Poland’s Ministry of Digitization aims to expand fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network coverage to 100% of households by 2022.
Total telecom and pay-TV services revenue in Colombia will expand at a modest 0.6% CAGR (1.1% in local currency terms) between 2020 and 2025.
Telecom operators in Morocco have recently increased their focus on financial inclusion in the Kingdom.
The future of cities and and the property market in will be one of the key topics debated at Barcelona New Economy Week.
The Mexican government is currently supporting the implementation two ambitious infrastructure projects to expand mobile and fixed broadband infrastructure across the country.
The global wearables market has proved resilient during the Covid-19 pandemic as consumers look to better understand their health.
To support the increasing coverage of fixed broadband services, in September 2020, the Argentinean government announced the launch of a US$500 million (ARS37.9 billion) national connectivity plan, named “Plan Conectar” to improve access to broadband and digital TV services in the country.
App developers are increasingly frustrated with Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store policies.
With numerous sectors still reeling from the impacts of Covid-19, small businesses are arguably among the organisations hit the hardest.
The working world post-pandemic will not see either a complete return to the office or become fully remote, with a hybrid model becoming the norm.
French unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) company Azur Drones has announced that it has appointed the former chief of the country’s secret service to help scale its presence in the surveillance and security space.
Sales enablement company Seismic has raised $92m in a Series F funding round, putting the US company’s valuation at $92bn.
Amid geopolitical tensions between China and several countries, most notably India and the USA, the first casualty has been a free and open internet.
Washington State has been hit by a "sprawling, multifaceted cyberattack" according to sources close to the matter, Bloomberg has reported.
Finnish telecommunications firm Nokia has secured a deal to supply 5G network equipment to BT, in a move that will help the mobile provider phase out Huawei kit.
The United Nations (UN) is sounding the alarm that the continuation of distance learning during the Covid-19 crisis may leave students without the right technology tools in an academic abyss.
French logistics robotics company Exotec has today announced that it has raised $90m funding in order to roll out its warehouse automation solution globally.
When the topic of network and security convergence is in discussion, the song ‘Don’t Believe the Hype’ from the 80’s hip hop group ‘Public Enemy’ comes to mind.
The smartwatch has found its place in this world by primarily focusing on health and fitness, and Apple has led the way.
The introduction of Google Glass in 2013 launched a new wave of smart glasses hype.
The G20 Leaders' Summit will be held virtually this year, with the theme of "realising opportunities of the 21st century for all".
Ride-hailing giant Uber has regained its licence to operate in London after the company successfully appealed against Transport for London (TfL).
There has been a small but meaningful trickle of news on private wireless (cellular) network deployments over the last couple of years.
Fintech startup Acin has today announced that it has raised $12m in Series A funding to further expand its digitising efforts for non-financial and operational risk.
The body responsible for developing the standards governing 5G technology has signaled that its inability to meet in person is causing a slowdown in developing new technical standards.
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Amazon has unveiled the latest in its suite of smart home security devices: the Always Home Cam security drone.
OrionStar, a subsidiary of Chinese tech company Cheetah Mobile, has launched a humanoid robot coffee maker that could play a role in the Covid-era hospitality industry.