Home » Archives by category » AI (Page 5)

Cablenet launches Plume in Cyprus

Cablenet, a quad play provider in Cyprus, has announced the availability of Ultra WiFi, Powered by Plume. Plume provides Wi-Fi, personalisation, and security delivered through a smart home services bundle…

Study: CSPs missing out on Smart Home devices

Rethink Technology Research finds that Communication Service Providers (CSPs) and consumer voice platform partners drive growth in smart homes, but will only control 23.3 per cent of total sales, with…

Report: Amazon and Google level in smart speaker market

The Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant platforms will take an almost equal share of the global smart speaker market this year, according to the latest forecast from Strategy Analytics. Amazon…

Research: Most US homes will have smart speaker in 2020

Research: Most US homes will have smart speaker in 2020

There will be more US homes with smart speakers than without by the end of next year, according to projections from Strategy Analytics. The report predicts that the 50 per…

D2C competition: Winter is coming

Netflix continues to grow fast and can appear invulnerable. It has just reported record subscriber growth. But, alongside, it is also making records in cash burning – $460 million versus…

DAZN sells Perform; focuses on streaming

Stats, a specialist in sports AI, has combined with Perform, the global sports content company. The transaction was enabled by an investment from Vista Equity Partners. DAZN Group, Perform’s owner,…

Survey: 22% of UK own voice-controlled digital home assistant

Survey: 22% of UK own voice-controlled digital home assistant

UK households are increasingly adopting the smart home experience, according to the third report from EY’s annual digital home survey of 2,500 UK consumers. The report, which focuses on the…

Animoca Brands, F1 partner for blockchain game

Animoca Brands, F1 partner for blockchain game

Gamification, blockchain, and artificial intelligence technologies specialist Animoca Brands has secured a global licensing agreement with Formula 1 to develop and publish F1 Delta Time, a blockchain game based on…

Report: Interoperability key when purchasing smart devices

A Parks Associates report finds that smart home solutions will increasingly rely on voice control, video and data analytics, sound recognition, and AI to simplify the user experience. Technology Convergence…

31% US homes own smart speaker with voice assistant

Parks Associates research shows 31 per cent of US broadband households own a smart speaker with voice assistant and more than one-fourth of these owners use the devices to control…

Apple TV+ takes a bow; shares dip

Apple TV+ takes a bow; shares dip

Apple held its much-hyped launch extravaganza on March 25th from its own theatre in California, where CEO Tim Cook made clear from the outset that the event would be about…

Plume reveals AI-driven security product

Plume reveals AI-driven security product

Self-optimising Wi-Fi specialist Plume, whose smart home platform serving millions of members around the world, is continuing its rapid growth by announcing its direct-to-consumer debut in the United Kingdom, a…

BT licenses cyber analytics to QiO Technologies

BT has announced the licensing of the company’s cyber security visual analytics technology, SATURN, to QiO Technologies, an advanced analytics and artificial intelligence software company. BT developed SATURN to ingest…

Roku devices support Alexa

Roku devices are now compatible with Amazon Alexa-enabled devices through the new Roku skill for Alexa. Roku streaming player and Roku TV owners in the US can now control their…

IHS: 13% of Internet users have smart speaker access

IHS: 13% of Internet users have smart speaker access

More than 13 per cent of internet users surveyed across the UK, the US, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, India and Japan had access to a smart speaker in their households…