Device


Research blog / 5G

Extend the life of IoT devices thanks to smartphones

It’s 6 pm and I’m leaving work on my bike. Using GPS coordinates, my connected watch lets my household know I’m on my way. Hang on, I’ve got a message from my fridge: “We need more butter and eggs”. Quick detour to the supermarket and I’m back home. Red alert from my son’s schoolbag: Oscar still […]


Augmented Planet / Innovation

Fairphone 3 and Livebox 5: more “responsible” devices

Orange has been pursuing an eco-friendly, pro-circular economy approach for a long time due to its awareness of the digital industry’s environmental impact. It showed its commitment to being eco-friendly with the Fairphone 3, a smartphone with detachable parts that comes with a screwdriver. Julien Giner, a Project Manager at Orange, explained this unique quality […]


Smarter society / Artificial Intelligence

A control tower against illegal streaming, supported by AI

Streaming services are multiplying and it is becoming easier to access high-quality files with both fixed and mobile devices using high-speed and very high-speed connections, from a larger and more varied range of terminals. Will the illegal redistribution and sharing of video content intensify? A threat with a thousand faces… “We’re facing new types of […]


Research blog / Artificial Intelligence

Your smartphone can hand you useful information on a plate

Imagine a meeting where you could instantly have access to information about the people, organisations and places mentioned by the other participants. Imagine a meeting where the documents needed to resolve a problem could automatically be made available to you with only your smartphone and a connection to an online service. This is a real […]


Better me

Viktor: smart cushion tackling isolation among seniors

Viktor, a decorative sofa cushion and smart device, enabling seniors to keep in touch with friends, family and carers, while enjoying access to entertainment content.


Smarter society / Artificial Intelligence

Podcast: What about free will in a world that is assisted by data and connected objects?

The point of view of Christine Balagué, full professor of the Good in Tech Chair, on the question of free will in a world of data and connected objects.


Better me / Artificial Intelligence

How do you tame artificial intelligence?

Reassuring consumers about the balance of power when it comes to #AI is crucial to making it available to all.


Smarter society / Artificial Intelligence

Are the voice’s channels impenetrable?

A woman’s voice, a man’s voice, or a genderless voice: what is the best voice for a voice assistant? The answer from the social sciences.


Research blog / Internet of things

Device Management in the connected world of tomorrow

As the Internet of things is on the rise, innovative solutions are emerging to evolve and optimise Device Management.


Smarter society / Salon de la recherche

When AI shows up at your remote meetings

The “Future Meeting Experience”, presented at the 2019 Orange Research Exhibition, simulates a meeting where people can actively participate using content relayed to their smartphones.


Augmented Planet / Innovation

At the Tokyo Olympic Games, the rush for Gold will come from… recycling smartphones

Japanese authorities have collected over 5 million used mobile devices. The aim: to recycle them to make the medals for the 2020 Olympic Games.


Smarter society / 5G

Tikaway: affordable connected glasses for all professionals

Tikaway, integrated camera glasses that connect you to a videoconference solution.