The bidding for 5G bandwidth can finally get underway, now the hold ups by EE and Three have been resolved.
The greatest scandal in its history has hit Facebook, wiping more than $36 billion off its share value and prompting users to delete their accounts in their droves. It goes even further than data and privacy worries, though, amid claims the foul play in question could have influenced the results of globally important democratic votes (including the Brexit Referendum and the 2016 US Presidential Election).
Apple has rolled out the beta version of iOS 11.3, the latest in its long list of mobile operating systems. Whilst a smaller update such as this wouldn’t typically generate large-scale interest, a new feature that concerns battery throttling has caught the attention of developers and everyday iPhone users alike.
Web browsers have evolved far beyond their original mission of providing one-way windows into the internet. Indeed, as more services migrate to the cloud, browsers only reinforce their role as multi-function boxes of digital magic.
By now you will have heard the buzz around the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) regulations coming into effect on 25th May 2018. As we settle into the New Year, this has become a hot topic as companies large and small adjust their processes and policies for the change. If you are feeling daunted by the prospect of reading the small print regarding how to become fully GDPR compliant, then now is the time to act. We are here to help get your business ready.
For many, 2017 will be remembered as the year of the tech scandal. Some of the highest profile companies blotted their PR copybooks with everything from simple bad practice to full-scale professional negligence. From Uber’s data breach (and subsequent cover up) to social networks having to explain their impact on global elections, there were many occasions where ashen-faced spokespeople had to face the cameras and confess.