Entrepreneurs Robin Knox and Paul Walton – who sold Edinburgh-based IntelligentPos (IPos) to iZettle – are pushing the button on a crowdfunding campaign as they prepare to launch their wireless smart security system that aims to disrupt the home alarm market.
Two 22-year cycles of reform first consolidated, then deregulated Australia?s telecommunications infrastructure. As the third cycle begins, the nbn? access network is expected to become a key driver for business innovation into the future.
Telecom operators are increasingly looking to smart home applications to deliver additional revenues, but partnerships are crucial to making this work, writes Anna Tobin. Service providers are increasingly looking beyond the triple or quad-play bundle.
While President Donald Trump was speaking at an event in Council Bluffs, Iowa on Tuesday, his speech veered off the rails, culminating in him complaining about how farmers couldn?t hook their tractors up to the internet. Things got so bizarre that Fox Business reporters scrambled to cut away from it. ?We secured nearly $1.2 billion [?]
Mobile network Three has confirmed it will launch its 5G network in August, with a package targeted at home users. The network plans to reach 25 UK towns and cities before the end of 2019. The technology can offer 20-times faster data speeds than 4G long-term evolution (LTE) networks and better support
Alaska Communications Systems Group (NASDAQ:ALSK) and Telefonica (NYSE:TEF) are both utilities companies, but which is the better stock? We will compare the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, dividends, institutional ownership, earnings, valuation, profitability and analyst recommendations. Institutional & Insider Ownership 41.5% of Alaska Communications Systems Group shares are held by institutional [?]