Monday 18 June 2018

Cellular IoT deployments to hit 3.5bn in 2023: study

Cellular IoT connection deployments are expected to nearly double since November 2017 to reach an estimated 3.5 billion in 2023, driven by ongoing large-scale deployments in China, said Ericsson in a new report. New massive IoT cellular technologies such as NB-IoT and Cat-M1 are


Cybersecurity risks ‘threatening blockchain growth’

Even as the blockchain technology market is expected to reach $9.6 billion by 2024, device-to-cloud cybersecurity company McAfee sees a big potential for cybersecurity risks that could threaten the technology’s rapid growth. Even as the blockchain technology market is expec


'Beware of popularity-faking tricks on Google Play'

It seems that tricksters on Google Play have found another way to make their deceptive apps appear more trustworthy to users – that is, at least at first sight. The trick takes advantage of the fact that apart from app icon and name, there is one more element the user sees


Blockchain – Game changer or ‘Slow Burn’?

Most people associate blockchain with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. However, blockchain is now being billed as a technology that will improve visibility, productivity and security for business, says an industry expert. Most people associate blockchain with cryptocurrencies su


The human side of the digital workplace quantified

Employees who work in digital workplaces are not only more productive but also more motivated, have higher job satisfaction, and report an overall better sense of well-being, according to a new global study from Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. The study, The Right Te


Oil down as Opec's bearish spin raises supply worries

The crude oil prices closed lower on Friday with futures falling 0.3 per cent in New York as traders weighed conflicting supply signals from Saudi Arabia, Russia and Venezuela, said a report.   Oil ministers from Saudi Arabia and Russia are set to talk next week


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