When the topic of network and security convergence is in discussion, the song ‘Don’t Believe the Hype’ from the 80’s hip hop group ‘Public Enemy’ comes to mind.
The smartwatch has found its place in this world by primarily focusing on health and fitness, and Apple has led the way.
The introduction of Google Glass in 2013 launched a new wave of smart glasses hype.
There has been a small but meaningful trickle of news on private wireless (cellular) network deployments over the last couple of years.
The body responsible for developing the standards governing 5G technology has signaled that its inability to meet in person is causing a slowdown in developing new technical standards.
Seattle-based giant Amazon is late to join the cloud gaming market after Google service is up and running, and Microsoft Xbox cloud service is already available in Beta version.
Smart glasses are internet-connected devices, and therefore, pose a threat to privacy to both wearers and those around them.
Conventional planners make a prediction and base a plan it, but scenario planners make no predictions.
The enterprise market for smart glasses will be more lucrative than the consumer market over the next decade.
The smart glasses market was worth $374m in 2019.
AT&T is the latest network operator to announce definitive carbon neutrality plans, indicating in September that it will be carbon-neutral by 2035.
The JEDI wars continue on terra firma. Amazon didn’t waste any time to raise its continued objections after the US Department of Defense (DOD) disclosed it was once again awarding the highly sought after multi-billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) to Microsoft.
The exchange rate of the pound collapsed against major currencies following the latest news about Brexit developments pointing towards a no deal outcome.
The economic and finance ministers of France and Germany have announced a new project - GAIA-X - designed to create a European alternative to the global hyperscale public cloud platforms.
Teradata has been humming along for so long and so quietly that it has acquired a musty stereotype — propagated even by some people who should know better.
A data tool's story-first approach may succeed in winning over the vast numbers of business users who never use data.
On 16th September, the UK’s first robotic ship, named the Mayflower Autonomous Ship, will embark on a transatlantic voyage from Plymouth in England to Plymouth, Massachusetts, retracing the route of the original Mayflower on the 400th anniversary of its crossing.
Health-tech startups will need to watch their backs as the threat of new and aggressive competition looms.
Small businesses are relying heavily on digital technologies to help them through, and out of, the current pandemic, according to a survey published in September.
Had Covid-19 never happened, global filter cigarette sales in 2020, by value, could be expected to be 8% higher than they will be, a difference of US$56bn to the industry, according to leading data and analytics company GlobalData.
Last year’s acquisition of Tableau by Salesforce was a milestone for the end of an era and the inception of a new one, which will make data analysts of many who had never thought to try it.
As of mid-August, Apple TV+ subscribers in the United States could add a greatly discounted $9.99/month bundle that combines the commercial-free version of CBS All Access and Showtime, both owned by ViacomCBS. Showtime alone normally costs $10.99/month while the ad-free version of CBS All Access costs $9.99 a month.
The new Work and Play package from Vodafone offers a second residential broadband line to both new and existing customers, with prices starting from £23/month for a 35Mbps Superfast Fibre connection and rising to £33/pm for their 63Mbps package.
Christain Patouraux founded Kacific Broadband Satellites in 2013.
Apple is making waves in the new trend of cloud gaming.
With the rapid proliferation of mobile connectivity over the last several years, mobile advertising has become the largest digital advertising segment, accounting for nearly three quarters of the total global digital advertising revenue in 2020.
Total telecom and pay-TV service revenues in France reached US$38.3 billion in 2019.
Fixed broadband lines in Brazil will increase from 33.2 million in 2019 to 40.8 million by 2024, supported by robust growth in FTTH subscriptions driven by rising demand for high-speed data services and government efforts to expand fixed broadband connectivity to the remote areas of the country.
On 27 August 27, 2020 Amazon launched its wellness band and app subscription which is named Halo.