Category: Content & Applications


US net neutrality debate set to explode

The political battle lines are being drawn as the FCC deadline for consultation on repeal of regulations that restrict ISP’s ability to favour certain traffic looms.

BT tries to reinvent the phone box

Former UK telecoms monopoly BT has decided it’s time to bring back the phone box in the form of the new InLink public wifi hubs.

Orange uses silver screen to create USP

Every operator needs a USP to make itself prominent. In the UK, BT has sport. In the US, Verizon has dated media brands. Over in France, Orange seems to be making a play for the silver screen.

Google might have been a very naughty boy

Whispers around Brussels tell the industry Google could be on its way to a whopping €1 billion fine from the European Commission after claims it abused its search market dominance.

Yahoo deal deprives Verizon of another $500mn

Verizon execs should be pleased with the discount it seemingly bullied out of Yahoo in recent months, as the company will take a $500 million pre-tax charge relating severance, acquisition and integration costs.

Vodafone stays hands-off on hate speech issue

Vodafone has weighed into the fake news and hate speech saga by redefining its existing policy on advertising transparency and integrity, while at the same time hedging its position.

Microsoft latest to imitate Snapchat with Skype facelift

We’ve often said we’re not too sure what the point of Snapchat is, maybe we’re too old, but they must be doing something right as Microsoft has become the latest tech giant to introduce copycat features.

Apple and Nokia kiss and make up

In a stark contrast to Apple’s usual business activities, the iLeader has settled its litigation disputes with Nokia surprisingly quickly and all is rosy now.

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