A Brisbane lawyer has warned parents that monetising their children's appearances on social media could lead to tears.
Nokia announced that Japanese operator KDDI has selected Nokia’s 5G Core and Converged Charging software to support its transition to a fully automated, cloud-native 5G Core architecture.
Snowflake says its advancements to data programmability, global data governance, and platform optimisations empower more users than ever before with extensibility and choice. The new Data Marketplace available listings have increased by 70% over the past six months, while its new Powered By Snowflake program is designed to "help companies build, operate and grow applications in the data cloud."
Australian executives believe 5G will benefit society as a whole, not just smartphone users, according to new research that reveals businesses also believe 5G will be the “most revolutionary” network development, and create new opportunities for monetisation of the technology.
Global mobile operator voice revenue will drop to US$208 billion by 2024 from US$381 billion in 2019, as users continue to prefer more flexible and free OTT (Over-the-Top) services, according to a new report.
Australian and the world’s healthcare systems face a range of security threats due to malicious activity as cybercriminals attempt to access sensitive information stored in the systems.
Australians have a growing taste for sports and video entertainment content sending the Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) services market to new heights, reaching 12.3 million total subscriptions at the end of June, according new research from technology analyst firm, Telsyte.
Sixty-six percent of organisations have plans to deploy 5G by 2020, but according to a new report users adopting 5G face the lack of readiness of telecommunications providers, with their 5G networks not available or capable enough for the needs of organisations.
Nearmap's aerial mapping product offerings disrupted the aerial imaging market, but to accelerate its progress from start-up to the beginnings of a true global player, it used Zuora's subscription service to map a new course to provide "reality as a service" on an ever widening scale, as you'll discover in this email interview below.
Telstra-owned video software and services company Ooyala has unveiled its Flex Media Platform designed to simplify and streamline the process of managing, curating, orchestrating, publishing, analysing, and monetising video content.
iTWire talks to the new Ooyala chief executive Jonathan Huberman and Ooyala’s GM of the APJ region Steve Davis about the company’s plans going forward and how it is helping business stream — and monetise — its video.
Monetising video content while providing audiences the perfect viewing experience is the biggest technical challenge for the OTT streaming industry, according to a newly released global report.
With more than 30% of Application to Person (A2P) traffic not monetised by operators, Juniper Research forecasts a US$62 billion loss over the next years.
Apple has been shunted to second behind Google in the rankings for the top 100 most valuable brands in the world this year released on Wednesday by WPP and Milward Brown.
Last year - 2015 - was the year the Internet of Things (IoT) went ‘mainstream’, with companies finally embracing the technology and building it into future strategies and business models, according to US telco Verizon.
Australian small businesses expect the Internet of Things will ultimately boost their revenues, but they’re reportedly not that happy with the services provided by their IT providers when it comes to the IoT, according to newly released research.
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