...and nine million bicycles in Bejing
Qualcomm beancounters are projecting sales of 175 million to 225 million 5G smartphones in 2020 with more than 450 million in 2021.
Online booking, passenger boarding and in-flight transactions
Vodafone has secured a seven-year technology partnership with Ryanair to handle the airline's online booking, passenger boarding and in-flight transactions.
Google launched Stadia, a cloud-based service that allows users to stream games including “Assassin’s Creed Odyssey” and “NBA 2K20” on the Chrome web browser.
Security for the many, not the few
Britain’s Labour Party was using a $20 a month “basic security” service to protect its website when hackers attempted to force it offline last week and temporarily slowed down online campaigning.
Should see them through winter
The Finance Committee of the German Bundestag has decided to spend 50 million euro to promote computer game development in Germany.
Heliogen generates 1,000 degrees Celsius heat
Minions belonging to Software King of the World, Microsoft's Sir William Gates III, have discovered a way to use artificial intelligence and a field of mirrors to reflect so much sunlight that it generates extreme heat above 1,000 degrees Celsius.
Key watchdog bites as Amazon readies battle against Jedi
A US watchdog backed a protest from Jeff Bezos’ space company that challenged the Pentagon’s military space launch procurement strategy.
Sorry Babbage machine owners you are not supported any more
Chipzilla plans to remove old drivers and BIOS updates from its official website.
Vole gives up on Cortana mobile voice assistant
The Cortana mobile app is going the way of all Microsoft’s assistants.