The Oregon office of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation recently issued a warning about the privacy and security dangers of smart TVs. The end-of-year holiday shopping period is a great time to caution consumers about the likely privacy intrusions enabled by the intelligent electronic goods they are bringing in their homes following Black Friday.
Access by Amazon to NHS data could help reduce the burden on public services but the price may be access – if limited – by Big Tech to people’s personal data.
According to a new forecast from GlobalData, the market for Enterprise Mobility Management reached $13.3bn in 2019, a year in which mobile application management caught up to mobile device management in terms of revenues.
Two new separate partnership initiatives – one from AT&T/Microsoft and one from Verizon/Amazon – illustrate the extent to which 5G mobile communications and its technological cousin, edge computing, is finally edging towards becoming a reality.
Orange Cyberdefense, a France-based cybersecurity company, is capitalising on its home market strengths in an effort to expand its security portfolio but challenges remain.
Although quantum computing is still in the early stages, and practical applications for it still need to be developed, there is no doubt that the technology’s impressive processing power holds the potential to have a major impact across vertical industries.
US talk show host John Oliver didn’t hold back when he ripped into his “business daddy” AT&T, the new parent company of HBO, which airs his late-night show ‘Last Week Tonight’.
Verdict lists ten of the most popular tweets in big data in November 2019, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
Verdict lists the top five terms discussed in disruptive technology in November 2019, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
Public trust in Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple (GAFA) has never been lower and evidence suggests a wave of regulation will soon be unleashed against tech companies.
To remain competitive and find new revenue opportunities in the field of IoT, telecom operators are shifting towards services, software and devices to ramp up their IoT portfolio and ascend the IoT value chain.
Many European players have expanded their cloud portfolio offerings to cater for large enterprises and SMEs.
Back in the Stone Age of the internet, folks used to talk about how the World Wide Web would save the planet.
It was recently reported that mobile phone users in China must now have their faces scanned when registering for new mobile phone services.
A new survey by the Communications Fraud Control Association (CFCA) shows both good news and bad news in network operators’ efforts to control communications fraud.
In November 2019, California hosted the world’s largest Kubernetes conference, KubeCon.
The business of retail is about separating people from their money, and recently the industry has also seen how advances in payment systems technology could soon separate innovators in the financial sector from laggards. At Telia, the Nordic telco’s engineers are putting its brand new 5G network to use in combining these two innovation tracks
As regional governments become increasingly aware of the social and economic threat posed by climate change, population growth and resource over-consumption, there is growing appreciation that improved energy efficiency, reduced use of non-renewable resources and environmental sustainability can only be achieved by successfully developing and harnessing new environmental technology – clean technology, or ‘cleantech’.
When you think of testbed locations for artificial intelligence (AI), you might think of the US, Japan or China, but the UK also deserves a spot on that list.
Anyone taking an evening stroll along the banks of Dubai’s creek on 12 November might have been concerned by the unusual droning sound coming from behind the walls of the British embassy. The unmistakable, if somewhat incongruous, skirl of bagpipes could be heard clearly throughout the city’s embassy quarter as a lone bagpiper welcomed guests
The recent decision by Transport for London (TfL) not to renew Uber’s license to operate in London comes after TfL became dissatisfied with attempts by the ride-hailing service to address concerns over safety, having previously revoked Uber’s license in September 2017.
4G is set to become the dominant mobile technology by generation in Senegal, by 2024.
Google’s recent launch of Stadia, a much-heralded cloud gaming platform, clearly demonstrates its intentions of exploiting the upcoming holiday season, but there are good reasons to think not all will go according to plan for Alphabet. Issues with competition and technical challenges mean Stadia will need to lift its game if it is to impress. Competition
Orange Group recently launched its own-branded 5G smartphone – the Orange Neva Jet.
Mobile subscriptions in Mexico will reach an estimated 127.8 million by year-end 2019, moreover, the share of mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) subscriptions is expected to reach 1.5% in Mexico in 2019, aligned with its Latin American peers.
Wireless spectrum has always been the lifeblood of the mobile carrier industry.
Eddie Stobart are weeks away making their final delivery, unless a rescue deal can save the ailing freight company.
In the dying days of October, the boards of Italian and French car giants Fiat Chrysler (FCA) and PSA (Peugeot Citroen) agreed on a merger that would create the world’s fourth-largest carmaker, a proposal that has been largely well-received by the auto industry. But analysts at GlobalData have poured cold water on this outlook and
A $500m Olympics deal for Airbnb before their initial public offering (IPO) in 2020 is welcome news for potential investors.
Just as the market for AI platforms is heating up, so is competition in the AI chip space.