With early deployments of 5G now underway in the US, it is becoming clear that all 5G is not created equal and performance thus far varies wildly depending on operator, city and spectrum being used.
Facebook recently unveiled “proactive” scrutiny measures and administrator tools for its closed-community private groups.
In Latin America, fixed broadband revenue will increase from US$23.8 billion in 2019 to US$28.7 billion in 2024, which represents a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.8%.
A new wireless technology, CBRS, offers enterprises a do-it-yourself option but it also allows companies such as Google, Amazon, Nokia, and Comcast to offer an alternative approach to private nets.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), Dubai-based Mashreq Bank and Norbloc (a DIFC-based fintech company), plan to launch the Middle East’s first blockchain know your customer (KYC) data-sharing consortium by 2020.
The recent disclosure that Cisco settled with US federal, state and local government agencies and the contractor who had originally alerted the company to a flaw in video surveillance technology could be a harbinger of things to come.
Thanks to the power of artificial intelligence, new low-code platforms catering to non-coders have been significantly enhanced.
The beleaguered European manufacturing sector has seen deceleration after two of the largest industrial companies, Siemens and ArcelorMittal, have reported drops in quarterly earnings.
Civil libertarians of every political stripe should be concerned about US President Donald Trump blaming digital art for young Americans’ capacity for mass murder.
Delivery of fifth-generation (5G) services represents the future of the mobile network, but what do operators do with all the previous wireless generations – 2G, 3G, and 4G?
Now that we are seeing the first 5G sites come online and some of the first 5G phones become available on the market, it’s time to re-assess what that really means.
The aggregate fixed broadband penetration of the population in Europe was 58.3% in 2018 and is expected to reach 70% in 2024.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is pressing ahead with the development of its communications infrastructure as a part of plans to reduce the country’s economic dependence on oil resources.
Morocco’s mobile telecoms market is changing, as user demand for mobile data is growing.
Microsoft has finally set a retirement date for Skype for Business Online, outlining a greatly anticipated migration plan to its shiny new Microsoft Teams messaging solution.
Communications service providers (CSPs) face declining carriage revenue and increasing competition from traditional rivals and disruptive players in the form of OTT players, cloud-based service providers and new market entrants with leaner operating models.
AI is big business and a major focus of R&D and acquisitions – especially for tech giants such as Facebook, Microsoft and Apple.
The Tech Mahindra AI platform GAiA is designed to make it easier for enterprises to build and manage models, and to collaborate with internal and external stakeholders and partners when deploying AI applications.
The innovative flagship folding phone from Samsung, the $2,000 Galaxy Fold, is finally expected to have a release date in September, after a five-month delay.
At 152.4%, Uruguay recorded the second-highest mobile penetration rate in Latin America, at year-end 2018, only below Costa Rica and nearly 41 percentage points above the regional average.
After more than two years of negotiations, a T-Mobile-Sprint union may finally come to fruition.
As digital personal assistants move past gimmicky mobile usage to adoption in the home, take-up is on the rise.
Pampers in the US announced the launch of a new line of “smart” nappies that can alert parents when babies need their nappies changed.
Video analytics has been a hot topic for the past few years, but only recently have we seen larger-scale deployments in the public safety sphere. Government spend on these technologies is set to increase in the coming years and plenty of vendors are readying their portfolios to meet this demand.
Ongoing US demonstrations in California, point to a growing conflict between Silicon Valley giants Lyft and Uber, and the thousands of drivers who are now starting to insist on employee status, a living wage and associated benefits, as well as the right to collectively organise.
Mobile subscription penetration of the population in Ecuador reached 91.8% in 2018, 21 percentage points below the regional average.
Over half of British businesses fear the UK’s tech skills shortage will deepen after Brexit, according to a survey of 1,000 business leaders by Salesforce, a cloud services provider.
Brands need a social media presence; this is accepted as an absolute given in modern-day marketing.
Industrialisation has long been a central pillar of global economic development.
The cloud services arm of China-based retail giant Alibaba says it has seen an increasing demand across its customers in the Middle East “for innovations to enable data intelligence products such as image search, video streaming and online recommendation engine.” Alibaba cloud snaps at heels of Amazon and Microsoft in the Middle East Selina Yuan,