Carlos Slim and Samsung partner to open Internet of Things in Latin America

América Móvil, the telecoms firm controlled by tycoon Carlos Slim, has signed a deal with Samsung Electronics to deliver the 4.5G network in Latin America and open access to the Internet of Things -where everyday objects are connected to the Internet- in the region. “This technological collaboration represents an important step in the evolution of telecommunications,” a joint statement said. Business Insider reports. Chile approves $2.5-billion expansion of BHP’s Spence mine BHP was given green light by Chile to carry out a $2.5-billion expansion of its Spence copper mine in the Atacama desert, according to a local newspaper. The expansion would include the construction of a concentrator that would allow the mine to increase production while extending its useful life […]

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