News highlights – 2 November 2017

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News highlights for 2 November 2017

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Regulator says Slim can start charging rivals

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s telecommunications regulator said on Thursday that billionaire Carlos Slim’s America Movil could start charging local rivals for mobile calls to its network for the first time since a 2014 sector reform. Read more…

Telefonica publishes the IoT report – for you

Madrid – Telefónica presented the report Things Matter, a study on Internet of Things (IoT) focused on the user. This study looks at the reality of IoT in Spain through surveys, in-depth interviews and the direct experience of those interviewed with IoT solutions or connected things, connected vehicles and luggage, trackers for pets and smart dressing rooms. Read more…

Welcome to Friday Futures, the blue sky future of tech

If you think the industry is being disrupted now, wait til you see what the next wave of disruption has in store. Which brings us to this – the first instalment of Friday Futures, a weekly compendium of stories from around the web to provide you with a glimpse of The Future that is being hammered out by boffins worldwide. Read more…

Trump Twitter account fired by fired staffer

For a few minutes on Thursday afternoon, Pacific Time, the Twitter account of US President Donald J. Trump ceased to exist – sensationally deleted by a Twitter staffer on their last day of work, we’re told. Read more…

Amazon ends fresh food deliveries – in some places

(Reuters) – Inc is ending its Fresh grocery delivery service for select areas, though it continues to operate in more than a dozen cities from Los Angeles to Tokyo, it said in a statement on Thursday. Read more…

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