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Google unveils Assistant delights at CES

It wasn’t going to be long before Google stole the show with a horde of updates to the virtual assistant. And in fairness, some of them look pretty useful.

P&G brings FMCG utopia to CES

The first tech show of the year has traditionally featured companies outside of its core constituency and CES 2019 is no exception.

A bunch of telecoms predictions for 2019

It’s that time of year again and before we set about the food, booze and pressies with shameless abandon we decided to collate some predictions from the cognoscenti of our industry.

Orange squares up to OTTs in battle for smart home

With it abundantly clear connectivity alone is not enough to meet the profitability ambitions of the telcos, Orange has made a fresh push to wrestle control of the smart home away from those greedy internet players.

O2 bags Midlands driverless gig

O2 has announced a partnership with Wireless Infrastructure Group (WIG) to deliver connectivity for driverless vehicle test bed trials in the West Midlands.

5G – more than just a RAN on steroids

The metamorphosis currently underway in the communications networking industry is unprecedented, and many are worried it will turn a functioning (but flawed) industry into something more frightening.

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