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Sprint Buys Stake in Tidal Music Service to Bolster Popularity

Mobile phone carrier Sprint is buying 33% of pop star Jay Z’s Tidal and will offer the service to its 45 million subscribers, giving the also-ran music company a potentially huge lift in its battle against Apple Music, Spotify and other contenders. 376 more words

Tech

Managing IT - One Way to Reduce Inconvenience and Cost

It’s probably safe to assume you know that managing information technology (IT) is a critical element of running a successful business.

When it comes to IT, one thing you might not be aware of is “hyperconvergence.” 640 more words

Telecommunications

Trump Reportedly Picks Fierce Net Neutrality Opponent to Head FCC

Two year old federal net neutrality rules, which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or slowing websites and online services, could be an early casualty of the new Trump administration. 502 more words

Tech

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 verdict out on January 23

It’s official! Samsung Electronics will be announcing the findings of its investigation report of the Galaxy Note 7 in a press conference in Seoul, South Korea, on January 23, 2017, 9am.

Mobile

Jio 4G won't be free after March 31 but it will be cheaper than expected: Report

Currently Jio 4G users are enjoying free service, which includes free data and free calls, as part of Reliance Happy New Year Offer. This offer, as specified by the company earlier, will end on March 31. 434 more words

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Technology, Media and Telecommunication (TMT) Dramatic $700 Billion Impact

The savvy CEOs anticipate that trends in 2017 are likely to follow the path of disruptive events in 2016.

Change is the norm. Digital technology will continue to have a dramatic impact on legacy players in the marketplace. 346 more words

Telecommunications

Cuba Sees Explosion in Internet Access

Two days before Christmas, Luis Gonzalez received a little Chinese modem from Cuba’s state-owned telecommunications company.

The 55-year-old theater producer connected the device to his phone and his laptop computer, which instantly lit up with a service unimaginable in the Cuba of just a few years ago — relatively fast home internet. 553 more words

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