All major US wireless operators are rolling out 5G this year.
Who needs a home phone, when you can just ask your digital assistant to place a call for you, for free?
Samsung is the leader in Android smartphones, but the new Galaxy S9 does not feature any radical innovation.
GE Renewable Energy — a division of General Electric — is building the world’s largest wind turbine, dubbed the Haliade-X.
There’s a crisis brewing at National Grid and threatening to hit the reliability of the UK’s electricity system.
Hundreds of oil tankers traverse the open seas each day carrying millions of barrels to be sold for hundreds of millions of dollars.
This year’s Mobile World Congress flagged so-called edge services — where cloud computing is optimised by performing data processing near the source of the data — as key to 5G adoption.
The cryptocurrency hype is at an all-time high, but digital currency still has a ways to go for widespread adoption.
Danish former incumbent telecom provider TDC has been front and centre of acquisition drama unfolding in the Nordics.
Huawei and ZTE have been under fire from US government officials before, but people are now being advised not to buy the companies’ phones.
By the year 2020 half of workers in the US will be working remotely as cities become more congested and workers demand flexible hours.
In-flight airplane wifi has been slow to deploy and where it has done it’s underwhelmed.
When three giants of their respective industries strike an alliance around US healthcare, the world – and markets – take notice.
Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the world’s largest telecom trade show.
Every year at around this time, tech pundits start making predictions about what to expect at the world’s largest telco show: Mobile World Congress.
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers businesses the opportunity to make savings, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it improves the lives of workers.
UK telco giant BT has reported a three percent decline in third quarter revenue and a one percent fall in underlying profit before tax.
Fact-checkers get facts wrong, too.
Managing databases is hugely time consuming for companies that deal with a lot of data, but artificial intelligence is here to help.
Vodafone has revealed revenue slipped in its final three months of the year — but as mobile data continues to grow, Vodafone is in a good position.
Apple’s HomePod already has problems.
Critics might call recent Amazon Prime and Netflix fee hikes price gouging, but people are quite willing to pay up.
Premier League football is awash with cash, but surprisingly light on technology.
Customer service is still mostly about face-to-face interactions but Facebook’s WhatsApp Business and Apple Business Chat is about to change the way companies talk to their customers.
8K TV was a hot topic at CES this year, with most of the big TV makers showcasing their latest 8K flagship TV sets.
Facebook’s radical move to prioritise friends’ feeds over public and published content within its News Feed is more about offsetting the threat and expense of regulation than anything else.
9 Mobile, the fourth largest Nigerian mobile operator, is in the process of being sold off that could change the competitive dynamics in one of the largest mobile markets in Africa.
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will likely break attendance records.
Public knowledge of blockchain technology is still largely limited to bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
South Africa telco MTN has launched South Africa’s first 5G trial, racking up blistering download speeds of more than 20 gigabytes a second.