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08/11/16 Joint project on modernization of ICT infrastructure and services in Azerbaijan is realized
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Azerbaijan and the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan agreed on implementation of the next step of the project on “Modernization of Sustainability and Efficiency of ICT Infrastructure and Services in the Republic of Azerbaijan” .
An artificial intelligence "judge" that can accurately predict many of Europe's top human rights court rulings has been created by a team of computer scientists and legal experts.
03/08/16 The State Fund for Development of Information Technologies continues accepting projects for the next grant competition
The State Fund for Development of Information Technologies under the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies (MCHT) continues accepting projects for the next grant competition announced by the Fund.
At-home first aid kits are typically just a bunch of bandages, gauzes, and other products stuffed into a little box.
A group of biomedical engineers and physical therapists at the University of Oklahoma (OU) have developed a ground-breaking medical device that has babies at risk of developing cerebral palsy scooting their way from room to room.
As the Internet of Things grows at a rapid rate, so does my skepticism for each additional "smart" product that makes it to market.
A very successful project has been implemented by GR8CLUB - one of the teams operating in the Business Incubation Center (BIC) of the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies (MCHT).
On 3 March 2016 in Geneva, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) will convene a symposium on “The Future Networked Car”
Mobile data traffic is expected to grow eight-fold in the next five years, according to a forecast by Cisco.
The California-based robotics company suitX, which specializes in medical and industrial exoskeletons, has invented a 27-pound wearable robot called The Phoenix, that could help everyone from disabled vets to kids learn how to ditch their wheelchairs and walk again on their own two feet.
The national finals of the “Microsoft Imagine Cup 2016” competition will be held on 15 April 2016. This information was provided to “ICTnews” online news service by the manager of the “Cooperation in Education” program of the company “Microsoft Azerbaijan” Emin Akhundov. He said that 24 teams are taking part in the competition.
According to a new report from Panda Security more than 84 million new malware samples were detected over the 2015, 27% of all malware of ever.
An electric, driverless shuttle bus will take to the Dutch public roads on Thursday, rolling six passengers along a 200 meter (yard) stretch of road in the first trial of its kind worldwide.
3D printed flower-like objects that change in time based on a pre-programmed pattern have been created by American researchers.
Neuroscientists from the University of Washington have decoded brain signals in real-time and with astounding accuracy, as revealed in a recent study published in PLOS Computational Biology.
In 5 years we will witness a radical change in the labor market. The fourth industrial revolution will affect more than 35% of the available professional skills. This forecast was given in the report of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
01/02/16 Regular meeting of Supervisory Board of State Fund for Development of Information Technologies held
On 29 January 2016, the regular meeting of the Supervisory Board of the State Fund for Development of Information Technologies under the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies was held under the chairmanship of the Deputy Minister of Communications and High Technologies Elmir Velizadeh.
The company Daqri has unveiled a smart hardhat that gives workers additional layers of information about their surroundings.
Russian scientists have developed the world's first electronic book for visually impaired people.
The only satellite operator in the South Caucasus, Azercosmos OJSC, signed a contract on commercial broadcasting of “2TV” public channel of the “Georgian Public Broadcasting” (GPB) company, which carries out broadcasting of the public TV and radio channels of the Republic of Georgia.
The National Association of Computer Games continues the implementation of the project “Cultural heritage and modern information and communication technologies: interactive tales” with the support of the Azerbaijan Youth Foundation.
Ericsson and Telstra successfully demonstrated Ciena's new WaveLogic Encryption solution at 200 Gbps speed on the Inter-capital Melbourne-Canberra-Sydney route.
Panasonic jointly with Kyoto University have created a device that allows physicians to assess the condition of the patient's heart using the non-contact method.
25/01/16 Experts: “The market of anthropomorphic robots will grow 14-fold to $ 200 million in the next five years”
The humanoid robots market will grow 14-fold in the next five years, and its volume will reach at least 24 billion yen .
In the near future, gadgets will be able to read the minds of their owners. Experts say that by 2030, smartphones, tablets and computers will be able to analyze human brain’s activity to find out what people think.
Japanese electronics manufacturer Kyocera Corporation announced the start of construction of the world’s largest floating solar power plant.
More than half of U.S. consumers think that storing their credit and banking information in the cloud is more risky than driving without a seat belt, according to a new report from Symantec.
Forget what you thought you knew about human memory, because a new study suggests that our brain’s capacity is 10 times larger than previously believed.
“The number of brave enthusiasts who insert gadgets in their skins is increasing rapidly. They insert chips and electronic passports in their bodies. And according to researchers, it is expected that implanted phones will be widely used by people before 2023
The international firm of accountants Deloitte has prepared a forecast for the development of industries of high technology, telecommunications, entertainment and media in 2016.
This year, China plans to begin development of a new supercomputer with a capacity of 1,000 petaflops (1 quadrillion operations per second).
A new global dialogue focused on getting the next 1.5 billion unconnected people online was forged at a special session of the UN Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development held at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
The volume of information and communication services rendered to physical persons and legal entities in Azerbaijan by information and communications enterprises amounted to AZN 1642.8 million last year.
President Ilham Aliyev has met with Vice President of Microsoft Company Mrs. Susan Hauser in Davos. The meeting highlighted the successful development of the ICT system in Azerbaijan.
The volume of production of computer, electronic and optical products has traditionally increased in Azerbaijan.
According to information provided by the State Statistical Committee (SSC) of the Republic of Azerbaijan, in 2015, the volume of electronic retail trade turnover amounted to 12.8 million manat in the country, which is 1.9 times more than in the previous year.
More than two billion people globally will use mobile devices to connect to the Internet in 2016, with countries like India, China and Indonesia leading the way, research firm IDC said.
Ministry of Communications and High Technologies (MCHT) has given relevant instructions to associations, communication agencies and country’s telecoms operators to provide the population with high quality telecommunication services during the World Azerbaijanis Solidarity Day (31 December) and New Year.
A meeting was held at the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies (MCHT) with representatives of well-known Chinese ICT company Huawei.
Global average connection speeds rose 14 percent year over year to 5.1 Mbps in Q3 2015. Unfortunately, just over 5 percent of users now have broadband speeds of at least 25.0 Mbps. The latest figures come from Akamai, which today published its quarterly State of the Internet Report for Q3 2015.
The selection round of the world's premier student technology competition “Microsoft Imagine Cup” has started in Azerbaijan.
According to information provided by the State Agency for Alternative and Renewable Energy Sources, solar panels produced by Azerbaijani plant Azguntex will be used in Germany.
Access in Brazil to the WhatsApp phone-messaging application was cut off early on Thursday after a Brazilian judge told local phone companies to block the popular service for 48 hours for failure to comply with a July court order in a criminal case.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree establishing the National Center for technology development and the basic elements of robotics.
During the period from January to November 2015, IT organizations and companies provided legal and physical persons with 1495.2 million manat communication services in Azerbaijan, of which 72.7 present fell on the population sector.
The number of billionaires in the world in twenty years has increased by 4.76 times, to 1,347 people. About it reports Rambler News Service with reference to the joint report by UBS and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC).
14/12/15 Five major technology trends of 2015
This year was a turning point in many areas of technology. Here are five major trends in 2015 by expert laboratories of innovation CommBank Innovation Lab.
As of January 1, Kazakhstan will require the presence of a "national security certificate" on every internet-capable device in the country, the Financial Express reported.
The first China-US ministerial dialogue on fighting cyber crime held in Washington last week yielded positive outcomes, Global Times reported.
04/12/15 The Best Inventions of 2015 released
The prestigious "Time" magazine published annual round-up of the best inventions making the world better, smarter and—in some cases—a little more fun.
A recent survey of Consumer Reports' 58,000 subscribers reveals that Apple's MacBooks are far less likely to fall apart than their Windows-based competitors are, LapTop magazine reported.
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has visited Bakutel 2015, the 21st Azerbaijan International Exhibition on Telecommunications and Information Technologies, at Baku Expo Center.
Exhibition of telecommunications and information technology Bakutel is one of the leading specialised exhibitions in the country.
On 23-25 June 2014 the Azerbaijani delegation led by Minister of Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ali Abbasov was visiting London at the invitation of Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries of the UK and the Secretary General of the "Global Internet Governance Forum".
13/01/14 ITU announces vacancy
ITU announces vacancy for position of Training and Development Officer
Bakutel 2013, the largest telecommunication and information technology exhibition in the Caucasus and Caspian region will take place at the Baku Expo Centre from the 2nd to th 5th of December.
02/12/13 First Azerbaijan-Italy ‘B2B’ forum to be held within ‘Bakutel-2013’ exhibition & conference
The first Azerbaijan – Italy “B2B” forum is expected to be held within the framework of the 19th international exhibition and conference “Bakutel – 2013”. The activity will start on the 4th of December 2013 in the conference room of the 3rd hall of the Ekspo Centre at 11 o’clock in the morning.
02/12/13 Memorandum of Understanding on ‘TASIM’ project to be signed within ‘Bakutel-2013’ exhibition & conference
A Memorandum of Understanding on “Trans Eurasian Information Super Highway” project (TASIM) is expected to be signed within the “Bakutel-2013” Telecommunication and Information Technologies exhibition & conference that will be held in the capital of Azerbaijan Baku on 2-5 December 2013.
The Azerbaijan – U.S. ICT Business Forum will take place on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at the Baku Business Center.
02/12/13 Baku to host international conference “Global Cyber Security Cooperation: Challenges and Visions”
Top speakers from around the world will debate ways and means to foster greater international cooperation on securing cyber space
02/12/13 Addressed to the Participants of Bakutel 2013, The 19th Azerbaijan International Telecommunications and Information Technologies Exhibition and Conference
I would like to congratulate you on the opening of BakuTel 2013, the 19th International Exhibition and Conference.
02/04/13 Action Plan in connection with the declaration 2013 “Year of ICT” in the Republic of Azerbaijan
Action Plan in connection with the declaration 2013 “Year of ICT” in the Republic of Azerbaijan
France is considering a so-called "Internet tax" on data collection activities by Facebook, Googleand other technology companies.
Within the framework of “Azerbaijan youth in 2011-2015” State Program 65,000 students have been provided with student discount cards.
16/01/13 The French ambassador is glad that Azerbaijan’s first satellite will be put into orbit by the carrier rocket manufactured by a French company
The Minister of Communications and Information Technologies Ali Abbasov has met with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to Azerbaijan Paskal Monye.
04/12/12 "E-government” portal updated
The “E-government” portal has been updated again. Thus, the range of electronic services rendered by the portal was extended after the State Statistical Committee had placed its 2nd electronic service at the disposal of the public.
Cyberthieves who stole more than $250,000 (£158,000) in digital money are still sitting on the cash. The haul, in what is known as bitcoins, was stolen in a raid on the Bitfloor online currency exchange this month. Bitfloor boss Roman Shtylman said transaction-tracking
The BBC is launching a new media player for those who watch its catch-up service iPlayer on Android phones and tablets. It has previously used Adobe Flash to stream content to Android devices. But Adobe has decided to remove its Flash player plug-in for Android. The BBC would release the Media Player for iPlayer
The gospel about 3D printing is being taken to the streets of New York. MakerBot Industries, best known for its small 3D printers, has opened a shop in Manhattan through which it will aim to sell the joys of home fabrication to the general public, the BBC reported.
The latest iPhone comes as Apple faces competition beyond current key competitors Samsung and Google. Late entrant Microsoft Corp is now trying to push its Windows Phone 8 operating system as an alternative to Apple and Android, the most-used smartphone operating system in the world.
31/08/12 ZTE launches Intel-based smartphone
Chinese group ZTE, the world's fourth-largest mobile phone maker, unveiled its first smartphone model using Intel processors, marking an important break into a top-tier handset maker by the U.S.-based group. ZTE said on Thursday its Grand X IN model, which will go on sale in Europe next month, will mark the start of a wider portfolio of Intel-based products.
28/08/12 Fuji Electric releasing first coin-operated EV fast charger, gives electric cars extra life
Fuji Electric Retail Systems Co. is no stranger to flipping coins for profit, thanks to a robust lineup of vending machines such as the A011. The Japanese company, however, has also branched out from dispensing hot and cold drinks for change by supplementing its offerings with a
Azerbaijan and Turkey have discussed the possibility of implementing several joint projects within the bilateral cooperation. The statement came from Turkish Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan at a press conference in Baku.
In June, a decrease was observed in the number of POS terminals which hit the record number on the eve of the Eurovision held in Baku. As of July 1, the number of POS terminals in the country decreased by 884 items compared to the preceding month and made up 36,410, according to the Central Bank.
16/08/12 Sumgait Technology Park held tender
JSC "Sumgait Technology Park" of the Economic Development Ministry of Azerbaijan held a tender to purchase services to assess volume of work that include demolition of unusable buildings and constructions on the territory owned by it in an area of 167.66 hectares in the city of Sumgait and its cleaning, the company informed.
Ministry of Agriculture of Azerbaijan Republic has joined the "Electronic Government" State Information System (EGSIS).
Azericard processing center develops mobile banking application for iPhone The Azericard processing center is developing a mobile banking application for devices running under iOS operating system (Apple iPhone smart phones), Azericard reported.
Azerbaijani Finance Ministry announces a tender to purchase network, computer equipment and software for the Ministry and the State Treasury Agency under it, the ministry said on Monday.
The Research Centre for High Technology of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technologies of Azerbaijan launched the producing of LED light sources (Light-emitting diode), the center reported. Initial batch of LEDs is made and should go on sale in the near future.
Bakcell, the first mobile operator and leading mobile internet provider of Azerbaijan, continues to offer a wide range of products to modern mobile communication users, according to the press release of the company.
Former CTO of BT, Peter Cochrane, has responded to the government and BT who had hit back at his claims that UK's broadband plans were "visionless", by sarcastically encouraging the government to show off its plans to fast-growing economies like China and Korea.
Three major Japanese technology companies are investing in a new "fabless" semiconductor startup, intended to capture a share of the burgeoning market for smartphone chips. The venture, called Access Network Technology, has been set up by Fujitsu,
Both devices will be announced in the middle of September, followed by the release of the new iPhone on September 21, claims blog site iMore. Apple consumers could perhaps see the debut of both the new iPhone and an iPad Mini come September. Citing "sources who have proven accurate in the past,"
Starting next month, around one thousand frontline personnel in Afghanistan will begin testing the Soldier Body Unit, a sensor kit for recording the effects of explosions on the human body. While that's not the most pleasant of subjects, the blast sensors have been rushed out to
The plaintiff, a Taiwan university, filed the lawsuit in a Texas court because "its rulings are usually in favor of patent owners."Apple's virtual personal assistant Siri has been smacked with yet another lawsuit. This time around, Taiwan's National Cheng Kung University filed a lawsuit against Apple on Friday,
Telecoms firms say their networks will cope with the strain of the hundreds of thousands of spectators, workers and athletes using mobile devices across London's Olympic Park in East London, the Reuters reported. Thirty mobile phone masts have been fitted across the 500 acre
The wireless device is helping tetraplegic study participants learn songs on a keyboard while improving sensation in their hands. A wireless musical glove developed at Georgia Tech not only teaches users to play songs on the piano,
17/07/12 Strap yourself into the Stig Chair
This high-end chair draws inspiration from The Stig, a legendary character from the BBC's long-running "Top Gear" car TV show. Looking at the Stig Chair for the first time, you'd almost think this thing originated from Batman's flight simulator. The exotic $11,000 seat by Veraseri Designs sits at 52x23x39 inches,
Bentley may be the only car in its strata that doesn't lean hard on tech.High dollar cars tend to lean on the technology pretty hard -- and tend to do it pretty badly. The cabin tech in an Aston Martin or Maserati typically doesn't equal what's in a Camry. But the big boys
Got a Toyota with Entune? Then keep an eye on your mailbox. We're getting word that a free upgrade has started to be sent out to customers. The refresh adds some of the apps we first heard about back in January last year: iHeartRadio, MovieTickets.com and OpenTable. As well as being able to enjoy more radio,
The high technology research center of the Ministry of Communications and IT is starting the mass production of LEDs, the center reported. Previously, an experimental batch of LEDs has been successfully produced by the center. LED technologies will appear into mass production soon.
If you've just picked up a MacBook Pro with Retina display or a 2012-era MacBook Air, you may be jonesing for a matching external hard drive to take advantage of that much-awaited USB 3.0 support. G-Technology has you covered -- and how. Updated versions of the laptop-oriented G-Drive Mini,
If you’ve ever wanted to text someone or play a game of Angry Birds but thought, “then I’d have to reach in my jeans and pull my phone out and that just isn’t worth it to me,” then I’ve got news for you, friend. Your pocket-related trials and tribulations are almost at an end. For ease of access, Alphyn Industries’
Nintendo Co said on Friday it plans to launch its 3DS LL handheld game console on July 28, with a 4.88-inch display and a 4.18-inch touch panel, both nearly double the size of the current DS model. Nintendo, which is fighting increasing competition from games on mobile devices
Apple Inc is facing delays in renewing its request that a U.S. judge ban Samsung Electronics' Galaxy 10.1 tablets, a key battleground in the worldwide patent wars between the technology giants, BBC reports. Apple sued Samsung last year, accusing the South Korean electronics
Hybrid storage systems will become common on Ivy Bridge-based ultrabooks.Fujitsu's just-announced Ivy Bridge-based ultrabook offers a 500GB 5400RPM hard drive with a solid-state drive cache. SSD-accelerated HDDs will likely become a base configuration for many ultrabooks to reduce cost.
Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster says Cupertino's HDTV set won't change the industry, at least not right away. Apple will release a television in 2013 for between $1,500 and $2,000, but it won't instantly revolutionize the industry, says Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. You have to wonder how much time it takes to trim a hedge that big.
Strappy is an NFC technology embedded in subway straps that can direct your smartphone to advertiser URLs. Just in case you weren't already bombarded with enough ads. Subways in Tokyo are crowded enough, and they're plastered with ads on the walls and ads hanging from the ceiling. Sometimes,
Quietly released guide outlines the security architecture, encryption, and data protection features on the mobile operating system. Apple has quietly published a detailed security guide for its iOS operating system, suggesting that the company,
A countdown timer has appeared at an official-looking Indian PureView site, indicating that the 41-megapixel camera (with a twist of smartphone) should arrive in that country on June 5th. The last we heard it was scheduled for initial release in India and Russia sometime in May,
Sharp announced earlier this year that it was starting to crank out LCD panels based on new indium gallium zinc oxide (IGZO) technology and now it's ready to show some off at the Society for Information Display show in Boston. Currently sized for phones and tablets,
01/06/12 Ultimate Ears Personal Reference Monitors offer custom tuning, look great with your smoking jacket
Logitech's got just the thing for that $2,000 burning a hole in your pocket. The new Ultimate Ears Personal Reference Monitors are "engineered to your exact needs for fit, look and sound." The wood-paneled in-ear monitors utilize UE's Personal Reference Tuning Box to adjust the output mix of lows, highs and mids.
If you have any chickens in the house, you're going to want to keep them away from the computer. Georgia Tech researchers have developed the device that will haunt their feathered dreams. The prototype Intelligent Cutting and Deboning System has a built-in 3D vision system in order to help it cut and debone a chicken.
25/05/12 Azerbaijani singer to combine national traditions with modern technologies during her performance at ‘Eurovision-2012’ song contest
Sabina Babayeva, a singer representing the Republic of Azerbaijan at the ‘Eurovision-2012’ song contest, will combine national traditions
A new start-up called Electric Imp promises to turn almost any product into a connected device with the addition of a tiny card in a slot. Former iPhone engineering manager Hugo Fiennes, former Gmail designer Kevin Fox and long-time firmware engineer Peter Hartley co-founded the start-up,
Cloud-based solutions have become essential tools in vendors’ portfolios and a key pillar of new product offerings. Now, telecommunications are staking out a place in the cloud, Gartner Research Analyst Elia San Miguel told RCR Wireless News.
Poorly coded websites are causing smartphone batteries to drain more than necessary, research has suggested. A team at Stanford University compared the energy consumption of leading websites including Wikipedia and the Internet Movie Database. Tests were run using an Android smartphone,
The Supreme Court of India said Friday it will consider reviewing some points raised in its Feb. 2 order cancelling 122 telecommunication licenses given in 2008, but maintained that affected companies would have to surrender their permits four months from the ruling. A panel of Justices G.S. Singhvi and K.S.
Printed-on-demand robots might be a reality before the end of the decade if a US-based project achieves its goals. Researchers aim to build a desktop technology that would allow an average person to design and print a machine within 24 hours. The team says that making it easier to create specialised robots could
29/03/12 Transparent Memory Chips are Coming
Want a see-through cellphone you can wrap around your wrist? Such a thing may be possible before long, according to Rice University chemist James Tour, whose lab has developed transparent, flexible memories using silicon oxide as the active component. Tour revealed today in a talk at the national meeting and exposition
20/02/12 Azercell launches 4G in Azerbaijan
By the Eurovision 2012 Song Contest, to be held in May 2012 in Baku, mobile operator Azercell intends to launch the fourth generation network 4G, the company's head Ali Agan said at a press conference. He said this issue will be discussed at a meeting with Minister of Comminications
The PEYK plant under the Ministry of Defence Industry of Azerbaijan will start producing digital DVB-T-tuners (to receive digital TV signals), PEYK told. Production capacity of the plant will depend directly
Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC) has released details of its plans to procure next-generation broadband across the region, indicating it will need "significant private sector investment" to make the rollout possible. An online prior information notice indicates that CCC is looking for a single supplier,
Having already made the move into the tablet space, Amazon could launch a smartphone as soon as next year, one analyst predicted this week. Based on supply chain checks in Asia, Citigroup believes that Taiwan-based Foxconn International is developing a device in conjunction with Amazon, All Things D reported on Thursday,
Finland's mobile telephone manufacturer Nokia Corp. plans to have a tablet computer using Microsoft's Windows 8 phone software ready by June 2012, French newspaper Les Echos reported Wednesday citing the company's top official in France, Paul Amsellem. Nokia has now started selling its new smartphones that use the Windows operating system in France,
Azerbaijani-based KUR computer equipment production plant has signed a contract with a major supplier of barebone-platforms for the supply of a large batch of components for the production of decoders, general manager of the plant Rizvan Osmanov told. The supplier's name was not disclosed.
Seagate may introduce a 5TB external hard drive using five 1TB platters in January 2012. Is Seagate shipping 5 TB hard drives three months from now? That's a hint the company dropped in a recent interview at GITEX 2011, a technology event held in Dubai.
The UK’s Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) is set to invest up to £16m to create a new supercomputer, based on the principles of so-called exascale computing. The STFC, one of seven UK research councils, is charged with ensuring that the UK can play a leading role in scientific