Galileo shown to improve accuracy of location-based services

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The European Union has announced that tests conducted by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) and mobile location services provider Rx Networks confirm that using the Galileo satellite navigation system in various combinations with GPS and the Glonass (GNSS) system significantly improves the accuracy of location-based services in challenging environments, as reported by TP. The tests were performed in real-world environments, …

EditorGalileo shown to improve accuracy of location-based services

Strecker promoted to CEO of Amobee

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Mobile advertising company Amobee’s board of directors announced that Trevor Healy stepped down as CEO and has named Mark Strecker, previously Amobee’s president and COO, as the company’s new CEO. Healy will stay with Amobee over the next few months in an advisory role to ensure a smooth transition. As president and COO, Strecker was responsible for Amobee’s worldwide sales …

EditorStrecker promoted to CEO of Amobee

Regulator fines CVMovel CVE 10 million

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Cape Verde’s National Communications Agency (ANAC) has issued a CVE 10 million fine on mobile operator CVMovel. According to the regulator, the fine was for infringing regulations with the suspension of the Grilao tariff package. In addition, the operator did not adhere to an order on the rules for advertising.

EditorRegulator fines CVMovel CVE 10 million

Lea to replace Lowery as GM of O2 UK stores

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O2 UK general manager for retail operations, Crispin Lowery, will leave Telefonica group at the end of June and will be succeeded by Bridget Lea, currently head of stores, a company spokesman Mobile Today. Lea will report to sales and service director Feilim Mackle. Lowery is headed to Google, according to a number of unnamed sources. He has been with …

EditorLea to replace Lowery as GM of O2 UK stores

AussieSim to list on Australian stock exchange in June

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Australian prepaid travel SIM provider AussieSim is set to list on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) as ZipTel after raising AUD 5 million in a reverse takeover of sports merchandise firm Skywards Limited, as reported by ZDNet. Last January, Skywards entered into a binding agreement to acquire 100 percent of AussieSim. Skywards will be renamed ZipTel Limited and is expected …

EditorAussieSim to list on Australian stock exchange in June