Nokia and Omdia have released a new report that says 5G will bring trillions of dollars worth of economic and social value to Latin America by 2035. The report highlights next steps for the region.
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The UK government has announced the Tech for Growth programme which aims to boost financial services in the Global South using technology. In the first year, the programme will focus on Africa.
Facebook has commissioned three reports that found it'll generate $200 billion USD economic growth combined from three regions around the world. Its efforts are directed at getting people online.
After decreasing its streaming quality in Europe for 30 days due to increased internet traffic, Netflix is now taking the same steps in Australia, India, and some Latin American countries.
YouTube Premium and YouTube Music are now available in more territories including India, South Africa, and Latin America. Plus, the premium service comes with a free subscription for a limited period.
Netflix's Chief Content Officer, Ted Sarados, has announced that the company will increase content spending by a further $1 billion next year - raising the total to a huge $7 billion.
Interested buyers of LG's latest flagship smartphone in Latin America will be disappointed to know that the company will not be selling the Snapdragon 820-powered variant in those markets.
A Spanish website has received reports from multiple owners of the Microsoft Lumia 535 in Latin American countries saying that they have been upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.29.
According to a credible report, Apple is looking to significantly expand its retail locations in Latin America, the first step being a new Apple Store coming soon in Mexico City.
Microsoft says that a new report from IDC shows that the Windows Phone OS was the second most widely used mobile operating platform in Latin America in the second quarter of 2013.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has confirmed that the company's new Lumia family of Windows Phone-based smartphones will launch in Latin American countries in the first quarter of 2012.
Microsoft has opened a new technology center in Mexico City, Mexico which will be used to help train over 2,300 software developers. It will be the first such Microsoft tech center in Latin America.
Netflix has announced that its users in Canada and Latin America can link their accounts to Facebook, but that US Facebook users won't have that feature due to an obscure 1980's law.
Netflix has announced it has begun expanding its streaming video service to 43 more countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Netflix has been gaining more and more subscribers to its streaming video business but so far that growth has mostly come from the US market where it launched in 2007. In 2010 it expanded into...