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Philippines releases draft terms for third operator

The Philippines’ Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) released draft criteria for selecting the …

Filipino market leader to launch 4G this week

Filipino mobile market-leader Smart announced over the weekend that it will switch on the country’s …

GSMA, Apigee take on WAC remit

The GSMA said it is to integrate “the major programmes and initiatives” of the Wholesale …

Feature: mHealth who pays?

Interviewees in this new feature video from Mobile Health Live debate a subject which goes to the heart of the mobile health debate: Who pays for the service? Interviewees in this feature are PricewaterhouseCoopers, Continua Health Alliance, Discovery Health, Smart Communications, Acibadem Healthcare Group and NetHope.

Feature: The role of regulation in mobile money

This new feature video from Mobile Money Live reveals the central role of regulation in dictating how mobile money services develop. A range of interviewees say whether they think regulation is heading in the right direction.

New mobile payment service planned for the UK

Ecommerce provider Powa has announced a new mobile payment service for the UK that is similar to popular US service Square.

Feature: Mobile health strategies developed vs developing economies

A new feature video reveals how developed and developing countries have very different healthcare services and patient groups in mind when it comes to the contribution of mobile technology.

Business Models: A Look at Emerging Asia Panel Discussion

Representatives from Grameenphone, Bank Andara, Digicel Pacific, Smart Communications and others take questions from the floor at the 2011 GSMA Mobile Money Summit.

mHealth players see multiple barriers to success

There are many diverse barriers to overcome before mobile health technology is a mainstream service, according to a new feature video from Mobile Health Live.

mHealth players see multiple barriers to success

There are many diverse barriers to overcome before mobile health technology is a mainstream service, according to a new feature video from Mobile Health Live.