News highlights – 29 October 2017

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News highlights for 29 October 2017

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Apple says pre-orders for iPhone X ‘off the charts’

(Reuters) – Apple Inc quashed concerns of muted demand for its iPhone X on Friday, saying pre-orders for the 10th anniversary phone were “off the charts”. Read more…

The drive towards quantum computing must drive quantum security

The drive to create the first quantum computer has been viewed as the new arms race. But that drive is underpinning another, more pressing race: quantum cybersecurity. Put simply, when quantum computers become reality, modern cybersecurity will be completely futile. Read more…

Nintendo raises profit forecast

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese videogames maker Nintendo Co Ltd raised its full-year operating profit forecast on Monday as supply shortages on its new Switch games console began to ease. Read more…

The telecoms market may be slowing but there are still opportunities

The worldwide market for telecoms business services is expected to grow less than 1% over the next five years, according to Analysys Mason, but there are still significant opportunities for operators to work towards a share of the enterprise ICT market. Read more…

Cloud infrastructure market performed strongly in Q3

The worldwide cloud infrastructure services market performed strongly in Q3 2017, growing 43% year on year to reach US$14.4 billion. The four largest cloud service providers all maintained their momentum and expanded their combined share to 57% of the total market. Amazon AWS kept growing, with its revenue up 42% year on year. Read more…

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