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Israel has the world’s most affordable mobile broadband in the world, according to a survey by Europe-based telecom company Melita. According to the survey, the average cost of mobile data per one GB of data in Israel was
$0.05 on a monthly basis. The average mobile broadband speeds were 35.98 Mbps in Israel.

In fact, as the survey shows, the top five countries with the least expensive mobile broadband connections are Israel, Kyrgyzstan, Fiji, Italy, and Russian Federation. India is not among the countries with the cheapest mobile data but instead has seen mobile broadband prices go up for

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SEOUL, South Korea & SHANGHAI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Asiance, a brand-tech company based in Seoul and Tokyo, and Mobile Now, a full-service mobile platforms agency based in Shanghai, have formed a strategic partnership agreement through the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding.

Global brands are increasingly focusing on Asian markets by developing strategic development on local platforms such as KakaoTalk, Line, or WeChat to reach their local audience. As experts in this domain, Asiance and Mobile Now will use this partnership to provide complete answers to their clients’ digital marketing needs in the region.

Indeed, through this agreement, the two companies

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The logo above a PNC Bank is shown in Charlotte, North Carolina April 18, 2012. REUTERS/Chris Keane

  • Court rejects PNC’s early arguments that its system doesn’t infringe
  • Tech previously at issue in $300 million USAA dispute with Wells Fargo

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(Reuters) – PNC Bank must face

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Startup Ossia hopes homes, conferences rooms and coffee shops will install its flat charging stations to beam power wireless to devices like security cameras, smartwatches or security cameras.


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If you’re enthusiastic about your mobile gadgets, you may have a wireless charging pad in your house on which you can plop your phone for a battery top-up. A host of companies, though, hope for a more liberating technology that beams power through the air, and one of them, Ossia, just cleared a regulatory hurdle clearing its way into products in the UK and Europe.

The approval is an important

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Technological turnover is the process in which technology advancements renders previous iterations obsolete. Each innovation comes with new features, faster computing, and changes in user experience. In some instances, the improvements are so drastically different, they create an entire new market leaving the previous one decimated. Think of the way that GPS replaced physical maps. 

We are once again seeing surprising change in our most basic life technology, as the mobile phone market bifurcates in an unprecedented manner. A high-tech and slow-tech market have developed offering consumers drastically different features. 

The mobile phone put the world

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The U.S Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HiMSS) released a report titled ‘Leveraging mobile technology to reduce hospital readmissions.’

According to the Centres for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Medicare has been overwhelmed with excessive hospital re-admissions – with total costs up to $17.5 billion a year. [1]

From 2007 to 2010, the national re-admissions rate remained at 19.2%, with an average Medicare cost for a hospital readmission stay at $9,600.

Therefore, the Hospital Re-admissions Reduction Program (HRRP), under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), aims to reduce re-admissions for all acute-care hospitals receiving payment under the Medicare Inpatient Prospective

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