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.