There are several significant features that can industrialise IoT, including Machine 2 Machine communication, Edge Appliances and automation use cases, with one of the main drivers being the use of sensors.
According to a new report from Arelion (formerly Telia Carrier), a third (32%) of business leaders admit that over 50% of their decision-making process is based on emotional response or ‘gut feel’ when choosing a network provider.
Discord is an essential tool for web3 communities, but can quickly become overwhelming and tedious without the right tools to help you navigate it.
In the IoT industry, the term “IoT connectivity” is typically about the IoT network solutions behind this type of connectivity: WiFi, cellular, LPWAN and others.
There has been a lot of reports in the media this week after "legal experts" warned UK drivers that it is illegal for UK drivers to use Apple Pay on their iPhones at a McDonalds' (or any other) Fast Food Drive-Through.
Thrive Analytics and ARtillery Intelligence have released a new report where ARtillery Intelligence authored survey questions and a narrative report while Thrive Analytics administered the survey
A recent study published in the leading medical journal Frontiers in Neurology has shown that blood pressure monitoring on Galaxy Watch could help patients with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) effectively manage orthostatic hypotension
New BT research has revealed that almost half all of Brits (41%) say they have cupboards, drawers or bags full of unwanted electrical waste as nearly a third (31%) don’t know how to recycle it.
Independent research firm Strategy Analytics, says it has determined that BlackBerry QNX software is now embedded in over 195 million vehicles, an increase of 20 million from the year before.
O2 has released new research showing an expected surge in mobile data traffic along the UK’s main motorways this bank holiday. Over a third of cars on the roads will have more than 3 mobile devices at any time and a quarter of drivers will rely on mobile phones and tablets to keep passengers entertained on staycation road trips by streaming video and music.
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.
Check Point Research (CPR), the Threat Intelligence arm of Check Point Software, has published its new Brand Phishing Report for Q1 2021. The report highlights the brands which were most frequently imitated by criminals in their attempts to steal individuals’ personal information or payment credentials during January, February and March.
The pandemic’s work-from-home reality resulted in an unprecedented change for organizations as they fought to defend exponentially greater attack surfaces from cybercriminals armed with powerful cloud-based tools, cloud storage and endless targets.
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.
New research from O2, conducted online with YouGov, found that people are relying on their mobile data more than ever to stay online during the day, with over a third of Brits regularly switching to mobile data to stay online.
The first phase of the new Shared Rural Network could boost rural business turnover by £187.7 million, with the lion’s share of revenue gains going to businesses in rural Scotland and the struggling hospitality sector.
Panasonic has released its new research, “From Renew to Reuse: The Mobile Computing Sustainability Challenge”. The independent study of 772 IT decision makers in the UK, Germany and Sweden
Vodafone has today revealed the results of research with YouGov that show how Brits are missing out on £6.9 billion of potential savings by not trading in their existing handsets as they upgrade to the latest tech.
New research from Nokia and Nokia Bell Labs has found that 5G-enabled industries have the potential to add $8 trillion to global GDP by 2030, as COVID-19 accelerates medium and long-term digital investment and value creation.
In a surprise announcement last week, it was revealed that BlackBerry is teaming up with startup OnwardMobility for a new 5G smartphone with physical keyboard and enhanced security. Let's delve into our opinion of some of the mistakes that have been made in the past and whether lessons will be learned going forward.
Research from O2 Business, in partnership with Retail Economics, reveals how the dramatic increase in online shopping has fast-forwarded the way that customers want to shop – signalling an imminent change in the retail sector.
Due to internet connection problems, 8.5 million UK households suffered work, schooling or entertainment disruption, or were cut off from their families, during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Frost & Sullivan has published an assessment of the cyberthreat landscape and the proportion that BlackBerry’s suite of technologies can protect against, concluding that BlackBerry can secure all IoT endpoints, and upwards of 96% of all cyberthreats.
At the Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2020 (HAS 2020) on May 19, Huawei Enterprise Business Group shared its insights into industry trends and challenges it currently faces with global analysts and media.enter
A recent study reveals how the spread of COVID-19 and the subsequent surge in remote work has affected businesses of all sizes. The current lockdown has led to an influx of employees working from home.
Delivering gigabit connectivity to every corner of Britain could provide more than a £50bn economic boost in the next five years, according to a new report by Assembly Research.
Most professionals no longer see LinkedIn as a platform for valuable business networking but for marketing, sales and recruitment, according to new research.
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.
5G networks support a massive number of connected devices, enable a huge increase of bandwidth over LTE, and create a threat landscape different from previous networks. Security challenges stem from the very attributes that make 5G such an improvement.
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.
As BlackBerry celebrates its 35th birthday today, touting "35 years of innovation", BlackBerry CEO John Chen said the new foldable phones from Samsung, Huawei and others are just not innovative or particularly useful.
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.
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.
The Information Commissioner is reminding organisations to be transparent with people’s personal information, after a survey revealed trust and confidence in how organisations handle personal data is still low, despite an improvement across sectors.
Only one third of senior executives in UK organisations admit their company insurance currently covers them for a security breach and for the financial impact of data loss, despite the fact that 81 per cent agree that it is ‘vital’ their organisation is insured against information security breaches.
MetaMe will potentially be the world’s first crypto-complete wallet and universal personal data marketplace, helping build online communities by paying individuals to share metapods (or mPods).
Global Wireless Solutions has today released the results of its most comprehensive nationwide customer experience test of mobile network performance. It is the first test of its kind to combine controlled scientific network testing with a deep analysis of consumer behaviour and expectations of performance.
DisplayMate Technologies has released the results of its comprehensive evaluation of the Galaxy S9’s Infinity Display, concluding that Samsung’s new flagship possesses “the best-performing smartphone display that we have ever tested.”
Speaking to journalists at a briefing ahead of Mobile World Congress 2018, Francois Mahieu, the chief commercial officer of BlackBerry Mobile, said he hopes to capture 3 percent to 5 percent of the market for premium phones in the next few years.
A10 Networks today launched new research examining the behaviour and attitudes of the workforce towards the use of business and personal apps and its impact on risk, security and corporate culture.
Automakers and suppliers must make enhancing cybersecurity a key focus of their cultures if the connected, autonomous vehicles of the future are to be safe.
Led by academics from University of Edinburgh Business School and The University of St Andrews, the study analysed the performance of banks directed by more than 600 US-born Chief Executive Officers who were children or...
Within the next few months Apple’s much anticipated iPhone 8 will hit the UK market. With iOS11 due to debut around the same time as the new iPhone launches, the timing of the new technologies and much rumoured features.
DisplayMate Technologies has released the results of its comprehensive evaluation of the Galaxy S8’s Infinity Display, concluding that Samsung’s new flagship possesses “the best-performing smartphone display that we have ever tested.”
Nokia’s campaign announcing the relaunch of its classic 3310 mobile has had a significant impact on consumer engagement with the brand - 50% of consumers say they have read or heard about Nokia in the past week.
Gartner recently published its Q4 smartphone ranking global sales of smartphones to end users, totalling 432 million units in the fourth quarter of 2016, a 7 percent increase over the fourth quarter of 2015.
As the Internet continues to go mobile, smartphones and tablets have become prime targets for malware attacks. The threat is real. But how much do consumers know about the risk of mobile malware?
BlackBerry entered the Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) market yesterday with BBM Enterprise SDK that will enable developers to integrate secure messaging, voice and video capabilities into applications and services.
When Android first made its way into the consumer market, no one could have predicted the impact it would have. Android was an operating system developed with a simple idea at its core..
Earlier this week, there was a "report" published which basically suggested that BlackBerry phones sales had dried up in the UK and that the "expert" opinion was that BlackBerry were given a year to live,
A new report by a leading global provider of decision science and big data analytics solutions, Mu Sigma, has revealed a diverse landscape when it comes to how multinational enterprises tackle problem solving and analytics.
Earlier this week, BlackBerry announced that itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s planning to discontinue its Classic smartphone, the last BlackBerry handset to feature the traditional keyboard and trackpad dominating the face of the phone.
New research published today on the network activity of 1 million European mobile phone users has revealed the threat of a cyber-attack more than doubled during the games.
BlackBerryÃ¢â‚¬Ëœs stock had its Ã¢â‚¬Å“market performÃ¢â‚¬Â rating reiterated by Wells Fargo in a research report issued on Monday. They presently have a $7.62 target price on the companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s stock.
A veteran Wall Street analyst who covered BlackBerry for more than a decade has come back from a two-year hiatus to warn investors the company's handset unit is dragging down the business and should be shut down.
With the proliferation of mobile devices, security has never been more paramount Ã¢â‚¬â€œ and no other company is more chiefly aware of that than BlackBerry.
The news that BlackBerry's global decryption key has been in the hands of the RCMP since 2010 raised it's ugly head last week, prompting BlackBerry CEO John Chen to (once again) take to the BlackBerry blog.
BlackBerry reported financial results Friday for the three months and fiscal year ended February 29, 201, generating $464 million in revenue, down 30% from last year and well below the $563 million expected by Wall Street.
There is an aura of gloom surrounding BlackBerry 10 and for once it is not coming from the media, it is coming from BlackBerry 10 users.
BlackBerry announced on Wednesday that it had acquired U.K.-based cyber security consultancy Encription to kick off their new Professional Cybersecurity Services practice.
For the first time a BlackBerry executive and has come out and said that BlackBerry will indeed be dropping their own BlackBerry 10 OS in time.
According to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker, smartphone vendors shipped a total of 399.5 million units during the fourth quarter of 2015
BlackBerry's new India managing director Narendra Nayak says his first task is to win back customer confidence while rebuilding the business.
BlackBerry CEO John declared today BlackBerry are now safe as a company. More importantly, he reiterated the fact that customers, enterprises and more all believe that BlackBerry, as a company, is here to stay.
There is a media trend happening at BlackBerry and it is not a good one. Invariably, BlackBerry CEO John Chen will make a statement, the media will report on what he says, and John Chen will take to the BlackBerry Blogs in an attempt to clarify what he initially said.
The debate about whether law enforcement should possess the ability to access encrypted communications has once again risen to the surface.
Cleveland Research Analysts have updated their position on BlackBerry, rating the stock a Neutral with a 12-month price target of $7.73.
With the upcoming release of the BlackBerry Priv, BlackBerry's first ever smartphone powered by Android, there has been a lot of talk about the future of BlackBerry 10.
BlackBerryÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s chief operating officer (COO) Marty Beard spoke at the GoodExchange Cyber Security Summit 2015 in London today.
While remaining silent for such a long time, BlackBerry have finally announced the existence of the Android phone, called the Priv, and stated that it will be available before the end of the calendar year.
BlackBerry's downsized employee base in India is not a deliberate move to cut staff but a result of a global transformation drive, according to Steven E. Zipperstein, Chief Legal Officer, BlackBerry.
In November 2014, BlackBerry announced a strategic partnership with Samsung that allowed Samsung's enterprise-grade phones to be managed remotely by BES12.
BlackBerry announced yesterday that they have entered a definitive agreement to acquire Good Technology for $425 million in cash.
According to new findings from a study conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of TRUSTe, 64% of UK internet users agree that the 'Right to be Forgotten'* should be a human right.
BlackBerry's upcoming Android phone is generating a huge amount of interest on the Interwebs but unfortunately, this can also lead to fakes
In another interview with Fox Business, John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO, BlackBerry is once again questioned on how BlackBerry's turnaround strategy is coming along.
SAPÃ‚Â SEÃ‚Â today announced the results of a global survey which indicates that despite the importance of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) in an organization, companies are not satisfied with their tools to meet regulations.
CNET is celebrating it's twentieth birthday and asked "the visionaries building our new world" to reflect on the digital revolution and what it means for our future.
For 12 years, Gregory Wade worked as a senior executive at BlackBerry, leading the companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s fast-growing Asia-Pacific business unit Ã¢â‚¬â€œ a division that included vast emerging markets such as Indonesia.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has reiterated that the company is not for sale Ã¢â‚¬â€ at least for now. Still, Chen doesn't have any plans to exit the hardware business completely. He says his reasoning for that risky decision is both practical and emotional.
BlackBerry has rejected political moves to ban strong encryption, saying that itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s a short-sighted policy that would not serve companies or governments.
Every since the rumors on the internet started about BlackBerry producing an Android smartphone, BlackBerry users have been involved in terse, sometimes heated, debates over whether BlackBerry could actually produce an Android smartphone.
BlackBerry is determined to keep its lead in enterprise mobility management (EMM), making sure that customers have the widest options and top-class solutions possible, Mike Al Mefleh, BlackBerryÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s product management director for the Middle East, has told Khaleej Times.
Former BlackBerry co-CeO Jim Balsillie said Tuesday that Apple's introduction of the iPhone and BlackBerry's rushed attempt to match it was devastating for the company.
Last week, BlackBerryÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s senior VP for marketing, Mark Wilson, and GyroÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s CEO and Chief Creative Officer, Christoph Becker, made a joint presentation at BMA15.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen sat down with USA Today to discuss how his strategy for BlackBerry is working. The interview follows, edited for clarity and length.
The engineers at BlackBerry Encrypted Phones have found that BlackBerry PGP email encryption devices offer the highest level of security for wireless communications.
In an interview with Business Insider, BlackBerry CEO John Chen says he'll make BlackBerry's smartphone business profitable again.
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 WatchDoxÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s technology as a value-added service with BlackBerryÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) portfolio.
Since BlackBerry CEO John took the helm, things have changed for the company, with the major goal being to bring the company back to profitability. Chen has sought much cost-cutting, which has resulted in a leaner company garnering the last two quarters in the black.
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 Ã¢â‚¬Å“BlackBerry-only policy and called the assemblyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s current policy Ã¢â‚¬Å“handicapping, retarding and penalizing MPPsÃ¢â‚¬Â
BlackBerry will launch its slider smartphone in India, announced during MWC 2015, towards the end of the ongoing financial year targeting the mid to high handset market, according to Sunil Lalvani, managing director at BlackBerry India.
Whatever you need, it seems that nowadays everything is available online. This means that customers also need to pay online. For most people this is not a problem and it seems that online purchases are getting more popular by the day!
Users of a prepaid phone know how it feels to run out of phone credit. This usually happens at moments when you really need your credit. Luckily it is possible to top up your phone credit online!
More than two-thirds (67 per cent) of organisations admit that unauthorised cloud applications are being implemented without ITÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s knowledge or involvement, and correspondingly pose a security risk to the business.
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.
While the North Korean government has been blamed for the attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment's network, Russian hackers also breached Sony's network last fall and continued to have at-will access well into January 2015.
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.