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  • ccording to Moody’s Investors Service, the European telecoms regulatory environment is at an inflection point, as the rating agency expects the telecom regulator will change its focus to stimulating investments, reducing the emphasis on lowering prices. Moody’s expects that the future areas of regulatory focus for EU telecoms such as harmonizing spectrum, reducing telecoms regulation to a level playing field for new entrants and implementing …

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  • Broadband Internet is failing to reach those who could benefit most, with Internet access reaching near saturation in the world’s rich nations but not advancing fast enough to benefit the billions of people living in the developing world, according to the 2015 edition of the State of Broadband report. Released today just ahead of the forthcoming SDG Summit in New York and the parallel meeting …

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  • And such features look set to become the norm as network technologies increasingly get integrated into the transportation sector. Tesla, which has its headquarters in Fremont, Calif. rather than Detroit, is an obvious example. Climb behind the wheel of a Tesla Model S and it’s immediately apparent that technology now plays a big part in auto design. As well as a speedometer, the all-electric sedan …

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  • Recently, a LONG discussion erupted on the Queensland Business Group on Facebook about the merits of a landline for your business, and whether, in this day and age, it is essential for your business to have a landline. Well, the quick answer is that you don’t have to have a landline. Many businesses can and will survive and thrive with just a mobile number. However, …

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  • The automaker is facing an interesting challenger in the sector — Audi has announced it will unveil its all-electric concept SUV at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt next month. The vehicle’s specs show it may be a better bang for the buck when compared to Tesla’s Model S sedan. The SUV will, on a single charge, be able to travel up to 310 miles. …

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