The US baby bell phone companies raked in $1.4 billion in new revenue from the Internet in 1995, but only pumped $300 million of its into strengthening and upgrading their networks to cope with additional demand from users.
Campaigners want US authorities to break-up Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger into separate companies
The perception of the industry as "a white man in a hard hat" is limiting new applicants, says Hayaatun Sillem
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Eye-wateringly expensive smart speakers take just six per cent market share, claims Strategy Analytics