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5G drives biggest telecoms deal in years

There seemed no love lost between Marcelo Claure and John Legere, a pair of chief executives who sniped at each other incessantly – on Twitter, at public events, even in ads. But behind the scenes, the two telecommunications

First 5G devices will be hotspots, not phones

The US’s two biggest mobile network operators, AT&T and Verizon Communications, have conceding that phones won’t be available in time for the launch of fifth-generation mobile service this year, plan instead

The data war behind net neutrality

In the social and political saga surrounding the question of network neutrality, what is often overlooked is the data war going on behind the scenes. The real fuel behind the debate is the enormous volume of data we generate

Netflix is killing the pay-TV industry

The future of television just got a little clearer. An hour after America’s Comcast said its Esquire cable network will shut down, a sign of flagging interest in traditional pay TV, Netflix reported its biggest quarter ever, beating

AT&T to buy Time Warner for more than $80bn

Time Warner has agreed to be acquired by AT&T in a stock and cash transaction that values the entertainment conglomerate at US$86bn, according to a person familiar with the negotiations. Investors will get up to $110/share

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