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As previously rumoured, the European Commission has decided to stay out of the Virgin Media merger with O2 UK on the grounds that...

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Anne Munition was born for this era. She has been streaming on Twitch since early on, and it’s been about 6.5 years now. She...

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Ofcom is pretty pleased with the progress Openreach has made in separating itself from parent company BT but is still receiving complaints from...

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In just the past 12 months, over $2.2 billion has been funneled into tech companies building workflow automation solutions. This isn’t a bubble....

2021 will be the beginning of the end of mobile data...

Telecoms.com periodically invites expert third parties to share their views on the industry’s most pressing issues. In this piece Martin Morgan, VP Marketing...

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Altice accepts defeat in Cogeco takeover saga – Telecoms.com

Altice USA will not continue to pursue an acquisition of Canada’s Cogeco, having failed to win over its major shareholder before its  C$11.1...

ProBeat: Google will eventually sell ads against your financial data

Google this week unveiled a major redesign of Google Pay for Android and iOS. The app is meant to take on not just...

BuzzFeed reckons it can do a better job with HuffPost than...

Meandering US telco group Verizon has finally got rid of a media property it was always ill-suited to own. HuffPost was the flagship property...

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A lot happened in video games this week. Capcom got hacked. Jim Ryan isn’t aware of any complaints about storage. Nintendo’s lawyers were...

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