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Seven of top 10 smartphone markets declined in Q3 2018 as chinese vendors took over 50%

Worldwide smartphone shipments fell by 7% in Q3 2018, a fourth consecutive quarter of decline. This was also the worst third quarter performance since 2015. China’s smartphone market had another disappointing quarter, only shipping 100.6 million units, a year-on-year decline of 15.2% and sequential decline of 2.9%. India overtook the US this quarter to be the second largest market, though both countries were hit by weaker seasonal performance compared with 2017
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ITU releases 2018 global and regional ICT estimates

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is using the Internet more
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Cisco predicts more IP traffic in the next five years than in the history of the Internet

The Internet is made up of thousands of public and private networks around the world. And since it came to life in 1984, more than 4.7 zettabytes of IP traffic have flowed across it. That’s the same as all the movies ever made crossing global IP networks in less than a minute

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Smartphone shipments fall 6.3% in Europe

Smartphone fatigue hit Europe in Q1 2018, as shipments fell 6.3% year on year, the biggest ever drop in a single quarter. Western Europe bore the brunt, down 13.9% with 30.1 million units shipped

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Nokia's Threat Intelligence Report warns on the fast-growing and evolving threat of malicious software targeting IoT devices

Malware threats against IoT devices could get worse as consumer adoption of such devices accelerate in the years ahead as 5G capabilities - including extreme broadband, ultra-low latency connectivity, and massive networking - advance

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5G estimated to reach 1.5 billion subscriptions in 2024 – Ericsson Mobility Report

5G is forecast to cover more than 40 percent of the world’s population by the end of 2024. Cellular IoT connections expected to surpass 4 billion in six years’ time. Mobile data traffic grew 79 percent year-on-year in Q3 2018

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