News highlights – 24 April

Written by on April 25, 2017 in News with 0 Comments

News highlights for 24 April

Recording artist REUTERS/Benoit Tessier teams with Atom, the app based bank

Atom is the latest foray into digital technology for, the rapper-turned-entrepreneur who has launched a smartwatch with Deutsche Telekom and partnered with tech giants Apple and Intel. Read more…

Interpol finds 9,000 servers infected, in Asia alone

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – An anti-cybercrime operation by Interpol and investigators from seven southeast Asian nations revealed nearly 9,000 malware-laden servers and hundreds of compromised websites in the ASEAN region, Interpol said on Monday. Read more…

EU countries do not like 25 year minimum for spectrum licenses

(Reuters) – Germany and Italy are among 15 European Union member states pushing back against a proposal to set a 25-year minimum on wireless spectrum licenses, thwarting the telecoms industry’s hopes for a more coordinated approach across the bloc. Read more…

Future of the internet, Pai ready to unveil net neutrality plans

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission is expected to unveil his strategy this week to overturn landmark 2015 net neutrality rules, a move that will kickoff a new battle over the future of the internet. Read more…

Now, even the elevator is connected

HANOVER, Germany (Reuters) – Thyssenkrupp sees the connection of elevators to the internet potentially lifting its profits by a double-digit million-euro amount, the head of its elevator business told Reuters in an interview. Read more…

For the first time, Verizon loses subscribers

Verizon today turned in financial results of a nightmare first quarter of 2017 that saw the nation’s top wireless carrier shed more than 300,000 postpaid subscribers. This marks the first time Verizon has ever recorded a net loss in customer subscriptions. Read more…

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