Per Vodafone, ad esempio, la misura riguarda "accordi aventi ad oggetto l'acquisto di beni e servizi per la realizzazione e la gestione di reti di comunicazione elettronica basate sulla tecnologia 5G", mentre per Fastweb "l'informativa notificata dalla società relativa all'acquisto dalla società Zte Corporation degli apparati relativi alle componenti radio per la realizzazione dell'ultima tratta della rete 5G Fwa (fisso-mobile)". Passando a TIM, l'esercizio dei poteri speciali riguarda "l’informativa notificata dalla società TIM S.p.a. relativa agli accordi conclusi prima del 26 marzo relativi ad apparati e sistemi di comunicazione rispetto ai quali la tecnologia 5G può essere considerata una naturale evoluzione". Chiudiamo con Wind Tre per la quale la prescrizione ha ad oggetto "gli accordi stipulati con la società Huawei, aventi ad oggetto l’acquisto di beni e servizi per la realizzazione e la gestione di reti di comunicazione … [Read more...] about Il 5G in Italia: copertura, operatori, disponibilità e prezzi
The test uses Abbott’s small, portable ID NOW platform, and doesn’t have to be sent to a central lab for analysis. Instead, it can be done directly in an emergency room or urgent care clinic, which could cut down on the days-long wait time some patients now face for test results. Doctors could take a swab from a patient’s nose or throat and insert it directly into the machine, and have results within 15 minutes (it can take up to 13 minutes if the sample is negative for the virus). … [Read more...] about A new COVID-19 test can return results in 5 minutes
Many of the neighborhoods where people of color and immigrants live have more air pollution, which can be deadly during outbreaks of a virus that affects the lungs. For instance, Latinos are over 51 percent more likely to live in counties with dangerous levels of smog than non-Hispanic whites. That can lead to chronic conditions such as asthma that make someone especially vulnerable to COVID-19. Pollution has also been linked to heart disease; people with serious heart conditions are also at higher risk of getting seriously sick from COVID-19. … [Read more...] about Migrants aren’t to blame for COVID-19
In the video, he advises people to spend as little time in the grocery store as possible, to wipe down shopping carts with disinfectant, and to go shopping for those older than 60 years old, as they might have a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, according to the Centers for Prevention and Disease Control (CDC). … [Read more...] about Viral video advises washing fruit and vegetables with soap. Here’s why that’s a bad idea.
Canonical's enforcement of the trademark for Ubuntu put egg on the company's face last week when it went after a website critical of its approach to user privacy. A website called "Fix Ubuntu," which provides instructions for disabling an Internet search mechanism in the Ubuntu operating system, received a letter asking it to change its domain name and stop using the Ubuntu logo. The website is run by Micah Lee, a technologist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the EFF quickly informed Canonical that "the First Amendment fully protects the use of trademarked terms and logos in non-commercial websites that criticize and comment upon corporations and products." … [Read more...] about Ubuntu’s trademark folly fueled by confusion over law, EFF says