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VodafoneZiggo CEO calls for Dutch govt to open up 3.5 GHz band for mobile
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Jeroen Hoencamp, CEO of VodafoneZiggo, had called for a nation digitalisation summit, less regulation and the complete release of the 3.5 GHz band for 5G networks in the Netherlands. At a debate organised by VodafoneZiggo with politicians and industry leaders, the CEO...
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GSMA Proposes Regulatory Reforms to Modernise Chile’s Digital Ecosystem
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SANTIAGO, Chile--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The GSMA today published a new report, ‘Keys to the Modernisation of Digital Ecosystem Regulation in Chile’, which outlines the impact of the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ and digital economy on current regulation, which is becoming increasingly obsolete. The study presents...
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Summary Zynga is starting to produce strong financial results. The recent rally in the stock hasn't priced in the return to growth for the game developer. The stock trades below multiple of industry giants despite the potential for faster growth. To no...
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Kevin Chou joins the board at Critical Force
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Critical Force has attracted a new very important board member. Kevin Chou is one of the most influential persons in the esports market. He is the founder and CEO of the Korean Silicon Valley Esports (KSV) organization. KSV has acquired the franchising...
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O2 opens 2018 graduate scheme on a mobile app
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Graduates can apply for roles with the Debut app from the App Store and Play Store O2 has opened its 2018 graduate programme today (Nov 23) becoming the first UK company to offer a fully mobile native application process. Applications can be...
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JAM trinity helped government save $10 billion leak: Modi
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New Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said it must be ensured that digital space doesn’t become a playground for forces of terror and radicalisation and that the Jan Dhan Yojna, Aadhaar and Mobile trinity (JAM) had helped the government save...
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