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What’s happening in the world of Huawei

This week we have seen some unprecedented decision from the US government, specially targeting China’s biggest firm Huawei The US has put Huawei on the black list of companies not to do business with, once the word got out Google released a statement saying that they will no longer support any of Huawei Android phone…

Security breach found in WhatsApp

A very popular app called WhatsApp used by millions used in both Android and IPhone has had a breach in its software; this breach doesn’t affect the end to end encryption between users but the phone itself, the spyware is initiated simply by calling that users whether the user picks up or not WhatsApp released…

Another Lovely Testimonial

Working the Samaritans is very rewarding, knowing that our work contributes so much and then receiving this lovely testimonial from our friends of the Northampton Samaritans has been well received from us all at GT-Systems Samaritans is a unique charity dedicated to reducing feelings of isolation and disconnection that can lead to suicide. Contact the…

World’s first block-chain based phone

Taiwanese electronics giant ‘Foxconn’ has currently have a joint venture with a mobile phone manufacturer to develop the first $1000 Blockchain smartphone codename ‘Finney’ This phone will be first in its type to have all the blockchain experience embedded into one device without the need for a separate USB device. With a business start-up of $158m,…

Internet turns 30 today

The internet turns 30 years old today, the inventor Sir Tim Laid wanted the world to be interconnected and for free with no restrictions, but over the past few years, Sir Tim has noticed several warning signs, one of which is a vast amount of companies offering free content or software to gain personal information.…

Happy New Year 2019

Wishing you all a Happy New Year from all of us from GT-Systems   Why don’t you contact us to arrange a chat and we gladly help in your IT world for 2019 and beyond – Contact Us

O2 Outage – The Cause

During the 6th December 2018, O2 and many other operators than use the O2 network suffered major outages leaving millions of customers with no communications. Many rumors started to spread saying the company’s networks have been hacked or compromised, O2 quiet quickly squashed that rumor saying that they were not hacked. 24 hours later a…