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Find out the week’s top mobile stories from around the world.
This week.. the ‘First 5G mobile net connection’ has been claimed by Qualcomm, 5G is set to give a boost to European mobile business, are telcos providing your number, wearables add security to voice activated devices and much more…
Qualcomm has demonstrated mobile internet speeds of 1Gbps using a 5G smartphone chip…
Senior Customer Success Manager Linden Dawson shares her takeaways from the International Association of Privacy Professionals ANZ Summit in Sydney, and how marketers can stay on the right side of the “creepy line” when personalising advertising.
Privacy and the “creepy line” were hot topics of discussion last week at the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) ANZ Summit held in Sydney. We’re all familiar with the creepy factor online at this point; we’ve all searched for a pair of shoes or a piece of furniture only to be stalked around the Internet for the next few days with banners for those items showing up on website after website.
Get the lowdown on all of the upcoming events from MEF and our partners all over the world, including details of exclusive discounts and benefits for MEF Members…
Capacity Europe is the largest annual meeting in Europe for the global carrier community. Uniting voice & data businesses to purchase & sell annual trading agreements and offering new partnership opportunities with OTTs, content and cloud providers, data centres, IXPs and ISPs.
Rob Malcolm, VP Marketing & Online Sales at CLX Communications, here outlines the potential for chat bots to improve customer relationships, as shaped by the pioneering work of financial services companies in bringing the tech to the fore.
In January 2017, a customer agent called Jim set a world record for paying a claim on behalf of the insurance start-up Lemonade.
It took Jim just three seconds to cross reference the claim with the customer’s policy, run anti-fraud algorithms and send wiring instructions to the bank.