According to the newest data from China Mobile, the company now has just over 100 million 4G subscribers. This comes only 14 months after the nation’s top telco switched on China’s first 4G network. Continue Reading »
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By Max Chafkin
“We’re down to the wire here!” a young woman in flowing floral slacks and a crop top barks in the direction of a sound guy, her voice rising urgently. “The speakers aren’t working.” Continue Reading »
The FAA’s long-awaited rules for flying small drones have arrived. Up until today it was illegal to fly drones for commercial purposes unless you had a specific a testing exemption from the FAA.
A question that social scientists and economists have long puzzled over, how corruption arises in different cultures and why it is more prevalent in some countries than others. But finding correlations between corruption and other measures of economic or social activity has always been difficult. Continue Reading »
Condominiums have been the easiest way to get a foothold into the housing market for many first-time homebuyers, a pit stop on the way to a dream home.
We project on them both the worst—they’re all lazy and apathetic!—and the best—they’re all progressive and caring—about our society so Millennials have taken on an almost mythic air in our country. Continue Reading »
A lot of us would love to work from home, and many workers today are lucky enough to be able to take advantage of workplaces that offer a bit of flexibility as to when and where they work. Continue Reading »
Netflix and other streaming services are continuing to have an impact on traditional TV viewing. According to a note from Nomura Research, which is based on recent numbers from Nielsen, total live TV ratings were down 12.7 percent year over year across the networks of major media companies Continue Reading »
Peer-to-peer financing site Lending Club and have put in place a strategic partnership designed to get more U.S. businesses to buy inventory from the alibaba.com’s wholesale marketplace. They will offer a new financial service called the alibaba.com e-Credit Line that will let U.S. companies apply for credit lines for $5,000 to $300,000, which they can then use to make purchases from the e-commerce giant. Continue Reading »
In the same way that it has torn apart newspapers, radio and the postal service, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney worries that technology will disrupt the banking and financial services industry. His biggest concern is governments will fail regulate it until it’s too late - ”an Uber-type situation,” as he said at the World Economic Forum in Davos last week. Continue Reading »