Facial recognition (FR) technology is under scrutiny by the EU.
Quibi is framing its release as a watershed moment in the history of video content.
Disaster recovery – didn’t that go out with the mainframe computer?
There’s never been a tech story like the Huawei-Trump bust-up.
Charter Communications’ decision to shutter its home-security service next month is yet another cautionary tale from the emerging smart home services segment.
Artificial intelligence (AI), we are told, will transform our lives.
Last year’s consolidation of low-code platforms, in which AI played the most prominent role, has helped in addressing operations’ most pressing issue: the need for software automation.
CES, held in January in Las Vegas every year, is one of the biggest shows in consumer electronics.
In-car entertainment and increasing autonomy will pose new challenges and opportunities for designers.
Deepfakes are on the rise.
Challenging conditions face Huawei Technologies even though they have continued to post solid revenue growth over the past few years.
Robocalls sparked a rare moment of bipartisanship when both houses of the US Congress and the President were in near-unanimous agreement.
While most people go to CES to see exciting new devices and technologies for consumer applications, many of the same technologies enable compelling enterprise use cases.
In 5G, latency is a big deal.
GlobalData research has found the top companies trending based on their performance and engagement online.
Interest in the internet of things (IoT) is gaining momentum in the Africa and Middle East (AME) region.
Fixed broadband lines will increase at a 7.7% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) over 2019-2024 to reach 1.6 million by 2024, supported by robust growth in fibre subscriptions on the back of the government’s initiative to provide broadband service to its underserved population.
Qualcomm is one of the leading telecom chipset makers in the world.
Outages on the internet are becoming a political tool of oppression.
Some 15 years after the payment card industry settled on a single data security standard with PCI DSS, there are indications that too many organizations practices haven’t risen to the level of maturity that would have been anticipated at this point.
A survey released in December sends a clear message to connected home device manufacturers.
Facebook (FB) has built and acquired a solid family of assets during the last decade.
A recent legal case launched against tech giants has renewed concerns over cobalt mining in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
The success or failure for enterprises looking to deploy large-scale cloud-first development projects has very little to do with the development of actual solutions. Whether the solution is something as simple as an AI-driven customer support chatbot or as complex as an automated global supply chain, success will depend upon work done very early on
We’ve long known that malware can bring corporate and private computers, together with entire IT systems, to their knees.
This year has marked an important milestone in the development of telco cloud market strategies in Africa and the Middle East (AME), as the first regional presence was opened by Microsoft in South Africa and the UAE as well as AWS in Bahrain. Microsoft further announced plans to establish a cloud datacentre in Qatar in
The streaming wars are entering full flow.
Denmark’s digital strategy aims to deliver 100Mbps downlink and 30Mbps uplink broadband speeds to all households and businesses across the nation by 2020. The Scandinavian nation is close to delivering on its targets.
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.