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  2. Google Pay Send - Wikipedia

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    Google Pay Send, previously known as Google Wallet, was a peer-to-peer payments service developed by Google before its merger into Google Pay.It allowed people to send and receive money from a mobile device or desktop computer.

  3. Global surveillance - Wikipedia

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    AT&T. In a joint operation with the NSA, the American telecommunications corporation AT&T operates Room 641A in the SBC Communications building in San Francisco to spy on Internet traffic. The CIA pays AT&T more than US$10 million a year to gain access to international phone records, including those of U.S. citizens.

  4. History of mobile phones - Wikipedia

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    In 1949, AT&T commercialized Mobile Telephone Service. From its start in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1946, AT&T introduced Mobile Telephone Service to one hundred towns and highway corridors by 1948. Mobile Telephone Service was a rarity with only 5,000 customers placing about 30,000 calls each week. Calls were set up manually by an operator and ...

  5. E-governance - Wikipedia

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    E-governance to Employee partnership (G2E) Is one of four main primary interactions in the delivery model of E-governance. It is the relationship between online tools, sources, and articles that help employees to maintain the communication with the government and their own companies.

  6. Screwdriver - Wikipedia

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    The screwdriver depended entirely on the screw, and it took several advances to make the screw easy enough to produce to become popular and widespread. The most popular door hinge at the time was the butt-hinge, but it was considered a luxury. The butt-hinge was handmade, and its constant motion required the security of a screw.

  7. The Weinstein Company - Wikipedia

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    The Weinstein Company (usually credited or abbreviated as TWC) was an American independent film studio, founded in New York City by Bob and Harvey Weinstein in 2005. TWC was one of the largest mini-major film studios in North America prior to the firing of Harvey Weinstein following allegations of sexual harassment and assault against him, as well as financial troubles that followed.

  8. Singtel - Wikipedia

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    Singtel's customer's data, including NRIC, date of birth, name, contact number and address. 12900 customers Bank account info of former Singtel employees. 28 employees Credit card details of staff of a cooperate customers with Singtel mobile lines. 45 staffs Information of enterprises. 23 enterprises

  9. Internet Protocol television - Wikipedia

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    Service providers such as AT&T (which makes extensive use of wireline home networking as part of its AT&T U-verse IPTV service) have expressed support for the work done in this direction by ITU-T, which has adopted Recommendation G.hn (also known as G.9960), which is a next-generation home networking standard that specifies a common PHY/MAC ...