Netflix won its first Emmy in 2013, fast-forward 5 years and streaming giants Amazon and Neflix Emmy success counted 31 wins combined at this year’s award ceremony.
There are few lasting happily ever afters in business, and that’s doubly true in the world of media and broadcasting.
While smart from a business standpoint, a potential acquisition of Deliveroo by Uber would likely represent a lose-lose scenario for consumers, restaurant partners and employees.
Newly opened discounter brand by Tesco Jack’s could struggle against Aldi and Lidl while eroding the company’s margins.
Without a doubt Artificial Intelligence (AI) has already changed the way consumers interact with technology and the way businesses think about big challenges like digital transformation.
Bad indoor mobile coverage may start to improve thanks to new regulations that allow service providers in the US to share spectrum.
Nike chose Colin Kaepernick to be its poster boy for the 30th anniversary of the Just Do It campaign.
Ten years on if you are wondering will there be another Lehman Brothers corporate collapse, the likely answer is no, but the same can’t be said for a potential financial crisis.
Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei Technologies has had a rough year, facing security breaches and suspicion that the Chinese government could gain access to sensitive customer data through ‘backdoor’ attacks using its equipment and software as the vehicle.
India based low-cost airline SpiceJet cargo expansion plans come at the right time amid increasing competition between passenger airlines and online retail growth SpiceJet will launch its dedicated cargo service SpiceXpress on 18 September 2018 and it is likely that the company will become an important player in the Indian cargo market.
Deutsche Bahn’s CEO has sent a candid letter to senior management calling for change, but it seems that reducing investment to boost profits is folly.
Kalashnikov electric car future could see some success domestically long term, but export and short-term prospects remain muted as the AK-47 assault rifle manufacturer ventures into the car industry.
As telcos continue to struggle across the board with declines in both revenue and profitability, blockchain is emerging as a technology with the potential to radically transform the telecommunications industry as well as many other industries.
The summer of 2018 brought different fortunes to the two highest-profile initiatives to connect the unconnected in rural markets.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to profoundly impact the way companies conduct business, and telecom service providers are no exception.
Coca-Cola buy Costa coffee chain from Premier Inn owners WhitBread today, giving the global giant its first truly global coffee brand in the profitable coffee market.
In recent years, the number of food and drink enthusiasts around the world has risen rapidly giving way for verity of culinary experiences from fine dinning under the sea to the more authentic sharing economy like dinning experiences.
If the last few years has shown anything it’s that the internet of things (IoT) is a clear stepping stone along the path toward what many consider to be the next industrial revolution – call it Industry 4.0, digital transformation, or what you will.
The world’s most identifiable action camera manufacturer GoPro is beginning to turn around its financial performance in 2018, but faces three significant constraints to future success.
Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite, the world’s most popular shooting game, announced Android OS users would finally get access to the game.
It is commonly assumed that expensive smartphones like the iPhone X are only available on contract at the bigger carriers like Verizon Wireless and AT&T in the U.S., but that is far from true.
India’s top court has asked WhatsApp to respond to a petition, which puts the messaging app in breach of the Information Technology Act, 2000, which mandates an appointment of a Grievance officer for its users in India, according to local news reports.
Google has introduced Google AI Contact Center, a virtual assistant that uses natural speech to engage with callers, answering basic questions, and escalating more complex requirements to a human agent.
Air travel satisfaction is dropping despite airports’ and airlines’ numerous attempts to improve overall passenger experience Satisfying air travellers has been bothering airlines and airports since forever.
AI and its use in the car manufacturing industry is key for survival in this highly competitive environment.
Google recently announced plans to surrender operational control of the cooling systems in its data centres to an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm.
Standing on your own feet again may be a success, but what if you cannot walk?
Anyone looking for proof that the beverage industry is worried about the ‘war on plastic’ got it yesterday, when PepsiCo announced an agreement to purchase Israel-based SodaStream International for the hefty price of $3.2 billion.
After making numerous claims that it will operate in a fairer way, Amazon remains one of the highest profile UK tax avoiders.
The rapid evolution of enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) technology has led to fascinating use cases that truly justify the term digital transformation, while simultaneously creating privacy quandaries that will challenge society for years to come.