Luanda - The Angolan engineer Rui Santos on Wednesday said he has created a ultraviolet ray-based equipment that eliminates microorganisms.
Luanda- The massification and digital inclusion, with the free distribution of the Internet signal to citizens, through the Angola Online programme, is one of the main purposes of the Institute of the Advancement of the Information Society (INFOSI).
Luanda - The Angola Online project has provided free internet access to 30,000 people at the 111 points set up in the country, the Minister of Telecommunications, Information Technologies and Media (MTTICS), Manuel Homem said Tuesday in Luanda.
Luanda - About six hundred companies have been set up from March to the present date, via the platform of the Electronic Public Services (SEPE) portal, the Minister of Telecommunications and Information Technology and Media, Manuel Homem said Tuesday in Luanda.
Luanda - At least 77 percent of the cyber attacks in Angola are caused by e-mails, said Wednesday the head of the legal office of the telecomunication company (Angola Cables),Nadia Ribeiro.
Luanda - The minister of Telecommunications, Information Technologies and Media, Manuel Homem, assured last Friday that the ministerial departments will continue to receive technological tools aimed at facilitating public services across the country.
The Angolan Institute of Communications has said it has learned of an attack on national mobile telephone operators in the last few hours, and warns users not to pick or return any calls from unknown international numbers.
Luanda - China's telecommunications multinational, Huawei, expressed its commitment to continue investing and making its services available to customers around the world.
Luanda - The minister of Telecommunications, Information Technologies and Social Communication Wednesday in Luanda spoke of the need for the companies of the sector to adopt modern, profit-making and operational models of management, to support the country?s social and economic development.