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.
After Apple launched its latest phones, smartwatches, and streaming players last week we went hands on to see how they stack up against the competition.
Ride-sharing companies are booming in the Asian market, especially in South-east Asia.
Telecom service revenue in Poland will remain under pressure this year, but will return to growth in 2018.
A new iPhone – let’s call it the iPhone 8 – is being announced tonight.
The move toward software-centric operator networks is a must in order for network operators to keep pace with growing demand.
Total mobile data traffic in Switzerland is set to increase 2.3-fold between 2017 and 2022, according to GlobalData figures.
Human resources has historically dealt with the softer, less quantifiable side of business: how humans interact, what they think, and how they feel about their jobs and those around them.
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to change the way we interact with our homes, devices, cars, buildings, and even cities.
While Asian and European telcos are known for their innovative service launches, it’s a mistake to ignore innovation coming from other parts of the world.
Every telecom service provider understands the importance of service innovative.
Monetisation of the messaging market is in full swing, and many apps are starting to use advertising to keep the lights on.
Owing to its dominance in business software, Oracle chief executive Larry Ellison snubbed the cloud early on, but now the company is changing its tune as public cloud giants Amazon, Google, and Microsoft encroach on Oracle’s core business.
While telecoms revenue is expected to dip in Mexico for 2017, down 6.8 percent on 2016 to $16.9bn, between now and 2022 it will be one of the fastest growing markets in Latin America.
Symantec, the world’s largest cyber security firm by revenue, has a plan to shore up its most profitable business, but history suggests it won’t be successful.
Ericsson remains one of the top vendors in the telecom networks space.
After a few years of more than 30 percent growth, all signs point to Huawei’s run-away growth slowing in 2017.
Google Fiber, despite its still-small subscriber footprint, still generates plenty of hype, even after pulling back on its ambitious growth plans.
Trouble erupted in UK prison the Mount earlier this week as riot police could be seen entering the prison to restore order.
Google’s Project Fi — a wireless carrier launched in 2015 that many have never even heard of — is trying to attract new users by holding a contest encouraging existing customers to refer their friends and family.
There is an increasing number of companies using blockchain to see how it can cut costs and speed up transactions.
Myanmar is the world’s fastest mobile subscription market and the only market among the fastest growing not in Africa and the Middle East.
Apple’s latest iPhone, due out in September, is rumoured to be priced at over $1,000 — is this clever pricing or corporate greed?
When the European Commission slapped Google with a €2.4bn ($2.7bn) fine for giving priority placement in search results to its own shopping service, it set a precedent other tech giants need to pay attention to.
Video conferencing technology has been around for over 50 years, so why has it been considered such a marginal way to communicate in business?