In a recent survey conducted by the accounting firm Ernst & Young US, it has been observed that the tech industry continues to be tenacious and progressive, despite encountering setbacks like bank failures and tech layoffs.
Juniper Research has revealed teleoperators are likely to generate $625 billion from 5G services globally by 2027; up from $310 billion in 2023.
Juniper Research predicts this increase in revenue will be driven by the migration of cellular subscriptions to 5G networks; owing to operator strategies which minimise or remove any premium over existing 4G tariffs.
According to researchers, gadgets like Alexa could have long-term effects on children’s capacity for empathy, compassion, and critical thought.
The growth of 5G continues at an unprecedented rate compared with other generations of mobile communications. According to a study released by InterDigital and ABI Research, it’s on track to generate $7tn of economic value in 2030, 12 years after the official 3GPP standard was published.
The quality of electric vehicles has hit an all-time low, according to the latest survey by global market research firm J.D. Power. The chip shortage and supply chain crisis seem to be affecting not only vehicle price increases, but also their quality.
Phone calls are still the preferred form of business communication, according to Hiya’s annual State of the Call report. The survey was conducted among 1,800 businesses and 12,000 consumers.
Online shopping is on the rise in Croatia, according to the current Shopper’s Mind 2021 survey. Croatians mostly buy clothing and footwear, electronics and cosmetics online, and the average value of a purchase is as high as HRK 630.
The smartphone has been the most important gadget for years, and mobile phones had long ago evolved from a basic means of communication into multifunctional devices. As the number of features and applications it provides to its users grows, so does the number of minutes we spend on our smartphones.
A study on the impact of 5G technology on buildings, power, transport, and industry across Europe has shown that new technologies could reduce CO2 emissions by as much as 40 percent. Ericsson published the analysis in its Connectivity and Climate Change report.