Another year reaches its end. The communications industry persevered through a hot war, a cold war, an information war, and a lot of unwanted calls. But did anything really change?
Yesterday’s Commsrisk article did not just present a nice theory. Here are the connections between data science and RAFM at a real telco.
Resistance to treating RA as a branch of data science ignores the realities of who leads innovation in the field and why they do it.
Why propose a ‘record’ USD300mn penalty when nobody collected a USD2.7mn penalty already handed out for the same crime?
Ugandan fintech business Numida says that 99 percent of their loans are made using mobile money.
There is never enough time to give everyone all the thanks they deserve. Here are five people who deserve more thanks than they received.
US supporters of a one-size-fits-all approach to authenticating voice calls face the twin obstacles of German culture and trials of a rival technology by Deutsche Telekom.
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou is free after years of battling extradition to the USA but that does not make her innocent.
A lawyer who says he intends to sue telephone spammers for a billion dollars has an unusual way of marketing his services.
Bader Al-Asaker, confidante of the ruler of Saudi Arabia, recruited US-Lebanese Twitter employee Ahmad Abouammo to feed information about Saudi dissidents.