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‘Battle of the Apps’ – Amazon vs Ebay

'Battle of the Apps' is Testbirds’ brand new series that has two apps go head-to-head
Broadband

Broadband companies to stop advertising ‘misleading’ speeds

From May next year, broadband companies won’t be able to advertise fast net services based on speeds little customers get
TalkTalk

TalkTalk uses CA Technologies tools

Software Testing News Journalist, Leah Alger, flew to Las Vegas to attend CA World ’17, where she got the opportunity to speak to Gareth Watson, Tooling and Environments Manager at TalkTalk, about the company’s major tooling transition underway with CA Technologies
Automic

Compensation for broadband users

The regulator Ofcom announces that householders who receive poor service from their telecoms provider are to get automic compensation
evolved

Evolved Intelligence receives industry-wide recognition

Evolved Intelligence’s SS7 and Diameter Signalling Firewall receives industry-wide recognition last night, picking up the award for Security Solution of the Year
demand

Chip sales soar for Samsung

Samsung’s chip demand is "soaring", making a record profit of US$109million a day
sensors

Japan’s Sony expects ‘highest-ever’ annual profit

Japan’s Sony expects its highest-ever profit because of the large sales of image sensors used in smartphones and other devices, raising its full-year operating income forecast

Testbirds expert squeezes in testing tips for HTC

HTC has revealed its new U11 flagship smartphone, introducing its shortcut squeeze feature called Edge Sense, which allows phone interaction when it’s squeezed in...
test automation satellite

New test automation platform for Space Systems Finland

Space Systems Finland Oy (SSF) develops software and systems design solutions for customers in aerospace, defense, medical devices, machinery, and nuclear industries. The company’s...

Starbucks set to open cashier free store

Starbucks is opening a dedicated order online only Starbucks at its headquarters in Seattle, Washington. Due to the popularity of its app, whereby customers can pre-order...

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