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Advertising, marketing, and public relations agency Ogilvy Australia has appointed Mark Albert as Chief Data & Analytics Officer as part of the further enhancement of its data intelligence offering.

Published in People Moves

A court battle to decide who was the inventor of bitcoin has been given the go-ahead by the London High Court, a Reuters report says.

Published in Market

An Apple iPhone XR caught fire during a flight in October last year after it was shoved down the side of a passenger seat, according to a report from Britain's Air Accidents Investigation Branch made public on Tuesday.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 15 April 2021 00:09

Auth0 appoints first VP of privacy

Identity platform for application teams provider Auth0 has appointed international data privacy lawyer Lucy McGrath as its first Vice President of Privacy.

Published in People Moves

The raw audio of a 75-minute phone call between WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and Obama era State Department attorney Cliff Johnson in August 2011 gives credence to claims made by the whistleblower organisation that a rogue former employee was behind the leak of unredacted classified State Department cables.

Published in Strategy

Email and data security vendor Mimecast has acquired messaging security provider eTorch which operates as MessageControl for an undisclosed sum.

Published in Security

With Saudi Arabia allowing only a small number of pilgrims to perform the annual Haj pilgrimage this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, software developers have moved to create a means whereby Muslims can experience the pilgrimage from a safe distance.

Published in Apps

American cloud software firm Blackbaud has confessed to having been hit by ransomware and paying a ransom as it was unable to block the attack before its data was exfiltrated, though it managed to prevent the encryption taking place.

Published in Security

Cyber criminals have used the Ako ransomware to attack Windows systems at the Hamilton Brown creative design agency in the UK, and released data from the company on the dark web after a ransom note did not evoke any response.

Published in Security

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was offered a deal by the US in 2017, with California Republican Dana Rohrabacher telling him that President Donald Trump would pardon him if he denied any material he had received from a 2016 hack of the Democratic National Committee did not come from the Russians.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 20 December 2019 01:32

China Mobile UK data centre now open for business

China Mobile International has officially opened its new data centre in the UK, its first data centre in Europe and what it says is an "important addition" to its growing global network.

Published in Data Centres

Giant Japanese telecommunications carrier Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation has swallowed up its Dimension Data business in the merger of its communications and security businesses into one US$11 billion global unit to be headquartered in London.

Published in Strategy

British mobile operator EE, part of the BT Group, launched the country's first 5G service on Thursday, hosting a party with the artist Stormzy staging a concert near the Tower Bridge in London.

Published in Mobility

Online giant Amazon is leading a new US$575 million Series G preferred shared funding round in food delivery service Deliveroo, as the company embarks on further expansion of its services worldwide.

Published in Strategy

Data centre company Equinix is collaborating with UK-based global law firm HFW in a move it says is aimed at building out the firm’s digital edge in key markets including Melbourne, Dubai, London, Hong Kong and Paris.

Published in Deals

WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange is likely to be expelled within "hours to days" from the Ecuadorian embassy in London where he has taken refuge for nearly seven years.

Published in Strategy

On 4 February, Huawei unveiled, in what it claims was a first, the final two movements of Schubert's famous Symphony No. 8 with the combined power of AI and human expertise.

Published in Development
Friday, 07 December 2018 09:19

Assange turns down Ecuador deal to leave embassy

WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange's lawyer has refused to buy into an agreement announced by Ecuador President Lenin Moreno for him to leave the country's London embassy after more than six years of taking refuge there.

Published in Strategy

During the 9th Global Mobile Broadband Forum, Huawei also showcased a 5G home broadband demo that "brings to life the transformative capability of 5G services". 

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Claiming that 5G inspires the future of "building a fully connected, intelligent world", Huawei announced its vision for the future of 5G at the 9th Global Mobile Broadband Forum.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
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