Mobile to account for 75% of internet use – Business Insider


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Mobile to account for 75% of internet use
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The firm projects that at the current rate of growth, mobile devices will account for 75% of all internet use in 2017 globally and 79% in 2018. As mobile becomes increasingly important to the online experience, brands and businesses will need to ensure
International Business: Seventy-five percent of internet use in 2017 …Gulf Digital News
Zenith forecasts 75 percent of internet usage will be mobile in 2017 …Business Review
Seeing lots of ads on your tablet and phone? Get ready for even moreDigital Trends
Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog) –Zenith Media Canada
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Ecuador is restricting Julian Assange’s access to the internet – Business Insider


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Ecuador is restricting Julian Assange's access to the internet
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The foreign ministry in a statement Tuesday said that while it stands by its decision in 2012 to grant Assange asylum, it doesn't interfere in foreign elections. Leftist President Rafael Correa's government said it was acting on its own and not ceding
Ecuador: We have 'temporarily restricted' Assange's internetNew Zealand Herald
US denies it urged Ecuador to unplug Assange's internet accessBusiness Standard
Julian Assange's internet access cut, claims WikileaksComputer Business Review
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The U.S. government no longer controls the internet – Business Insider


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The U.S. government no longer controls the internet
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This community validated the multistakeholder model of Internet governance. It has shown that a governance model defined by the inclusion of all voices, including business, academics, technical experts, civil society, governments and many others is the
Stewardship of IANA Functions Transitions to Global Internet Community as Contract with U.S. Government Ends – ICANNIcann

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The US government no longer controls the internet – Business Insider


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The US government no longer controls the internet
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This community validated the multistakeholder model of Internet governance. It has shown that a governance model defined by the inclusion of all voices, including business, academics, technical experts, civil society, governments and many others is the
US to give up control of the internet's 'address book' after years of debateThe Guardian
Who Controls The Internet? US Government Hands Over Control To ICANNInternational Business Times
The Internet Finally Belongs to EveryoneWIRED
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AT&T invented a way to use power lines to deliver super-fast wireless internet – Business Insider


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AT&T invented a way to use power lines to deliver super-fast wireless internet
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AT&T says it has developed a new technology it calls AirGig, which links up to standard power lines and uses a special transmitter to deliver super-fast gigabit internet wirelessly. The project is only in its early test phases for now, and AT&T hasn't
AT&T might have just complicated the future of internetDallas Business Journal (blog)

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Ping An sees internet business as key to future growth – South China Morning Post


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Ping An sees internet business as key to future growth
South China Morning Post
On the internet auto side of the business, Ping An bought a 47.4 per cent stake in mainland online company AutoHome for US$1.6 billion from Australia's Telstra in June. Tan said Ping An wants to provide not just information on car sales, but also loans