Internet for All
Tidak semua tren relevan dengan masyarakat Indonesia saat ini Proses peralihan dan adopsi teknologi akan semakin cepat MEMASUKI 2016 Ericsson kembali melakukan riset mengenai tren konsumen yang akan berkembang sepanjang tahun. Sejak didirikan pada 1995, ConsumerLab milik Ericsson sudah sering melakukan riset mengenai kebiasaan konsumen dalam mengadopsi perkembangan teknologi.
Telenor Group announced that it has surpassed the 200-million mobile subscriber mark, with Malaysia’s Digi leading the way in terms smartphone penetration across among Telenor’s six operations in Asia.
Sure, smartphones and tablets are great and the mobile Internet has opened up entire new vistas … but A. Asohan argues that the desktop still rules.
Indonesian Internet providers are complaining about being left out of the recently-announced collaboration between Google Inc’s holding company Alphabet Inc and the republic’s three main operators – PT Indosat Tbk, PT Telkomsel Indonesia, and PT XL Axiata Tbk – to conduct a Project Loon pilot trial.
Google's Project Loon will be ‘landing’ in Indonesia after an agreement was reached with the republic’s three main operators, but industry observers say there are regulatory and other challenges ahead.
It is the responsibility of all stakeholders, both public and private, to connect as many people as possible to the Internet, Facebook Inc’s vice president of Business Development John Lagerling told the Indosat IDByte 2015 conference in Jakarta.
Sebelum ada e-commerce banyak orang Indonesia mengenal Internet dari Facebook Konten lokal berbahasa lokal dan harga terjangkau bisa menarik minat masyarakat
Digi Telecommunications has launched a competition to find two young individuals to represent Malaysia at the Telenor Youth Forum 2015 (TYF2015), a global dialogue that aims to transform societies and build a better digital future through easy and equal access to knowledge.
Digi has launched Digi Empower Societies, a catch-all initiative which combines its various community programmes that it said would help build strong digital communities that can participate, navigate and thrive in the Internet economy.
While the mobile Internet continues to explode across Asia, recent research by the Telenor Group in four of its regional markets suggests that not all citizens in these societies are receiving access to the benefits of connectivity.