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Italian average broadband speed up 13% to 9.2 Mbps in Q1

Italy has improved its average broadband speed by around 13 percent over the past year and over 6 percent on a quarterly basis to reach 9.2 Mbps, according to the results of Akamai Technologies’ State of the Internet report corresponding to the first quarter of 2017. Peak connection speeds increased by 40 percent year on year to 51.0 Mbps on…

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Bosnia-Herzegovina ends 2016 with 663,000 internet users

Bosnia and Herzegovina ended 2016 with 663,785 subscribers of internet services, according to the annual report from the Regulatory Communications Agency (RAK). READ MORE: 4G unlikely to arrive in Bosnia before 2018 The internet penetration rate in the country amounted to 82.398 percent. The dominant broadband access technology was xDSL with 58.04 percent of the total, followed by cable with 32.18…

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Google introduces buy button in search results

Google has introduced a Purchases on Google beta program which allows qualifying merchants to add a “Buy” button to search adds. Merchants who both choose to take part in, and qualify for, the beta program will be able to include a “Buy on Google” button at the top of their product ads. Purchasing a product from Google search requires being…

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Chatbots Market Growing at a CAGR of 35.2% During 2016 to 2021

“Increasing penetration of websites and mobile applications is the major factor expected to drive the growth of the chatbots market” The smart advisors/ mobile applications market size is estimated to be USD 703.3 million in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 3,172.0 million by 2021, at a CAGR of 35.2% from 2016 to 2021, due to the strong need to…

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Smartphone Obsession Grows with 25% of Millennials Spending More Than 5 Hours Per Day on the Phone

A new study released by B2X, the leading provider of customer care for smart mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, found that global consumers’ dependence on their smartphones continues to grow, while they also rapidly adopt a new generation of IoT devices. Accordingly, consumers continue to pay more and more for their smartphones, and fast and easy access to…

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How important is the internet to you?

Would you consider giving up alcohol, chocolate or exercise in order to stay online? According to Cable.co.uk’s latest poll, most people would. 68% of those asked would give up alcohol before they surrendered their internet connection. Women are more willing to go teetotal, it seems, with 75% ready to give up the booze compared to 61% of men. In total,…

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Internet Above The Clouds – From Now On, Lufthansa And Austrian Airlines Will Offer High Speed Internet On Many Of Their Short- And Medium-Haul Flights

Unlimited surfing and streaming in the skies over Europe – from now on, this will be the reality on many Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines aircraft. Internet access will also be available on Eurowings flights in a few weeks’ time. Up to now, 19 Lufthansa A320 family fleet aircraft, as well 31 Austrian Airlines and 29 Eurowings aircraft have been fitted…

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More than 2/3 of the French web traffic is generated from a mobile or a tablet

Médiamétrie publishes a report on the distribution of site visits by screen and a mobile operating systems for March 2017. More than 55% of the sites measured by the eStat Web solution are visited from a mobile phone, up by 0.8 point since December 2016. Internet visits from tablets also increase and generate more than 12% Of visits in March,…

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Germans can expect 300 Mbit speed provided by Telekom from 2018 onwards

Walter Goldenits, Telekom CTO, has been in office for 100 days now and this is his interview published on YouTube. Mr. Goldenits gave an insight into his work and what is going to happen in the coming years in Telekom’s fixed and mobile network. It should be noted, however, that the questions were asked not by a journalist, but by a…

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67% of websites displayed unreliable Flights pricing

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (11 Apr) welcomed a European Commission study which revealed that two thirds of more than 350 travel comparison and booking websites checked were displaying unreliable pricing, which will now be the subject of EU enforcement procedures. The European Commission and EU consumer protection authorities launched a coordinated screening of 352 price comparison and travel booking…

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