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Suneet Singh Tuli, the man behind the ultracheap Aakash 2 tablet, says the West doesn’t understand mobile business in the developing world.
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The fortunes of the world’s largest social network depend on how much it can earn from mobile advertisements.
The search company is developing a computer in a pair of glasses. But why would anyone wear them?
Smartphones, tablets, and wireless data plans are already a trillion-dollar business. It’s just the beginning.
What if mobile subscribers could click a button and top off their data plan, or even buy mobile Internet access to a single app?
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