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.
The growing need for businesses to embrace digital transformation is prompting many firms to adopt a hybrid multi-cloud approach.
70% of UK businesses plan to invest in 5G within the next three years, according to a study by EY published today.
Insurtech startup Digital Risks has raised $10.4m in a second Series A funding round, allowing it to further its digital-first insurance offering for small and mediums-sized enterprises (SMEs).
As computer vision (CV) technology matures, it will prompt increasing scrutiny from regulators worldwide, especially on the use of facial recognition (FR) technology, which is relatively cheap and easy to implement.
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Challenger bank Revolut has become the most valuable fintech startup in the UK after its valuation tripled since 2018 to £4.2bn.
Those in the business of making industry predictions say ‘5G monetisation’ will be one of the most important themes of 2020.
Smart cities’ future infrastructure will rely on the analysis of data relayed by the sensors in buildings, infrastructure, transportation, and power grids, enabling city authorities to make critical decisions in real-time.
You would be forgiven for thinking 5G is just another wireless mobile technology.
Listed below are the leading technology trends in augmented reality, as identified by GlobalData.
The explosion in the volume of visual data, coupled with the increased sophistication of artificial neural networks and the availability of chips created specifically for artificial intelligence processes, will all drive growth in computer vision (CV) over the coming years.
A wearable that can monitor vital signs through fur or several layers of clothing has been developed by researchers, showing potential for use by both pets and people.
By 2050, the challenges facing humanity will be lost or won in cities.
Generation Z workers are vital to companies’ ongoing digital transformation, but according to a report published today, many companies are failing to make full use of this emerging cohort.
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We’re living in a digital age.
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.
A hacker stole the personal data of 1,000 employees of the Ordnance Survey, the government-owned mapping agency for Britain, Verdict can reveal.
The city of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, is poised to take over from London as Europe’s leading tech hub, and the main reason is Brexit, a key recruiter for the industry has warned.
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The government of Ecuador has set ambitious national broadband plans to support growth in Internet subscriptions in the country.
New European Commission proposals could require Big Tech companies to share data with smaller rivals.
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.
The hack on MGM Resorts that has exposed the personal details of over 10 million people may be a smokescreen for a far more sophisticated attack to get in-depth personal data on law enforcement leaders, private sector heads, key government influencers and politicians.
How good a representation of you is your data self?