Category: IoT


France takes tentative steps towards 5G

The first standards are out and the 5G frenzy is beginning, but France isn’t getting caught up in the euphoria, as Arcep makes slow and steady steps towards the next generation of mobile.

Telstra adds Narrowband to the IoT playbook

Telstra has announced the introduction of Narrowband technology into its IoT Network, to add to the three million square kilometres of Cat M1 IoT coverage the telco turned on in 2017.

Intel looks to maps to fuel autonomous vehicles race

Whoever wins the autonomous car race will make a fortune, so Intel is doubling down efforts. Millions are being directed towards R&D, and building its own mapping database is another good move.

Blackberry continues quest to prove its still a thing

It used to be a shining gem in the mobile landscape, but the fall from lofty heights was well publicised. A new partnership with Baidu is the next step from Blackberry to prove it is still relevant.

Atos beaten to Gemalto prize by Thales

Atos’ unsolicited €4.3 billion attempt to acquire Gemalto is now nothing more than a footnote as Thales swoops in with an additional €500 million to tempt Gemalto into signing the dotted line.

iOS HomeKit bug allowed remote access to smart locks

As consumers sit down at their computers to buy Christmas presents for the near and dear, the last thing they want to know about is a bug which allows the tech-savvy to override smart home devices.

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