Hong Kong was expected to close 2018 with over 3% growth in its real GDP compared to the previous year.
Newcomers are seizing opportunities to challenge established network providers in a sign that a new round of disruption in the next generation of cellular mobile communications is underway.
The development of intelligent home security systems is being spurred on by the prospect of satellite-enabled systems and cloud-based technologies.
The development of the autonomous vehicle is one of the major factors pushing the smart mobility sector forward, bringing us closer to the promise of intelligent urban transport.
Facebook’s future video strategy could involve selling its users subscriptions to pay-TV networks, such as HBO, in the hope that users will watch the content on Facebook Watch.
A growing global emphasis on the benefits of cloud technology is stimulating the demand for investing in a hybrid cloud computing environment.
Digital payments are witnessing a shift away from the traditional point of sale (POS) to mobile POS (mPOS) systems by changing the way electronic transactions are made, processed and accepted.
With most industries embracing digital transformation in an effort to improve their bottom line and deliver benefits for the consumer, the insurance sector is no different as it is looking to invest in new technologies to not be left behind.
India’s growing demand for electricity and the need for efficient energy transmission and distribution is driving the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the utility sector.
Communications Platform-as-a-Service (CPaaS) is a cloud-based platform that enables the integration of real-time communications into business applications through application programming interfaces (APIs).
We regularly hear how delivery drones are on the verge of redefining retail, taking into a new more agile era as they transform last-mile service.
Wearable technology has seen wrist-worn devices surge in popularity, but as the internet of things (IoT) ecosystem expands, smart rings will be the wearable type with the most growth in 2019.
At this time of year, the tech industry is full of New Year predictions, but second-guessing 2019 has never been easier.
Ahead of the new working year, what’s on the IT Christmas wishlist for IT teams and managers?
Last year saw a significant shift within the big data and analytics marketplace.
It’s been a remarkably bad year for Facebook.
In 2016, when cybersecurity industry giant Symantec purchased rival Blue Coat for $4.65 billion, Symantec’s board of directors made the unusual decision to install Blue Coat’s CEO, Greg Clark, as chief executive of the combined company.
This has been a contentious year for Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei, which has endured both outright bans in some countries, as well as a number of major carriers bowing to government pressure by excluding Huawei from their 5G plans.
The premium category of smartphones, costing upwards of USD$600, is growing rapidly in the US pay-as-you go prepaid market, thanks to an influx of expensive iPhones.
Hybrid cloud environments have rapidly evolved to support a range of IT and application requirements, and in 2019 a growing number of businesses and other organisations will make use of them.
Why are mobile network operators in England and Switzerland crawling into the sewer?
The battle cry to “save the Internet” has emerged as activist groups protest the FCC’s “Order to Restore Internet Freedom,” which went into effect in June 2018, eliminating most net neutrality regulations.
At its annual re:Invent 2018 conference, Amazon Web Services rolled out a blinding number of micro-specialised solutions, marking a fundamental shift away from monolithic, best of breed applications in favour of best of need capabilities.
Huawei Technologies, the world’s largest provider of telecom infrastructure and second largest handset manufacturer behind Samsung, faces the biggest challenge of its 30-year history with the detention of its CFO, Meng Wanzhou, by Canadian authorities in December.
Live sports are an essential part of any Pay-TV package, and are one of the key reasons why many haven’t yet cut the cord and gone exclusively OTT.
Diane Greene led the Google Cloud enterprise charge, helping the provider make up lost ground with an ambitious agenda that included major customer acquisitions, investments in AI, and new strategic partnerships. But for all of Google’s forward momentum, the provider still hasn’t close the gap with IaaS leaders Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.
It ain’t over ‘til it’s over, and in the case of European net neutrality regulation, it appears carriers and regulators will be at legislative odds for several years to come.
If blockchain is such a good idea, why hasn’t the enterprise IT industry already put it to work at scale?
Flagship smartphones are getting increasingly expensive in the United States and across the world.
Creating and maintaining an effective culture takes hard work and attention, so why then does senior management spend so little time managing it and improving it?