A group of telecommunications, technology, aviation and aerospace companies recently announced the formation of the HAPS (high altitude platform station) Alliance, dedicated to the promotion of a new communications platform supported by aircraft hovering in the earth’s stratosphere.
Those in the business of making industry predictions say ‘5G monetisation’ will be one of the most important themes of 2020.
Facebook’s latest quarterly announcement of the weakest growth figures in the seven years since it went public has highlighted the need for the company to find a new future growth driver.
The mobile data segment generated 29.1% of the total revenue in the telecoms and pay-TV market in Honduras at year-end 2019.
The government of Ecuador has set ambitious national broadband plans to support growth in Internet subscriptions in the country.
After a four-year hiatus, an updated iPhone SE, dubbed the SE 2, is expected to make an appearance in March.
Despite years of warnings about the risk of insider cyber threats, the number of incidents and the associated costs has risen sharply over the last two years.
China’s Hubei province has been hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak.
Apple’s recent acquisition of Xnor.ai will help it challenge Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and Google, in the race to target emerging opportunities associated with artificial intelligence (AI) and edge computing.
At 4.1 billion people, Asia comprises the majority of the global population.
As a cultural product, gaming dwarfs both Hollywood and music combined, and the arrival of 5G is only likely to increase its reach.
The world’s largest phone company Samsung could strengthen its lead with its latest smartphone releases, including its second foldable device.
Wearable tech is an emerging sub-market in the Internet of Things (IoT) theme but has yet to establish itself in the IoT mainstream, due to limited interoperability and underdeveloped self-contained functionalities.
India largely depends on China for smartphone component production and the coronavirus will delay upcoming smartphone launches.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has claimed that one in four people will face mental illness at least once in their life.
US Attorney General William Barr raised eyebrows by suggesting in a February 6 speech that the US and its allies should consider buying a controlling stake in Nokia or Ericsson.
A New York Times investigation has catapulted Clearview AI, a US-based facial recognition (FR) company, into the center of the privacy debate.
At this stage, no one really knows what went horribly wrong with the mobile app created to speed-up the process of counting state-wide votes during the Democratic caucus in Iowa earlier this week, but developers across the globe can only imagine.
Google Fiber’s decision to stop offering linear TV service to new customers is a sign of the times as much as it is part of Google’s efforts to realign its diminutive broadband internet business.
Cloud and managed services do not make disaster recovery and business continuity planning just a “nice to have”.
IBM’s Ginni Rometty is exiting her role as CEO in April.
In July 2018, the Netherlands updated its national broadband strategy with the connectivity national plan.
Orange Spain is the second-largest player in the Spanish telecoms market, right after incumbent Telefonica, with a 2019 subscriber market share of 26.4% in mobile and 25.6% in fixed broadband services.
Telecom operators in Europe have already perceived the need to expand their portfolio beyond connectivity to monetise the growing smart home opportunity.
Amazon filed a motion in the US Federal Court of Claims to temporarily halt Microsoft’s work on the US Department of Defense (DOD) JEDI digital transformation contract while the courts consider the company’s arguments that the award process was flawed due to political interference.
Ahead of its first earnings of 2020 in February, Disney is set to start off 2020 with a mountain to climb, but the future looks bright.
The Latin American cloud computing services market will expand at a 22.4% CAGR from 2019 to 2023.
The Paraguayan telecoms and pay-TV market holds great growth potential.
VR technology has evolved significantly over the past five years, with improvements on both the hardware and software side.
Edge computing has become an increasingly hot topic in the technology and telecoms world.