Players in the travel industry have been chasing high technology and fast connectivity for years—from Wi-Fi on cruise ships in the middle of the ocean, or on planes at 10,000 feet above the ground, to using latest tech in hotels.
Consumers have been used to freemium business models for many years.
To give House of Fraser future the best chance, Sports Direct and its owner Mike Ashley must make drastic changes to both its product proposition and store environment to entice shoppers back.
While 5G services are not yet “live,” this next generation of wireless technology is already top of mind for service providers, OEMs and other telecom market ecosystem players.
Of the many promises of internet of things (IoT), the pursuit of the fabled ‘smart city’ has been one of the most hyped.
Rolls-Royce latest financial results reveal new strategy is working but much work is required to reach financial safety.
Manufacturers are on the precipice of an industry-wide digital transformation, driven by the need to boost productivity and increase visibility across factory floor and supply chain operations.
In 2022, the Asia-Pacific real estate market is forecast to have a value of $2,543.5 billion, an increase of 12.8% since 2017 with China, Japan and India are the three largest markets by value according to GlobalData.
Apple’s Q3 financial results exceeded Wall Street’s expectations thanks to increased selling prices of iPhone models.
Many of Kenya’s major towns and cities have network coverage, but several rural and suburban areas with small populations often struggle to connect to a network.
Tata has ceased production of the Nano as marketing errors and a poor safety record failed to entice consumers.
Plans by Apple, Facebook and Google to build new Denmark data centres have raised concerns about a long-term shortfall in the supply of renewable energy, along with the prospect of rising CO2 emissions.
As British supermarket Morrisons continues its recovery under the stewardship of David Potts and his team, its vertical supply chain sets it apart from much larger competitors and could prove to be a major asset in a post-Brexit world.
Tesco appears to be tightening its control on the food and grocery market with the announcement of a new fascia ‘Jack’s’, a limited assortment discounter, in a bid to directly neutralise the growing threat posed by German discounters Aldi and Lidl.
Sky reported its earnings highlighting strong operational and financial results across products in the year to 30 June 2018) – both at group and at UK and Ireland (Sky reporting combined results) levels.
The US Commerce Department has lifted the denial order that had temporarily put Chinese’s telecoms manufacturer ZTE out of business.
Intel has been an integral part of telco networks seemingly since the beginning of time.
With so many companies looking to adopt artificial intelligence, it’s no wonder that providers of AI solutions are racing to position themselves as leaders in the market.
This autumn, the US Supreme Court will weigh in on an ongoing antitrust case which begs the question: who actually owns the apps running on our devices?
When physical stores close down, almost a third of their customers switch their spend to the internet.
With its now-finalised acquisition of Time Warner, AT&T gained arguably the most prized content production asset in the world: HBO.
UK reality show Love Island has broken audience records this this year, and a partnership with online retailer MissGuided has seen the company emulating the show’s success.
Stores are no longer just places for shopping, with innovative retailers competing for the most entertaining, practical, or radical concepts to attract customers.
Google has been fined by the European Commission (EC) for effectively being, by far, the best search engine provider on the internet.
The pending GE Q2 earning results due tomorrow are widely tipped to be a nudge for CEO John Flannery to enact reforms quickly.
There are many reasons why efforts to marry blockchain’s distributed electronic ledger system and the connected car are gaining momentum.
At first blush, Walmart’s announcement that it would use Microsoft’s cloud platform and desktop apps across its entire business looks to be a direct shot across the bow of Amazon the retailer and Amazon the provider of public cloud services with Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Cannabis has been receiving some serious media attention in 2018, and a rise in medical cannabis research is following.
In the tourism industry, image recognition technology can mostly be observed in the air travel sector in the form of airport facial recognition, which is being tested in pilot programs in airports worldwide.
Harmful algal blooms (HABs) have been reported in every US coastal state and their occurrence is likely on the rise, according to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).