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Mobile providers facing data tsunami

Remember those news reports on the difficulties experienced by AT&T's 3G network due to the explosion of data generated by all those Apple iPhone smartphones? Blogger Paul Mah sat down with an industry veteran to talk about the future of mobile data and the key challenge faced by mobile operators. Read more

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