Alphabet’s Loon has launched its commercial internet service in Kenya through partnership with Telkom Kenya providing cellular service through their network to an area covering roughly 50,000 square kilometres (31,000 square miles). Here’s why I’m bullish on Alphabet Loon filling a significant void in the internet market for the underserved.
Qualcomm has announced updates to its popular Snapdragon 865 platform upgrading connectivity, CPU, GPU as 5G continues to grow across the globe.
BMW car subscription updates spark the conversation whether consumers are willing to pay for additional features after purchase. Known for its controversy in subscription service, the auto manufacturer argues that this benefits current and future owners.
Microsoft announced the launch of a global digital skills initiative serving 25 million by year end, in a move that is both as brilliant as it is benevolent — and that’s impressive. Here’s why.
Recently during HPE Discover, the company released a series of return to work technologies that included key work from home technologies.
With the Hansen Provision Release 7.0 debut, Hansen enhances its Create-Sell-Deliver portfolio and now offers the cloud-native fulfillment capabilities key to increasing its presence in the global operator space, especially in microservices-driven 5G environments and powering potential operator expansion into verticals such as energy and utilities.
Oracle has launched its first fully managed cloud region bringing its full stack of cloud services, autonomous database and SaaS to customer datacenters.
Last year, Facebook had been ordered to stop collecting and combining data across its various platforms without explicit user consent. This latest ruling in Karlsruhe effectively negates the stay granted by the Dusseldorf court, and requires Facebook to once again comply with the original order. This could well trigger a domino effect of regulatory action against Facebook in the EU and the US.
Exploring 4 key data points that CX and Business executives can leverage in driving their 2020 strategies.
Exploring AWS announcement of RDS for Outposts as the company offers a fully managed hybrid offering for relational database services.