Free Wi-Fi Comes With a Price

The internet has become a part and parcel of life. There is nothing that cannot be done with the help of internet right from playing online quiz games to ordering food, video calling and what not. In this world of interconnecting networks, the best thing offered is free internet or Wi-Fi connection. Apart from offices and homes, a lot of local restaurants, coffee shops, and shopping malls provides free Wi-Fi

Shape Security

Shape Security, is a cyber-security firm that closed a US$26 million round of funding of Series E. This is supposed to be the fifth funding round, over US$130 million — since the Mountain View, organization based in California was established in 2011. This most recent round was driven by Kleiner Perkins, Norwest Venture Partners, Allegis Capital and some more — including Singtel and JetBlue Ventures. Shape Security said the expansion

COMPAMED Trade Fair: Sterne to Present 3D Silicone Printing

Sterne, a company, which is located in the south side of France has consistently performed research on silicone and made items out of it for various industries such as mass transit, food and drink, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, and medical. It has been just two years that the company has taken a leap step into the 3D printing world. The company soon made its presence felt by launching SiO-Shaping 1601 3D printer


Monzo Bank Ltd, the mobile-only UK-based bank, has recently raised funds worth £85 million from US venture capital firms General Catalyst and Accel Partners. With this investment, the company has crossed the milestone valuation of over £1 billion, making it the most recent UK start-up technology company to accomplish this feat. The company has said that its family has crossed one million customers and now counts for nearly 15 percent

Growing Data-Breach Volumes to Increase Regulations

The data breach notifications in Australia are growing which are the echoes of the European jurisdictions, in which the post-GDPR are surging in the data-privacy regulations. These regulations are now shading light on the actual problems of data-breach problem. Primarily, for the Australian companies, it is obligatory for report data breaches after the start-off the notifiable data breaches (NDB) scheme. The organization reported the 308 incidents of a data breach

Higher Risk of Cyberattacks in Australia may upset Financial Stability

The banking and financial sector in Australia is set for turbulent times ahead, plagued by several risk factors threatening its stability. One such key concerns that has been categorically pointed by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) is the increased risks of cyberattacks, apart from the slump in global growth. The concerns were revealed in 10th Annual Commonwealth Bank Global Markets Conference held recently in Sydney. This is evident in


Hotel Internet Services (HIS) has received patent by the USPTO for data security protocol employed in the BeyondTV devices. BeyondTV is a leading platform for hotel guests for accessing the online content from live streaming or wireless cats from personal devices along with television set in the guestroom. This has issued the patent no. 10,097,864 and named the ‘Guest Personal Data Protection.’ The technology provides security that deletes the complete

Ford Turns China Business

U.S. automobile manufacturer Ford has recently announced that it is in the process of separating its China facility from the larger umbrella of Asia Pacific operations and turning it into stand-alone operations that will report directly to the global headquarters of the company. This move have been made with the aim of improving growth prospects of the company in China and help drive sustainable value generation. Anning Chen, who was

Auto Dealerships

An increasing number of vehicle dealers in the U.S. are witnessing a visible drop in customer footfall in showrooms and in retail sales of vehicles, hinting that a slowdown in vehicle sales in the country that was augured for a long time has arrived. Scott Adams, the owner of a Toyota dealership in Missouri, states that pull back in business is definitely evident. While the business in September was off

Revenue Earnings

Big technology companies, notably Google and Apple, may report promising revenue earnings, with large-cap stocks likely to revive in the coming weeks. Amid wide speculations, investors are seeking big technology companies to place their bet on and which can give them a confidence boost. If Gene Munster, Managing Partner of Loup Ventures, Minneapolis-based venture capital firm, is to be believed, Apple will emerge out as the best bet for investors,