Kavit Majithia - Senior Editor
Kavit joined Mobile World Live in May 2015 and reports across all of MWL’s media services, covering mobile operators, vendors and technology companies. He focuses on a range of topic areas including artificial intelligence, network technology, regulation, M&A and more. Kavit is also an experienced presenter and communications specialist, tasked with creating commercial content, hosting webinars and live panels. Kavit has worked as a telecoms journalist and editor for more than 10 years, previously as News Editor at Capacity Magazine. Kavit also had a brief stint in PR at Edelman working on projects for big names in telecoms and technology and completed an internship at the Press Association.
Kavit's Latest Content
UK competition watchdog wins Apple probe appeal
The UK Competition and Markets Authority received clearance to investigate Apple’s mobile browser and cloud gaming services, as the country’s Court of Appeal overturned a tribunal ruling blocking a probe from taking place.
Microsoft pledges £2.5B to boost UK AI infrastructure
Microsoft committed to invest £2.5 billion in the UK over the next three years to expand its AI data centre footprint, a boost to the country’s ambitions to become a leader in growing and developing the technology.
Musk unleashes attack on advertisers boycotting X
Quirky billionaire Elon Musk (pictured) delivered a foul-mouthed rant at advertisers which halted spending on his social media company X, insisting he did not want such companies to return to the platform if he was going to be blackmailed.
Orange experts issue digital security warning
Executives from Orange Cyberdefense warned about a changing nature of cyber-attacks and how geopolitical issues are causing a major ripple effect on digital security, as the company unveiled research showing it processed almost 130,000 incidents in 2023.
Brazil trio back GSMA Open Gateway with 3 anti-fraud API services
Brazilian operators Claro, TIM Brasil and Telefonica’s Vivo launched three network API services focused on improving digital security as part of the GSMA’s Open Gateway initiative, a move the trio claimed would be the first of an evolutionary roadmap.
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