Comcast Eyes Launching Own Mobile Network

USA cable TV operator, Comcast, a company regularly blasted for its customer care policies, is reportedly eyeing up entering the mobile phone market.


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Verizon Mulls Takeover Bid for Yahoo
USA based Verizon could be considering a take-over bid for ailing search engine giant, Yahoo, the company's CEO has confirmed. more

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ADB, IFC to Help Extend Mobile Telecom Services Across Myanmar
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Google Balloon Internet to Launch in Sri Lanka Next Month
The Sri Lankan government has said that it plans to buy a 25 percent stake in the local arm of Google's Project Loon to deliver internet connectivity via balloons. more

Smartphone Users Spend as Much Time on Entertainment as Texting
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Apple shipped two-thirds of all smart watches in 2015
Apple dominated the smart watch market in 2015, accounting for over 12 million units and two-thirds of all shipments according to Canalys estimates. more

Comcast Eyes Launching Own Mobile Network
USA cable TV operator, Comcast, a company regularly blasted for its customer care policies, is reportedly eyeing up entering the mobile phone market. more

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Verizon, Sequans Announce LTE CAT M Chipset Acceleration for IoT
Sequans Communications and Verizon have announced joint activities to accelerate commercial realization of Category M (CAT M) LTE products based on the coming Release 13 of the 3GPP LTE standard. more

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Vodafone NZ Criticised in Customer Care Survey
In an industry that's all about telecommunications, Consumer NZ members find it hard to get the big players to answer the phone. more

Phantom cell phone signals -- who hears them and why?
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Two in Five Wearable Devices Will Be Enabled for Wireless Charging by 2020
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Moody's: SK Telecom's 2015 results in line with expectations
Moody's Investors Service says that SK Telecom's 2015 results were largely in line with the company's A3 issuer and senior unsecured bond ratings. The ratings outlook remains stable. more

Russian telcos under pressure from rising competition and weakening economy
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Telefónica Deutschland Ditching Base and E-Plus Brands
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World's first LTE Licensed-Assisted Access over-the-air trial
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Chip could bring deep learning to mobile devices
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Samsung and Apple Continue to Lead as Top Global Semiconductor Customers in 2015
Samsung Electronics and Apple together consumed $59 billion of semiconductors in 2015, an increase of $0.8 billion from 2014. more

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Apple Ends 2015 as Leading Smartphone Brand in U.S. & China
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