With broadband still a relatively new and-evolving proposition in general election terms, and having been more recently upgraded to the status of household utility in public perception, it is striking how quickly the main parties’ policies on broadband have become about much more than the speed it takes to load a web page.
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.
Victory for the Conservative Party in the general election would be the best outcome for the UK’s technology industry, according to a poll of Verdict readers.
Many European players have expanded their cloud portfolio offerings to cater for large enterprises and SMEs.
When you picture an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or a drone, most would imagine a small, helicopter-like structure with a series of propellers.
A report into safety during Uber rides in the US has revealed that there were over 3,000 sexual assault incidents in 2018 alone.
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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.
Have you heard the phrase “data is the new oil”?
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
Amazon Web Services (AWS) and telecoms giant Verizon have announced they are partnering to deliver 5G edge cloud computing.
Do you know what blockchain is?
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An official declaration issued today by world leaders attending the NATO meeting in London has highlighted the need for 5G security, in what the US government will likely interpret as a ban on Huawei.
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.
Thanks to advances in electric, connected and driverless vehicles, the automotive industry is arguably undergoing its most radical transformation since the invention of the motor car back in 1885.
Worldwide shipments of enterprise drones are set to grow by 50% in 2020, according to research released today by Gartner.
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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.
With just over a week before the UK goes to the polls to vote in the general election, academic think tank The UK in a Changing Europe has criticised party manifestos as setting out “vague and potentially unrealistic” Brexit plans.
Inviting the extended family over at Christmas isn’t always the fun and games that you first pictured.
A robot arm strikes a tennis ball, serving it at 220 miles per hour.
4G is set to become the dominant mobile technology by generation in Senegal, by 2024.
Residents of Scotland are largely enthusiastic about the potential of smart city technologies, suggesting that the country could see strong public support for greater digitisation.