The number of ATMs worldwide declined 1% in 2018 as consumers used cards more than cash and turned to mobile apps for banking. The decrease was driven by drops in Brazil, China, Japan and the US, according to consultancy RBR.
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It took seven years, but Amazon, the internet giant, has won the right to use Amazon as a domain name over the objections of several Latin American countries. The nations argued that they had rights to the name because of their proximity to the Amazon river and rainforest.
British consumers are increasingly ordering food over mobile phones, a trend that restaurant analysts say can drive up business by more than 10%. Research by Yext found that about 20% of respondents use restaurant websites, while about 50% begin with search engines.
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Tech entrepreneur Louis Arriola is investing $100 million in the Dominican Republic to build a 5G network as well as a film studio. Arriola, who does business in seven other countries in Latin America, is planning to develop media properties that include streaming video and games.
Ford's investment in artificial intelligence and machine learning is helping the company with its US and China vehicles, motorsports and autonomous vehicle development, among other areas, Bernard Marr writes. The latest Ford Edge uses AI to make decisions when it comes to using two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.
Accessing and measuring ad revenue on the user level has been a major challenge for the industry, which has prevented developers from driving user growth with maximum efficiency. This piece will show how developers monetizing their game with ads can run UA campaigns based on user-level ad revenue data. Read more.
As fraud prevention becomes more sophisticated, fraudsters are hellbent on outwitting their victims by any means necessary. It's the reason disincentivizing fraudsters with fraud prevention tools is the best way to protect your app, as well as taking steps to ensure you're working with trusted partners. Read more.
China's Meituan-Dianping says its multi-service platform is responsible for creating as many as 20 million jobs through its food delivery, entertainment and leisure services. One of China's most popular apps, it has a base of more than 400 billion people, and half of the smartphone users in China make payments with it.
The gap between women and men who have internet access, own mobile phones or possess computers is largest in low-income African countries, says UN Women representative in Rwanda Fatou Lo. Closing that divide could be worth $140 million to the mobile phone industry, but women and girls need equal access to the technology and training on how to use it, Lo adds.
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