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SoftBank to buy back $41 billion in assets to trim debt

SoftBank to buy back $41 billion in assets to trim debt By ELAINE KURTENBACH AP Business Writer BANKGOK (AP) — The Japanese technology and telecoms company SoftBank said Monday it plans to buy back up to 4.5 trillion yen ($41 billion) of its assets as it seeks to trim its gigantic debt burden. The company’s […]

National broadband strategy for better connectivity and coverage

‘Work from home’ (WFH) is now being applied and insisted on in the majority of countries as they attempt to navigate their way through the economic impact of the coronavirus. However, Denmark has a national broadband strategy that looks visionary. Data analytics company, GlobalData states that the country is due to reach 100% broadband coverage […]

Computer-graphics pioneers win tech's Turing prize

By TALI ARBEL AP Technology Writer The technology that animated movies like “Toy Story” and enabled a variety of special effects is the focus of this year’s Turing Award, the technology industry’s version of the Nobel Prize. Patrick Hanrahan and Edwin Catmull won the prize for their contributions to 3-D computer graphics used in movies […]

Peter Clarke, Sales and Marketing Director at WND UK

What is Sigfox, how does it operate, and what are some of its benefits? What does it mean to be a 0G network exactly? Sigfox 0G is a low-power, wide area wireless network created specifically for sensor data communication and sending very small packets of data. Its extremely low power consumption means that sensors can […]

AI to ensure credible content control for tech companies

If you have uploaded a video to YouTube lately and can’t find it, there’s a high chance it was removed. On this occasion, you don’t have a human to blame. Since the rise of COVID-19 and the mass of misinformation being circulated, YouTube is putting artificial intelligence in charge of evaluating more content. Google, YouTube […]

Tech opportunities emerge in remote work culture

Are most institutions prepared for the growing trend of remote work culture? Do they have the technology to facilitate such a shift? Some institutions are already well ahead with remote working capabilities and have a strong system in place, whilst others, are not fully equipped for the change. The sudden switch to telecommuting en masse […]

Vodafone launches cyber security service for critical infrastructure businesses

Vodafone Cyber Enhanced is a new service for vital infrastructure industries such as utilities, transportation, finance and emergency services in the United Kingdom. An explosion of devices like smart meters and wearables that are able to access networks has occurred due to the digital transformation. This is only set to expand, meaning the increased susceptibility […]

UK lawmakers challenge government over 'high risk' Huawei

By JILL LAWLESS Associated Press LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative government narrowly defeated an attempt led by some of its own lawmakers to ban China’s Huawei from building part of the U.K.’s high-speed telecommunications network. Three dozen Conservative lawmakers backed a call to bar “high risk” firms such as Huawei from […]