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Report: AR/VR now a two speed market

AR/VR has become a two speed market, with mobile AR set to have over twice the installed base at launch in 2017 than the entire AR/VR headset market by 2021.…

Vodafone Spain launches Video Pass

Vodafone has launched Vodafone Video Pass in Spain, allowing subscribers to watch unlimited streamed TV without using their data allowance. The Video Pass is priced at €8 for 720p image…

Report: UK broadband, mobile markets ‘concentrated’

The Social Market Foundation (SMF) – an independent, non-partisan think tank – says that big companies in UK sectors such as broadband, mobile telephony and personal banking don’t face enough…

NOS, Vodafone Portugal to share fixed and mobile infrastructure

NOS and Vodafone Portugal have signed a national infrastructure development and sharing agreement, which will allow them to launch commercial offers on the shared network, starting from 2018. According to…

Study: US OTT customer satisfaction on the rise

Pay-TV subscribers in the US are growing increasingly satisfied with OTT streaming TV services versus traditional cable TV, but they also are spending nearly an hour more a week watching…

LatAm mobile market reached 689m lines in Q2

According to Dataxis, Latin American mobile market reached 689.6 million lines in the second quarter of 2017 and generated revenues of $ 16 billion, with a monthly ARPU (average revenue…

RTL: “Global linear TV consumption stable”

European media network, RTL, has launched its latest annual Total Video Key Facts – a television yearbook and interactive database reference on global TV trends. The main findings:…

Liberty Global launches converged connectivity app

Liberty Global launches converged connectivity app

Millions of Liberty Global customers in Europe are to benefit from a new app that will allow them to check their mobile usage, monitor devices connected to their home WiFi…

Google sinks $1.1bn in HTC mobile

Google has agreed to take over staff and assets of smartphone maker HTC for $1.1 billion. Google said the takeover will strengthen its hardware business, including the Pixel smartphones on…

Survey: 58% UK smartphone owners watching video

More than half (53 per cent) of 16-75-year-olds in the UK use their smartphones while walking – the equivalent of around 22 million people – according to the latest research…