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    Maciej Biegajewski

    Pasjonat technologii mobilnych i ich zastosowania w życiu codziennym. W swojej karierze pomagał bezpiecznie wdrażać i zarządzań urządzenia mobilne do małych i średnich przedsiębiorstw, a obecnie ułatwia pracownikom pracę zdalną przy użyciu narzedzi do real time communication. Od podszewki zna problemy i potrzeby użytkowników smartfonów związane z dostępem do sieci, efektywnym wykorzystaniem narzędzi mobilnych w pracy oraz dbaniem o komfort i ochronę prywatności.

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  • NOTEL Poland will carry out 5G measurements in Poland using Drive Test

    NOTEL Poland will carry out 5G measurements in Poland using Drive Test0

    Between 26-30.10.2020, NOTEL Poland specialists will carry out measurements of mobile network quality in Poland using the Drive Test method. The aim is to test the 5G services offered by Polish mobile operators. The tests will be conducted in Warsaw, Łódź, and Wrocław. The company informs that the scope of these measurements will include the

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  • Apple unveils four iPhone 12 models with 5G support

    Apple unveils four iPhone 12 models with 5G support0

    During its virtual event on Tuesday, Apple finally announced the first iPhone models with 5G support. iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro will be available for pre-sale from 16 October in more than 30 countries, and will reach stores a week later. Orders for the iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max begin on

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  • Worldwide PC shipments rebound after an early pandemic surge

    Worldwide PC shipments rebound after an early pandemic surge0

    According to a report by a technology market analyst firm, Canalys, PC producers shipped 79 million units in Q3 of 2020 alone. It’s a 13% year-on-year increase, with Lenovo far outnumbering the competition. When we analyse the overall number of desktop, laptop, and workstation shipments, we can observe that Acer recorded the largest growth. In

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  • Google Meet is introducing breakout rooms to its education customers

    Google Meet is introducing breakout rooms to its education customers0

    Google’s video-communication service has announced breakout rooms – a new feature that will initially only be available to its G Suite Enterprise for Education users. This new addition will allow teachers and educators to divide their classes into smaller groups to carry out projects or topical discussions.  Google will let users create up to 100

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