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    Phil Ellsworth/ESPN Images Esports viewership is on the rise. Thanks in part to streaming services such as Twitch, the number of esports fans globally is anticipated to surge 59% over the next four to five years.See the rest of the story at Business Insider See Also:Twitter is testing a new feature that lets users limit or disable repliesThe pandemic will fuel an acceleration in time spent with subscription OTT servicesSamsung's programmatic push capitalizes on a bright spot in CTV advertising

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    The coronavirus pandemic has sparked a public health crisis, the effects of which are now rippling throughout the global economy. Cities have been shut down, travel is limited, and major central banks have begun to intervene in financial markets at levels unseen since the 2008 recession. To find out how industry leaders think COVID-19 and related containment efforts will impact their companies and the economy as a whole, we surveyed executive decision makers from around the world.See the rest of...

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    Both globally and in the US, the payments ecosystem is evolving. Two related trends: the slow death of cash and the fast rise of digital payments, are transforming how consumers, businesses, governments, and even criminals move money. Annual global non-cash transactions are expected to pass the 1 trillion milestone by 2024. This major transformation is being propelled by several factors, including increased usage of digital wallets, more small vendors adapting to accept credit cards, and the...

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    bii With speeds up to 100 times faster than 4G, and latency up to 120 times lower, 5G is poised to revolutionize the tech industry. Telecoms in 18 countries will roll out 5G networks by the end of 2019, which means the race to secure global 5G leadership is officially underway. Winning would allow the opportunity to shape the future of the telecommunications industry, and could come with more than a decade of competitive advantages. As the biggest mobile market in the world, China is at the...

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