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ICTA Provides 23 Free Wi-Fi Zones In Rodrigues

Twenty-three Free Wi-Fi Zones in Rodrigues were launched by the Commissioner for Tourism, Mr. Alain Wong So, and the Chairman of the Information and...

The PNQ On Sniffling, Interception, Monitoring Or Recording Of Internet Traffic

The question of the leader of opposition addressed to the Prime Minister is : Will the Prime Minister state whether he, the secretary to cabinet...

Internet Explorer Is Dead : It’s The End Of An Era, RIP

Microsoft has officially sent Internet Explorer into retirement Remember this day, as Microsoft has officially retired IE, marking the end of a 26-year era for the...

Mauritius Telecom Launches MyT Start-Up For Aspiring Entrepreneurs

In a bid to give a boost to the Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) sector, Mauritius Telecom (MT) launched, today in Port-Louis, a Plug...

Slowdown In Internet Connection Due To Work On The LION/LION 2 Cable

Important works are planned on the part of the submarine cable Lower Indian Ocean Network (LION/LION 2) located in the Nyali lagoon in Kenya,...

PayPal In $45 Billion Bid For Pinterest

On Wednesday, PayPal Holdings Inc has offered to buy digital pin board site Pinterest Inc for $45 billion, a combination that could herald more...

Russia Says Facebook Outage Shows Why It Needs Internet Sovereignty

Russian social networks reported a spike in exercise throughout Monday’s international Facebook (FB.O) outage which Moscow officers stated confirmed that Russia was proper to...

Network Outage: When Big Tech Fails

Why did the social media apps owned by Facebook stop working last night?  Here are 4 good reasons that may explain a global big...

Enter A New Dimension With My.T’s 1 Gbps Home Internet & TV Offer

Mauritius is entering the gigabit era, thanks to Mauritius Telecom. Subscribers of my.t can now surf at speeds of up to 1 Gbps. This...

Free Wi-Fi: 234 Sites Identified In Mauritius And Rodrigues

The Information and Communication Technologies Authority (ICTA) is currently looking for a service provider to offer free internet to the general public in Mauritius...
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