Advertisers wield a significant amount of power when it comes to media platforms such as TV and the Internet, however, Facebook may be immune thanks to its unprecedented scale, ease of use, and quite precise targeted advertising capabilities.
The Dubai Cyber Index has been launched as part of the state government’s push to make its local cyber space safer and more resilient.
As the adoption of public cloud service providers like Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure continues to grow, a shockingly large number of organizations are experiencing a host of cybersecurity incidents as they migrate work functions to public clouds.
Reports that AT&T is considering selling its Warner Bros.
5G leads as Verdict lists the top five terms tweeted on telecommunications in Q2 2020, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
Between Friday 3rd and Sunday 5th July, Disney+ was downloaded 513,323 times globally.
Cybersecurity is one of the most fertile and fast-moving areas of technology.
Terminus Technologies (TT), a China-based firm specialising in smart technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, has been named Expo 2020 Dubai’s ‘Official Robotics Partner’.
One of the largest lifestyle changes to occur during the pandemic period has been the shift away from working at an office to work from home.
The Indian government has made the unprecedented decision to ban 59 Chinese apps, signifying a major turning point for the global tech landscape.
US satellite pay-TV operator Dish Network moved a step forward in its plan to build a greenfield 5G network in the US On 30 June.
The Covid-19 outbreak has negatively affected many industries in China, forcing FMCG brands to seek new promotion strategies in a bid to stay afloat.
The telecom wholesale market in its various forms has remained stable in 2020 – Influenced by an overall decline in international roaming revenues (as much as 50%) due to the lockdown measures, and an increase in connectivity and growth in traditional wholesale services.
Contact center employees are much maligned and rarely receive much sympathy.
Australia is grappling with the Covid-19 pandemic that has reached 7,492 confirmed cases in Australia as of 24 June 2020.
Internet TV platforms are increasingly investing in original programming, placing them in direct competition with traditional media conglomerates.
Tech companies rarely get involved in direct political action, if they can help it.
BT’s Green Tech Innovation Platform (GTIP) using edge computing and Internet of Things (IoT) innovation could play a major role in helping to drive a greener post-Covid-19 recovery for the UK economy.
Companies are rapidly deploying wearables in the fight against Covid-19 with studies on early detection, proximity scanning, and contact tracing activities around the world.
Working from home may reduce as work places are opening up and people are going back into offices that have sat virtually empty for the last several months.
Amnesty International is issuing a warning that some of the new Covid-19 contact tracing apps may not just be an invasion of privacy but potentially put lives at risk.
The twin tensions of Covid-19 and police killings of unarmed black men have created an extraordinary moment in history.
Heavy equipment manufacturer Caterpillar has acquired Marble Robot Inc., pushing forward its automation and autonomy strategy.
Results of a recent survey do not provide a lot of optimism that the US is prepared to use contact tracing to clamp down on the spread of Covid-19.
This week, California-based metal 3D printing company Velo3D revealed it had raised an additional $12m in funding, taking its total to $150m.
The University of Michigan’s 2019-2020 American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) report brought both good and bad news for US telecom operators.
Limiting numbers of people in a given space is seen as essential to maintaining social distancing in the wake of the first wave of the coronavirus, in order to prevent it from spreading and causing new cases of Covid-19.
Wearing a facemask is common practice in Asia-Pacific, and has been for many years.
IBM‘s decision to no longer offer general purpose facial recognition (FR) technology comes at a time when police activity is under increased scrutiny following the anti-racist protests across the US.