Netflix delivered enough good news on Wednesday to allay concerns about looming competition from Walt Disney and Apple.
Get ready, TV fans, because the next few months are going to be wild. Deep-pocketed giants are spending billions of dollars on so much new streaming content that there will be little reason to leave your couch this summer.
The television network giants went through ratings hell. It’s time for Netflix’s own version of that.
Dimension Data and MultiChoice Group-owned Vast Networks and mobile operator Vodacom are advancing a pilot project to test offloading of the latter’s traffic onto the former’s Wi-Fi network infrastructure.
Media giants are realising what Netflix already knows: streaming is expensive.
A group representing top US mobile service providers disagreed with European and Asian counterparts over alleged security threats from Chinese equipment maker Huawei ahead of a conference that will highlight a US-Europe divide on the issue.
AT&T has been cleared by a judge to take over Time Warner in a $85-billion (R1.1-trillion) deal that will fuel the mobile phone giant’s evolution into a media powerhouse and could spark a wave of new mergers