YouTube has made Google a video behemoth but now Google Cloud — Google’s fast-growing new business unit — is looking for new ways to grow the company’s media revenue.
Digital home assistants like Google Home Mini and Amazon Echo owe users more than privacy: if they are to be trusted, they must explain how they make decisions.
We have been beyond the hype for smart cities for many years.
Telcos face a strategic decision: is their Internet of Things (IoT) position that of a family or of a business?
Digital transformation is much more than an empty buzzword.
Merger negotiations between mobile companies T-Mobile and Sprint have collapsed, both saying they could not agree on terms.
Just €10 a month buys a lot of data across Europe but people in some countries have it much better than others.
The shift from traditional pay-TV to online streaming is overwhelming telecoms industry efforts to invigorate sales by bundling services.
Telecom revenue in Saudi Arabia forecast to reach $12.6bn in 2017 as the market opens up.
UK telecom giant BT has today posted a drop in revenue of almost two percent year-on-year while pre-tax profits fell by almost 10 percent for its latest quarter, however EE is remains its star performer.
The reported collapse of the Sprint T-Mobile merger has pushed down the shares in both of them but it is good news for others.
The driverless car market is awash with unexpected challengers.
Would you consider your fixed line operator a digital leader or a disruptor?
Major companies are increasingly bullish on the driverless car sector and are unveiling massive investments and acquisitions as the car industry adjusts to the new reality.
By the end of 2017 there will be 20.1m active smartphone subscriptions in Kenya, a 16 percent increase from the end of last year, according to GlobalData numbers.
User friendly tools may put the power of artificial intelligence (AI) into people’s hands, but without the right specialists to light the way, there’s no guarantee of success.
Amazon is trying to win the artificial intelligence AI software war with hardware by blanketing the market with home assistants.
Companies are testing smart bots — designed to understand natural language and human emotions — and improve the customer experience.
Small Cells – low-power, short range wireless base stations – were billed as a revolution in wireless network architectures when they first emerged over a decade ago.
Major wireless tech companies are in a race to to develop artificial intelligence (AI) to lock users into their respective ecosystems.
People own more connected devices — whether that’s laptops, phones, or tablets — than ever in the UK.
US streaming company Netflix has announced plans to raise prices in the US and the UK — the company’s biggest market and its biggest market outside of North America respectively.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is continuing its acquisition streak to expand its market presence and drive sales growth.
North America — led by the US — has maintained its dominant position in the technology merger and acquisition (M&A) deals market in the first half of 2017.
According to Facebook, the average person (and that’s globally) spends 50 minutes a day on its various platforms — Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp.
The majority of phones sold in the US as handsets to be topped up with credit– so-called prepaid phones — are budget models but phone company strategies are changing.
People in Finland are getting through up to 10 times more mobile data each month than their European neighbours.
Over the past years, several telecommunications markets around the world have become increasingly competitive.
TV and video are the newest battle fronts for cellular carriers trying to refresh their increasingly mature businesses.
Early 5G demos and launch commitments may be flashy, but they ignore a critical reality: regulation will play a much more critical role in the success of future 5G networks and services.