Telus is spending $6 million to install a 5G network on the University of Ottawa campus as part of a deal that could see both organizations partner to create new digital health and cybersecurity technologies.
EE has launched PhoneSmart, the first phone Licence, offering a free online programme that provides young people with the tools and confidence to use phone technology safely and responsibly.
The University of Suffolk, working in close collaboration with BT, have opened a £9.6 million research and engineering facility at BT’s Adastral Park.
Apple is unveiling new resources for elementary school students and educators, including a new activity guide, Everyone Can Code Early Learners, that extends its coding curriculum resources from kindergarten to college.
Huawei has opened a new €250,000 scholarship programme in Ireland, aimed at supporting third level students in Irish science, technology, engineering and maths courses.
The University of Strathclyde is to leverage Medallia Experience Cloud as part of their People Strategy 2025 by committing to listening and responding to the views of staff.
Nokia , UNICEF and the Kenyan Ministries of Education and ICT, are to connect close to 90 schools to the Internet in Kenya. Both rural and disadvantaged urban settlements have benefitted from the initiative
This year, Apple is bringing Student IDs on iPhone and Apple Watch to Canada and more US universities. For the first time, mobile student IDs can be added to the Wallet app in Canada
BT and Google are extending their partnership to equip the UK’s small businesses with new digital skills and build upon their existing mentoring programmes, to help small business owners bounce back stronger from the impact of Covid-19.