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Read Yuval Harari's blistering warning to Davos in full

As we enter the third decade of the twenty-first Century, humanity faces so many issues and questions, that it is really hard to know what to focus on. So I would like to use the next twenty minutes to help us focus of all the different issues we face. Three problems pose existential challenges to our species.

These three existential challenges are nuclear war, ecological collapse and technological disruption. We should focus on them.

Now nuclear war and ecological collapse are already familiar threats, so let me spend some time explaining the less familiar threat posed by technological disruption.

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Mukesh Ambani plans to offer ₹3,000 smartphone to hit his 500 million subscriber target

Reliance Jio is working on bringing affordable 4G smartphones below ₹3,000 in the country. The company wants to speed up its acquisition of existing 2G subscribers



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Vodafone Idea asks for a steep hike in mobile data tariffs

Setting a floor price would help it generate enough cash to pay its dues to the government, the company said.Vodafone Idea users now pay as little as ₹7.8 for 1 GB per day under its 28-day plan for ₹219, with unlimited calling

Jio doesn't have a single Chinese component, Mukesh Ambani tells Donald Trump

Washington in the past has put pressure on New Delhi to keep China's Huawei out of the India's 5G deployments. The Indian government, however, has all..

How India's fastest-growing smartphone brand Realme is planning a fintech disruption

realme's biggest growth comes from India, and the Chinese smartphone brand now wants to make the most of its young user base with fintech platform PaySa.

Vodafone Idea asks DoT for 15 years to pay AGR dues

The telco has to pay dues of about Rs 57,000 cr, as per DoT’s estimates, but has so far paid only Rs 3,500 cr.

India’s first smartphone with ISRO’s NavIC tech is already available for purchase

India’s first smartphone ISRO’s NavIC navigation support is already available for customers. Here’s everything you need to know.

India's Mobile Economy is Continuously Flourishing and Many Industries are Benefiting from It

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Email WhatsApp Reddit FlipboardIndia’s mobile economy is rapidly growing in the last few years. This is one of the most populated countries in the world and as more people here that use mobile devices, the bigger the mobile market is. This can be good for many businesses and it just makes …

Airtel launches new international packs: All about recharge plans, tariffs and new prebooking facility

Once the pack benefits are exhausted, data services would be barred to preclude any unwanted charges due to over-usage, Airtel said. Customers can then take another pack or a top-up on the go through Airtel Thanks app. Airtel postpaid customers can also enable or disable their international services with just one click through the Airtel Thanks app.

RBI flags risks to banks, inflation in telecom crisis

Allow telcos to stagger payment of dues, RBI urges govt.RBI’s monetary policy committee had cautioned about the impact of tariff hikes on inflation

American Tower expects zero billing growth in India

American Tower CEO Jim Taiclet said the global telecom tower company is expecting lower levels of new business in India in 2020, as carriers will not be able to make huge network investments due to AGR issue. India Carrier Consolidation-Driven Churn has subsided. From a planning perspective we’ve layered in some additional churn for 2020 …

Vodafone’s woes make Sunil Mittal richer by a billion dollars

Sunil Mittal added a billion dollars in his net worth — thanks to Vodafone troubles. Sunil Mittal’s net worth increased to $3.5bn in the last one year.

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