Mobile money could make Africa the new boss

Samsung Pay has officially launched in the UK, continuing the evolution of the digital economy, but does this technology have the potential to disrupt the global pecking order?

Freepress says Pai is talking rubbish

Pro-net neutrality lobbyist Freepress has conducted a study on network investments in the Title II era coming to the conclusion net neutrality has not had any adverse effect.

China Telecom connects Asia and Europe

China Telecom Global has announced the launch of 100G service capability via a terrestrial cable system, to allow for big-bandwidth connectivity between Asia and Europe.

Samsung and Intel pounce on battle weary Qualcomm

Intel and Samsung have decided to pile the pressure onto rival Qualcomm with both parties filing amicus briefs backing the Federal Trade Commission’s complaints against the chip giant.

Nokia backs the bot revolution

Nokia has introduced a number of new artificial intelligence-driven offerings, taking another incremental step towards network automation and the widespread use of bots in customer services.

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