The number of digital devices people use has hit record levels.
Orange Business Services’ has landed a multimillion dollar consulting deal with Qatari services provider Meeza for smart cities software in Doha.
Equatorial Guinea is one of the smallest telecoms markets in Western Africa, but is set to grow faster than most over the next five years.
Competition is set to intensify in the Italian telecom market following the launch of Wind Tre and Iliad’s upcoming market entry.
Gopal Vittal, chief executive of India’s largest mobile operator Bharti Airtel, recently announced plans to rollout voice over LTE, allowing customers to make calls over the mobile data network.
Satellite company Inmarsat claims to have a global Internet of Things (IoT) network that could be a threat to traditional mobile carriers.
With revenue of $7.2bn in 2016, the Colombian telecom and pay-TV markets were the fifth-largest in Latin America, and are one of the fastest growing in the region, just behind Mexico, Uruguay and Bolivia.
Retailers are keen to bring all sorts of interactive gadgets that rely on internet connections to their stores.
Consumers have long been in telemarketers’ sights, while legislators and regulators have in turn had those pesky telemarketers in their own crosshairs for almost as long.
The application of blockchain to energy systems remains speculative but it fits well with the expected evolution of the entire industry — a shift away from centralisation and one-way flows towards more decentralised and transactional management.
Activity-based working is based on a new paradigm where no employee owns desk or office space or has an assigned workstation.
US president Donald Trump has appointed Ajit Pai to head the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and people are worried it means the death of net neutrality.
Adoption of online, in-app, and mobile payments is accelerating and the various players are trying to give the virtual, a real world grounding.
Tech comes at you fast.
Consumers are moving increasingly away from linear TV but live broadcasts are still drawing big audiences and online providers are catching on.