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EDITORIAL: In 2015, security will start with the handset.

Contactless Intelligence Weekly News Review Editorial – Week 51 2014:

It’s that time again, when I find myself typing the last editorial post of the year. 1,151 more words


ITU, GSMA and Internet Society unite in fight against Ebola

November 4, 2014

Busan, South Korea: At the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference in Busan, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the GSMA and the Internet Society (ISOC), announced that they are joining forces to fight against Ebola. 549 more words

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EU digital chief tries to maintain single digital market momentum

European member states may be keen to water down current net neutrality proposals and push back against the centralization of radio spectrum policy in the EU, but new digital single market chief Andrus Ansip isn’t having any of it. 464 more words

NSA spies on carriers to break call encryption, report suggests

The NSA spies on the internal emails and documents of major mobile carriers and their industry body, the GSM Association, according to an article published Thursday by The Intercept. 329 more words

Mobile Money for the Unbanked (MMU) Leadership Forum

Almost 100 industry leaders and senior policymakers from 22 countries participated in the MMU Leadership Forum. On the sixth forum, the theme was “Building Sound and Inclusive Financial Ecosystems through Mobile Money”. 245 more words


F. Gaudry-Perkins: Mobile and Health, where do we stand ?

“This brings us to the one of the biggest challenges in mobile Health : its ability to scale up. There is tremendous amounts of small projects and pilots that are showing great evidence, but everyone needs to move to the next stage”

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More mobile broadband spectrum needed for APAC economic growth

Rising demand for broadband will spur economies in the Asia-Pacific region (APAC).

According to a new GSMA report, increased broadband connections in APAC will generate US$1.2 trillion of GDP growth and create up to 35 million new jobs by 2020. 357 more words