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What 5G will bring to the global economy?

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It is not an easy time to be an internationalist, to seek global solutions to global problems amid what feels like one of history’s periodic inclinations toward divisiveness. Yet, ironically, we’re on the verge of a new age of inter-connectivity, when the daily lives of people across the planet will be

The best apps for Android / iOS

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The best apps for Android / iOS Most downloaded apps for Android and iOS From strategically finding love, to helping researchers search for extraterrestrial life - there is quite literally an app for almost anything these days. It is therefore no surprise that apps have become one of the largest consumer ecosystems

Common chargers for mobile phones and tablets in Europe

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The European Parliament calls on the Commission to put forward beefed-up rules on common chargers by July 2020 at the latest. There is an “urgent need for EU regulatory action” to reduce electronic waste and empower consumers to make sustainable choices, MEPs say in a resolution approved by 582 votes to

Roaming Fees dropped in the South-Eastern Europe

Starting 1.7.2019, citizens and businesses in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo* and Serbia will pay less while using their mobile phones when they are roaming within the region. Consumers will see a substantial reduction of their roaming charges within the region, with calls becoming up to eight times

Which media technology is the most omnipresent?

tatistically speaking, over 50% of people are consuming media in some form at this given moment. In fact, the latest data shows that Americans spend over 12 hours per day consuming media in various forms. This means that people spend more time consuming media than they do working or sleeping – a prolific insight

EU Roaming: a successful story

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rom 15 June 2017 on, using your mobile phone anywhere in the EU will cost you the same as at home. The long-awaited end to roaming charges within the EU was agreed upon by the Council of the EU and the European Parliament two years ago. The Parliament played a

2015 ITC development index – Korea ranked 1st, Montenegro 65th

nited Nations' specialized agency for information and communication technologies ITU has published annual Measuring the Information Society Report. The report reveals that 3.2 billion people are now online, representing 43.4% of the global population, while mobile-cellular subscriptions have reached almost 7.1 billion worldwide, with over 95% of the global population now covered by

Q&A: Circular Economy Package – EU

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he European Commission adopted an ambitious new Circular Economy Package to help European businesses and consumers to make the transition to a stronger and more circular economy where resources are used in a more sustainable way. The proposed actions will contribute to "closing the loop" of product lifecycles through greater

Instant payments across the EU by November 2017

he Euro Retail Payments Board (ERPB), a group chaired by the European Central Bank that brings together associations of providers and users of payment services, has invited the European Payments Council, a body representing the payment service providers in Europe, to develop a scheme for instant payments in euro by

Council: End of roaming charges in mid-2017

The Latvian presidency reached a provisional deal with the European Parliament on new rules to end mobile phone roaming fees and safeguard open internet access, also known as net neutrality rules. For the Council, the agreement still has to be confirmed by member states. End of roaming fees in mid-2017 Under the agreement, roaming surcharges in the

Common charger for all mobile phones

A common charger should be developed for all mobile phones sold in the EU, to reduce waste, costs and hassle for users, said MEPs voting on an update to EU radio equipment laws. This draft has already been informally agreed with the Council of Ministers. "The modernised Radio Equipment Directive is

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