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WorldRemit racks up $45M with an eye for partnerships

UK firm WorldRemit raised $45 million as it looked to consolidate its position in the ...

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Samsung Galaxy S7 speculation picks up pace

Ahead of its anticipated unveiling at Mobile World Congress, the rumour mill for Samsung’s Galaxy ...


Huawei seeing strong P8 lite sales

Huawei said that its P8 family has recorded more than 16 million shipments, with the ...


Millicom sees Q4 mobile money rise

The excitement of a revenue spurt in Millicom’s mobile money business in Africa was somewhat ...


Nokia to fall short of squeeze-out target

Nokia’s reopened public exchange offer for Alcatel-Lucent shares in the US and France fell short ...

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Telefonica creates new infrastructure company

Telefonica is set to launch Telxius, “a new global company” that will bring together “certain infrastructure assets of the group”. It will be headed by Alberto Horcajo, currently CFO at Telefonica Brasil.


Millicom Q4 hit by weak emerging market economies

Emerging markets player Millicom saw earnings slip in Q4 2015, as the company’s top line ...

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Telenor feels pain of failed Danish deal

The failure of a high-profile merger with rival TeliaSonera in Denmark took a toll on ...

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America Movil takes aim at Mexico regulation, as Q4 profit climbs

America Movil announced a boost in Q4 profit, while using the opportunity to take aim ...


Chinese buyers line up $1.2B Opera deal

Opera Software announced a Chinese consortium is set to buy the company in a deal ...


Video Feature: Glomo Awards Preview

[MUSIC] With a fresh new name for its 21st event, this year's awards at Mobile ...


Visa gives users more power to block transactions

A new Visa service will enable consumers to temporarily stop approval of a suspect transaction ...


India’s Reliance Jio set to benefit from wider VoLTE handset choice

India’s mobile newcomer Reliance Jio may have pushed back its 4G launch multiple times, but ...


Opera intros Android apps subscription service

UPDATED 10/2: Norway-based software company Opera launched a “Netflix-style” subscription service for premium Android apps ...


Russia pushes tax hike on internet giants – report

Russia’s government is pushing to raise taxes on US internet companies such as Google, Apple and ...


Speculation heats up on Opera future

Opera Software delayed the release of its quarterly results, amid speculation that the company may ...

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UK P2P money service Paym passes 3M milestone

Paym, a service offered by 17 leading banks and building societies in the UK that ...

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GSMA unveils IoT security and privacy guidelines

The GSMA released guidelines designed to promote secure Internet of Things (IoT) service development and ...

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Zuckerberg “disappointed” with TRAI ruling in India

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he is “disappointed” with Indian regulator TRAI's decision to restrict programmes that provide free access to data, which will impact Facebook’s Free Basics’ zero rated service.


Android vendors eyeing Ubuntu – Canonical chief

Canonical has received commitments from Android smartphone and tablet makers to ship devices using the ...