Web3 Gaming
Video games have long suffered the stigma of being a waste of time, according to countless complaining mothers the world over. They’re also addictive, socially isolating and can even pose health risks if taken to the extreme
Nokia 5G
Nokia has been ranked as number one in 5G patents by an independent third party. In its study on Standard Essential Patents (published April 2021), independent analyst firm PA Consulting concluded that Nokia is number one for ownership of granted patents that the researchers found essential to 5G standards.
Data published by the Trusted Connectivity Alliance (TCA) showed 2020 had an 83% increase in eSIM shipments year-on-year, reaching 309 million units. TCA is the only organisation to provide a quantitative global view of eSIM shipments, reflecting the high representation of eSIM providers in its membership.
As 2019 ends, you cannot escape how much carriers have raced out their 5G network go-lives with everyone wanting to claim a 5G first from first 5G village to 5G city to 5G shopping centre. But, let’s be honest that all this techno sound and fury is a game of retaining and winning those super-nerd customers.
Huawei Wireless X Labs has released Eight Categories of 5G Commercial Use Cases white paper. Based on deployment practices and 5G research conducted by Huawei, network operators, and industry partners, the white paper elaborates on eight applications with market potential and suitable for large-scale commercial adoption.
Mobile threats have been around nearly as long as the mobile phone, but they continue to increase in number and complexity as mobile devices become more embedded in, and critical to, our everyday lives. What started out as a somewhat limited attack surface more than a decade ago has grown into a vast landscape of devices utilising the iOS and Android operating systems.
Huawei is more trusted by the UK public than Facebook, according to the results of a UK consumer survey conducted by Censuswide. The survey examined attitudes towards the big messaging platform providers (i.e. Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp), as well as wider consumer trust in the technology sector.
The digital world offers many opportunities for business growth however it exposes organisations to new cyber risks. Weak cyber security can leave organisations exposed and the revenue repercussions can be severe. Joe Collinwood, CEO at CySure identifies the risks and how to mitigate them.
A10 Networks
The skills shortage facing the technology industry is a major issue and enterprises are failing to address the talent shortfall. Anthony Webb, Vice-President of EMEA for A10 Networks thinks that companies need to think carefully about how they present themselves to potential employees. In making the enterprise more appealing more talent will come.
iPhone XR colours
Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) released the results of its analysis of the first 30 days of iPhone XR sales in the U.S. In short, not only is the iPhone XR one of Apple's best-selling iPhones, but it's also one of the most appealing iOS-based phones for Android users.
The basis on which the UK will leave the EU has still to be decided but the Government has made clear that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be absorbed into UK law at the point of exit, so there will be no substantive change to the rules that most organisations need to follow.
In conjunction with OnePoll, Carphone surveyed mobile habits of 2000 smartphone users in the UK to find out what habits annoy us most, and which habits we’re guilty of ourselves, in a bid to bring back good old-fashioned phone etiquette.
2015 has been an interesting year for smartphones. We've seen Microsoft launch the first Windows 10 mobiles, BlackBerry launch their first ever Android smartphone and all the major players have produced great smartphones with a variety of features.
Last month, BlackBerry acquired WatchDox, a startup that developed cross-platform technology for digital rights management and for enterprises to share files securely. BlackBerry are to integrate WatchDox’s technology as a value-added service with BlackBerry’s Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) portfolio.
On Saturday, we reported how Canadian Liberal MPP for Etibicoke-North, Shafiq Qaadri has asked legislature to allow members of parliament and staff to use a variety of smartphones instead of remaining trapped in its “BlackBerry-only policy and called the assembly’s current policy “handicapping, retarding and penalizing MPPs”
You have probably heard of the iTunescard, also called the iTunes voucher. With these vouchers you can buy your favorite music and movies in the iTunes Store. But did you know that you can also use the iTunes vouchers in the App Store and iBooks Store?
There are over one billion smartphones in use today – an enormous number and approximately one sixth of the world’s population. But are they just glorified trackers?
The architects of G-Cloud, the UK public sector procurement framework for information technology services that use cloud computing, are calling on government, departments, the Government Digital Service (GDS), buyers and sellers to do more to encourage its adoption four years after its initial launch.
Although nearly half of UK consumers (43%) use a smartphone banking app, and more than a third (34%) are using an app at least one a week, new research shows that, of the generation of mobile apps currently available from five leading UK banks, there is considerable room for improvement.