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Comcast to slow video streams, hotspot connection speed

US telco giant, Comcast, has written to its customers warning them about upcoming changes in ?Xfinity Mobile. And these plans are not good!

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Apple bags rights to novel 'Shantaram' for drama series

NEW DELHI: Apple has secured the rights of Gregory David Robert's Mumbai-set novel `Shantaram? and will be developing it as a drama series. The 'Shantaram' series will be produced by Anonymous Content and Paramount TV, a PTI report from Los Angeles quoted Variety magazine as saying. The two...

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PwC predicts global emergence of 'Convergence 3.0' as services' distinctions blur

MUMBAI: PwC?s Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2018-22 has predicted global revenues are expected to grow with a CAGR of 4.4 per cent from 2017-22 to $ 2.4 trillion in a digitally-driven world where the distinction between print and digital, video games and sports, wireless and fixed internet...

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Latestly achieves new milestones

In less than two quarters since its launch in January 2018, LatestLY - Pittie Group?s newest offering and a definitive destination for trending stories across categories like World news, politics, sports, entertainment, lifestyle, technology, automobile and among others has achieved several...

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Tax evasion investigations drag Chinese entertainment shares down

HANGZHOU, CHINA: The television industry in China ? which is regulated by the State Administration of Radio Film & Television (Sarft) ? is going through its own turmoil, regulatory restrictions aside. Monday saw stock of many media companies involved in production drop between six and 10 per...

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