gold. And Dean Stoecker, the CEO of data-science firm Alteryx, has summoned his executives for the annual strategy session he calls Bing Fa, after the Mandarin title of The Art of War. “Sun Tzu was all about

General Dynamics Wins $7.6 Billion Contract to Supply Microsoft Office Software to the Pentagon

A subsidiary of General Dynamics has been awarded a Pentagon contract worth an estimated $7.6 billion over 10 years. Under the agreement, CSRA, part of GD’s IT unit, will provide the Pentagon with Microsoft 360 cloud-based office and productivity software including word processing and email, Bloomberg reports. The services are referred to as Defense Enterprise Office Solutions, or DEOS. Defense Department