How the technology industry responds to the global crisis of Covid-19 will be remembered for decades to come.
The Covid-19 pandemic could accelerate the use of cellular technologies to transform factories and other industrial site operations.
As many sectors of the economy have already been negatively affected by COVID-19, the big ramp up of IoT that we have been anticipating, alongside the growth of 5G and edge computing, may also be in jeopardy.
With the number of confirmed infected cases rapidly rising, the Chilean government has launched a series of measures to protect the population and cushion the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The global pandemic that is COVID-19 has brought the world to a standstill.
With Moscow witnessing an increasing number of COVID-19 cases and President Putin ordering the closure of non-essential businesses from 28 March to 5 April , many people have been staying at home.
COVID-19 has created shutdowns and major disruptions in employee working styles and supply chains across all sectors.
Telecommunications providers worldwide are currently racing to enhance their network capacity for residential homes.
The cyber insurance industry would not exist if there were no malicious players in the cyber space.
The amount of digital data stored in the world grew relatively slowly until about 2010, at which point it took off exponentially.
The Middle East and Africa (MEA) region is starting to see an expansion of COVID-19.
Across the globe, there has been frenzied activity in the fintech space driven by big telecom providers.
COVID-19 coronavirus brings into focus the vital importance of broadband access.
Telecom providers are finding their networks and location data are being used in different ways, since the start of measures to limit the spread of Covid-19.
Edge computing is becoming a hot topic again.
The Public Health Blockchain Consortium (PHBC) has announced a new system.
French telecoms regulator ARCEP (Autorité de Régulation des Communications Électroniques et des Postes) has announced a delay of the 5G auctions initially scheduled for mid-April.
The Covid-19 global health crisis may alter the future of data privacy in the name of public safety.
For network operators already coming to grips with the effects of more customers “cutting the cord,” the next few months will demonstrate which are truly up to the challenge and which are not.
Last week Verizon unexpectedly launched Yahoo Mobile, a prepaid digital wireless service that will run on Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
Fintech heads the Verdict list of the top five terms tweeted in disruptive tech in February 2020.
According to new forecasts from leading data and analytics company GlobalData, the combined global market for Enterprise Mobility Software (EMS) and Managed Mobility Services (MMS) reached $26 billion in 2019.
Recent weeks have seen China emerge as a test bed for emerging technologies to manage and mitigate the effects of major health crises like the coronavirus.
A deal between Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and rebel investment firms Silver Lake and Elliot Capital has saved Dorsey’s position at the company.
Nokia announced a new partnership with semiconductor specialist Marvell Technologies in March.
Several Latin American cities were hailed as a “new Silicon Valley” in the last decade.
Germany’s 5g rollout is underway.
Graphene, a two-dimensional (2D) material that is considered stronger than steel and thinner than paper, is approaching a tipping point that will see more graphene technologies reach the marketplace.
In December 2019, Portugal’s telecom regulator ANACOM announced its plan to carry out the allocation of spectrum resources in the 700MHz, 900MHz, 1.8GHz, 2.1GHz, 2.6GHz and 3.6GHz bands before June 2020.