July is here and we are now beginning to enter the slow news season. Fortunately for us, the digital industry does not stop which means we still have some stories to share with you.
From Fortumo’s side, we published our Western Europe market report in June and also shed some more light on how bundling is coming an increasingly popular way for digital companies to grow. Check it out.
Here’s what caught our eye in June:
- Tech In Asia: How Southeast Asia might be remade in China’s image
- NPR: Net Neutrality Has Been Rolled Back — But It's Not Dead Yet
- TechCrunch: Netflix and Alphabet will need to become ISPs, fast
- Asian Correspondent: Concerns as Vietnam ponders new cybersecurity law
- Forbes: 1.7 Billion Adults Worldwide Do Not Have Access To A Bank Account
- Mobile Payments Today: How cash and digital payments can coexist going forward
- News 8000: Jack Ma's online payments firm is now worth more than Goldman Sachs
- Euronext: Euronext welcomes Adyen
- Medianama: Facebook is testing paid subscriptions for private groups
- Marketing Industry News: Flipkart and Amazon will drive Indian e-commerce sales to $32.70bn by the end of 2018
- MB: The future of Ride Hailing?
- Bloomberg: Toyota Pours $1 Billion Into Ride Hailing to Keep Pace With GM
- Musically: Africa’s music opportunity: ‘One thing you have to have is resilience’
- Digital TV Europe: Acorn TV launches in Latin America on Roku
- Gold Digest: PGA Tour, Discovery announce $2 billion global, Netflix-style media deal
- Digital TV Europe: YouTube launches YouTube Music and YouTube Premium in 17 Countries
- Digital TV Europe: Sony Pictures TV makes first streaming move in Western Europe