India's booming e-commerce industry has attracted the attention of UK investors but internet shutdowns have become a fix for anything from protest to exam cheating.
Fears that 5G networks may interfere with aircraft safety equipment have slowed roll-out in the US. Expect more disputes over spectrum access, an expert tells Tech Monitor.
The chatbot market is growing, but conversational AI is not always trusted by consumers. A new feature from cloud provider AWS, announced at its re:Invent conference, could change this for the better.
China accounted for more than two-thirds of global 5G subscriptions this year, according to Ericsson's latest Mobility Report, but penetration in North America and Western Europe is catching up.
As telecoms companies look to a future in the cloud, Nokia's new subscription service may help it cash in on this growing trend.
Though the space industry is changing rapidly, geostationary satellite pioneer Inmarsat remains a key player in the sector. Its sale to a US rival would be a blow for Britain.
The real value of the UK’s new National Space Strategy will be improving public services here on Earth, says Robert Stoneman, service director at GlobalData Public Sector.
China and other emerging economies are pushing ahead with adoption of 5G, but Britons have so far been waiting on the sidelines.
Though 5G could cut the number of miners who die at work each year, automation presents a problem for mining companies facing social pressures around the world.
The need for high performance in customer-facing digital systems is prompting organisations to move data processing closer to the edge.
5G will account for 21% of all mobile internet connections by 2025, the trade body predicts, as operators plough over 80% of their capital investment in 5G infrastructure.