Brazil rises to 85th position in global internet ranking

The information is from the more Akamai report – content distribution company – on that specific topic. According to the institution, the average internet speed in the world is 7 Mbps, and Brazil is still below average with 6.4 Mbps. … Continued

Shopping apps up 111% in 2016

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Recently, a survey by Flurry – Yahoo’s mobile analytics company – indicated some very interesting data on mobile behavior in Brazil, and of course we went to check everything to bring you the most relevant information. Follow us. We are … Continued

IoT for retail: check out Futurecom news

That Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most present themes in Futurecom you already know, after all, every year the exhibitors present at our events bring incredible innovations to the public that visit us. We have already shown … Continued

5G might generate 22 million jobs

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Recently, data from Qualcomm – Futurecom’s exhibiting company – showed that by 2035, an estimated 5G peak, the technology could be producing about $ 12.3 trillion worth of goods and services. Another relevant fact of the research also highlights that … Continued

Brazil ended 2016 with less mobile lines

The Brazilian National Telecom Agency (Anatel) revealed it’s balance about active mobile lines in Brazil in 2016. According to it, the country ended the year with 13.747.515 less mobile lines than it began. This represents a downfall of 5,33% comparing … Continued

The major technological tendencies to 2017

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It’s the beginning of the year and we need to talk about the technological tendencies that are going to follow us during this 2017. You possibly already read about them here, but it is a good thing to reinforce to … Continued

2016: electronics industry falls, but smartphones sales grow

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To what everything points, the income of the electronics industry will not end this year in very positive numbers. According to the Brazilian Association of Electric and Electronic Industry (Abinee, in portuguese initials), this year the numbers went down to … Continued