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  1. A woman walks past the Axiata headquarters building in Kuala Lumpur

    Axiata, Telenor in talks to form Malaysia's top mobile operator

    Malaysian telecoms company Axiata Group Bhd and Norway's Telenor ASA are nearing a deal to combine their Malaysian mobile operations to create the ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: Mastercard Inc. credit cards are displayed in this picture illustration

    Mastercard to invest US$100 million in Airtel Africa's mobile money unit

    Mastercard Inc will invest US$100 million in Airtel Africa's mobile money operations valuing the business at US$2.65 billion, the London-listed ...
  3. An Electronic Arts office building is shown in Los Angeles, California

    Electronic Arts to buy Glu Mobile for US$2.4 billion in mobile gaming push

    Electronic Arts Inc said on Monday it would buy Glu Mobile Inc for US$2.4 billion, bolstering its mobile platform with the addition of games such ...
  4. OTRD ep 20 - pro gamer
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    Ep 20: How To Be A Pro Gamer

    In the fast-paced world of esports, two young mobile gamers, Du Zhen Xiong and Amos Ker, must battle fierce rivals, family pressure and exams to ...
  5. Orange logo is seen during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

    Exclusive: Orange venture in Belgium to replace Huawei mobile gear with Nokia kit - sources

    Telecoms operators Orange Belgium and Proximus have decided to progressively replace Huawei-made mobile equipment in Belgium and Luxembourg with ...
  6. People are pictured at a bank of the French mobile operator Orange in Abidjan, Ivory Coast

    Pandemic spurs Africa's mobile telcos to ramp up banking bid

    When COVID-19 hit Ivory Coast, Bonaventure Kra, who works at an import-export business, began to worry. Handling hard cash all day was a risk.
  7. Woman wearing a face mask following  coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak looks at her smartphon

    Smartphone shipments in China plunge 35% in July: Government data

    Smartphone shipments in China plunged 35per cent in July compared with a year earlier, government data released on Tuesday shows.