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5G, the fifth generation of wireless, promises lightning-fast download speeds and could lay the foundation for high-tech advancements like self-driving cars.
San Francisco can reject 5G wireless equipment that it views as detracting from the city’s beauty, a setback for wireless carriers which may now have to remap new networks or disguise antennas as palm fronds or building cornices.
As you ready your confetti for the next-generation wireless network, 5G, let’s remember what did – and didn’t – emerge from 4G a decade ago.
Apple Inc is expected to wait until 2020 before it releases a 5G version of its iPhone, but even with a time frame that puts a potential launch after rivals such as Samsung, Apple may still struggle to get the necessary components to build the product.
China’s Huawei opens Brussels security lab, stepping up effort to win over EU policymakers.
The advent of 5G will enable innovations in artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and big data.
Loon, the balloon-borne rural Internet service from Google parent Alphabet Inc, has recruited three wireless-industry leaders to help the company’s years-long effort to get the business off the ground.
AT&T drew ridicule from other carriers including Verizon and T-Mobile by suddenly relabelling the network used by some of its phones as “5G E“, since the 5G network is still being built out and no phones on the market are compatible yet.
Apple Inc's chief executive Tim Cook has his work cut out in China this year: the iPhone maker faces the looming threat of a court-ordered sales ban, the uncertain outcome of trade war talks and the roll-out of a new 5G network, where it finds itself behind rivals like Huawei and Samsung.
As wildfires raged across California, mobile phones went silent as towers and lines succumbed to the flames.