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Spotify announces 50 million paid subscribers milestone

On Thursday, announced it has reached the 50 million paid subscribers milestone, growing 25 percent in less than six months and extending the Swedish music streaming service’s lead over its closest rival, Apple Music. This means that Spotify gained 20 million subscribers in a single year, and has is more than twice the audience size of… Read More »

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Nokia, Airtel Join Hands on 5G, IoT Applications

In a strategic move, India’s largest telecom service provider Airtel has joined hands with Finnish telecom equipment manufacturer Nokia for the creation of a strategic roadmap for network evolution to the 5G-technology standard and Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled devices. The two telecommunication giants will build on 4G in terms of power, operations and cost effectiveness… Read More »

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Facebook artificial intelligence to help spot suicidal users

Facebook has unveiled new tools which will make use of artificial intelligence to identify members that may be at risk of killing themselves and help prevent the suicides. While the site already has self-harm prevention features, they rely on users to spot and report friends’ problematic posts. Now, the company is testing AI tech that… Read More »

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Nokia to acquire Deepfield to power network and service automation with real-time, big data analytics

  Nokia is already a major player in the automotive industry providing location intelligence for connected vehicles through HERE. The NGP fund, working closely with HERE, will seek to make investments that also support the growth of the ecosystem around HERE’s mapping and location products and services. Nokia today announced plans to acquire Deepfield, the… Read More »

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Microsoft set to Acquire LinkedIn for $26.2 Billion

Microsoft is buying the professional networking website LinkedIn for $26.2 billion, making it the biggest acquisition the software giant has made up to date. Microsoft will pay $196 a share – a premium of almost 50% to Friday’s closing share price. The deal is Chief Executive Satya Nadella’s latest effort to revitalize Microsoft, which was… Read More »

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Nokia’s Open Innovation Challenge 2016 to develop the Internet of Things for connected automotive, digital health and more

Nokia today launched its Open Innovation Challenge for the fourth year running, focusing now on the Internet of Things (IoT) for public safety, connected automotive, industry 4.0, digital health, utilities, security and smart cities. The challenge is being organized in partnership with private venture firm Nokia Growth Partners, which this year announced a USD 350… Read More »

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What can we expect from Facebook F8?

Facebook’s annual developer conference F8 is starting in San Francisco today. Over the course of the next two days we’re expecting to see a range of announcements coming from the social media giant, including updates to Messenger, Instagram, virtual reality and live video. The main focus, similar to what we saw at Microsoft’s Build last month, is expected… Read More »

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