“Do I hear rural coverage?”: Bidding has begun for the latest chunk of the UK’s airwaves as 5G starts to move, but what will ‘coverage’ actually mean?
Brexit. Or the ‘B-Word’ as it is becoming more commonly known, given its capacity to fracture friendships, induce hysterical newspaper reporting, and see polite dinner parties descend into finger-jabbing and Vol-Au-Vent throwing. It seems these days the ‘B-Word’ has developed a certain omnipresence, it has become the lens through which we must view all issues surrounding British politics and commerce. Hated, adored, it can’t be ignored. More so since a date for our exit was slapped on the ring-binder.
The UK MVNO market is an ever-evolving landscape. The struggle for market share is played out by the Titans of Virgin and Tesco Mobile, and the plucky new-starts like Delight Mobile. However, as the curtain was drawing on 2017, a new player entered the game. A first for the UK MVNO arena, a red flag with five yellow stars was driven into the Telecoms turf.
China had arrived.
CES 2018: 5G making waves in more ways than one…
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the most hotly anticipated annual technology extravaganzas on the planet. Hosted in Las Vegas (because, obviously), it boasts an array of industry specialists from all the global tech blue-chips, and features demonstrations of some of the most cutting-edge technological innovations. If the year ahead is the movie about which technologies will shape our lives, the CES is the trailer.
Brexit, travel and data roaming. Just what are the implications. See our infographic for the key points.
The Future Just Arrived… and you’ll be Wearing it on Your Feet
In one of the most iconic moments in modern cinema, Marty McFly, played by the legendary Michael J. Fox, in Back to the Future 2, squats to adjust a pair of Nike trainers he’s procured from the imagined 2015 he finds himself in.
Delighting audiences at the time the trainers self-adjust and the Nike logo is displayed, moving on an LED strip which runs across the tongue. It took 26 years but in the Spring of 2016 Nike revealed the Nike Mag, a self-adjusting trainer replete with glowing LED branding.
How The ‘Dark Web’ Is Pushing the Need for Greater Automation
Automation is quickly becoming the order of the day in the world of business and it’s not difficult to see why.
Communication is streamlined in a most pleasing fashion, accountability is regimented, manual errors are all but done away with and the process of keeping tabs on all areas of commercial activity is made drastically easier. That being said, it isn’t being used everywhere and in those places it is not being utilised a sinister entity is taking advantage; The Dark Web.
To say the growth of the internet has been (and continues to be) exponential is not to say anything new, but as we motor through the second decade of the 21st century it is worthwhile stopping to take stock of just how connected we, as a people, now are.
If you’ve spent the past couple of weeks backpacking around Patagonia or ice diving in the South Pole you could be forgiven for thinking you’ve returned to some kind of zombie apocalypse as you dodge single-minded hordes staring wild-eyed into their phones and moving as a herd to specific locations.
Rest assured though that it is not human entrails they seek but rather tiny, little Japanese anime monsters, suspended in augmented reality, called Pokémon.
The contactless payment system which has revolutionised London’s transport network is to be rolled out in cities the world over.