Category: Digital Transformation


Is it all falling apart for US self-driving ambitions?

Considering it is home to some of the worlds’ leading technology companies, many would assume the US would lead the self-driving race, but reports claim a staggering path which is more suited to a walk home on Friday night.

Google wins first battle in the smart home war

Google has made the first step towards making some serious cash in the smart home space after announcing a partnership with Walmart, will enable voice shopping through Google Assistant.

But what about the human cost of automation?

New research from recruitment agency Robert Half has outlined the jobs which are under threat from automation, but when are we actually going to talk seriously about the dark side of AI?

M1 NB-IoT TLC IRL FTW

M1 has announced the launch of, what it claims, is South-east Asia’s first commercial nationwide NB-IoT in Singapore.

T-Mobile US encourages smartphone promiscuity

T-Mobile US has a habit of doing things that people don’t expect, to such an extent that it’s now expected. One of the latest moves is to have a go at rejuvenating the subsidized smartphone model.

The 7 August Recap

A recap of the week’s telecoms talking points. Facebook AI programmers had a bit of a brain-fade as they allowed one of its AI applications to invent its own, more efficient use of English. Deutsche Telekom has shown that you have to spend money if you want to make money. And in the US, the FCC is back up to full strength with the appointment of two Commissioners, Brendan Carr and Jessica Rosenworcel.

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