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Qualcomm aims to tap into Wi-Fi 6E with ‘world’s most advanced’ mobile wireless portfolio

Weeks after US regulator the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to make 1,200MHz of spectrum available for unlicensed Wi-Fi use


Wireless Broadband Alliance calls for single global Wi-Fi network

With Wi-Fi 6E potentially about to create a revolution in networking, the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) has invited all organisations


UK fintech investment reaches record high

Investment in the UK’s financial technology (fintech) firms has grown by 500% in the past three years, compared with 133%


IT contractors hit by delays in Covid-19 furlough scheme payments from umbrella companies

The government stands accused of adding to the financial hardship facing IT contractors who have lost work during the Covid-19


Build 2020: Avoiding AI problems

I have been asked many times during the past month whether the heightened pressure that enterprises are now facing as


Surveillance camera network that covered Dominic Cummings’ lockdown travel

Multiple automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) and traffic cameras near Durham are in positions that would clearly observe the multiple


Enterprise clouds hammered by cyber attacks during pandemic

A steady stream of attacks on enterprise clouds during the first couple of months of 2020 has become a flood


Max Schrems accuses Ireland of ‘Kafkaesque’ delay in Facebook GDPR investigation

Privacy campaigner Max Schrems has written to Europe’s data protection regulators demanding action over Ireland’s lack of progress in its


Temper tantrums ahead as GDPR enters its terrible twos?

On 25 May 2020, the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered its so-called “terrible twos” and, in


Global consortium launches ‘transformative’ subsea cable for African connectivity

Facebook, Vodafone, China Mobile International, MTN GlobalConnect, Orange, STC, Telecom Egypt and WIOCC have announced they are teaming up to