Mobile industry association the GSMA has warned that high spectrum licence fees are choking economic growth in developing countries. In a new report publish this week, titled Spectrum Pricing in Developing
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Google will be fined about €4.3-billion by the European Union over apps for Android mobile devices, setting a global record for antitrust penalties, according to a person familiar with the EU decision
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Entrepreneur Thabo Molefe - better known as Tbo Touch - will launch a video-on-demand streaming platform later this year called THD. The platform will showcase original South African - and African
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Harry Pokrandt spent the last year scouring the Earth for real estate with two main characteristics. He needed cold weather, to keep his computer servers cool, and cheap electricity, to keep them running 24 hours a day.
In this episode of the podcast, Duncan McLeod interviews Stripe co-founder John Collison, who in 2016 became the youngest dollar billionaire in the world. Collison, who founded Stripe with is brother Patrick, talks
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Netflix stunned Wall Street by attracting fewer subscribers than expected last quarter, renewing concerns that the video-streaming service has become an investment bubble. The shares plunged as much as 15%.
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Facebook bestrides the Earth. It attracts nearly 1.5 billion users a day, commands a fifth of global online advertising revenue and has a market capitalisation that exceeds the GDP of many countries. But breaking it up is the wrong approach.
Clad in jeans and a gray sweatshirt, Amy Hood stands before a room of 140 Microsoft recruits. The feeling in the air is a bit like the first day of school, and new hires are taking selfies outside in front of a big Microsoft logo.