Last October, Verizon became the first major carrier to launch commercial 5G services — a feat achieved using pre-standards “5G Home” hardware, which the company said it would upgrade to standards-based
The 5G Revolution
Las Vegas (CNN) — More companies are sharing ambitious plans about how we'll live in a 5G world. This week at CES, the annual tech convention in Las Vegas was filled with demos highlighting the potential
AT&T is being criticized for upgrading its phones to ‘fake’ 5G. Now Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon are piling on.
T-Mobile never wastes an opportunity to roast the competition. So it was only a matter of time before the wireless carrier tweaked AT&T over its decision to advertise its mobile data network as “5G E”
AT&T already launched its initial mobile 5G network in parts of 12 U.S. cities last December, but it’s now preparing for full nationwide coverage — a dauntingly large task that its millimeter wave small
AT&T recently started a shady marketing tactic that labeled its 4G network as a 5G network. Now, rivals Verizon and T-Mobile are not having any of it. In an open letter, in which AT&T is not named directly,
The cable TV industry — represented by the Internet and Television Association (NCTA), CableLabs, and Cable Europe — has introduced the industry’s plans to adopt 10G, or 10-gigabit-per-second data networks,
The Future of 5G
In 2019, a big technology shift will finally begin. It’s a once-in-a-decade upgrade to our wireless systems that will start reaching mobile phone users in a matter of months. But this is not just about
5G is promising to connect our world with unprecedented speeds. But will everyone have access to it equally? Signal’s Dasha Burns flew to rural Minnesota to find out why 5G could widen the digital divide.
Everything about the next-generation cellular standard 5G is complicated — too complicated for average users, and guaranteed to confuse everyone except engineers once early 5G devices begin to hit shelves
Trump says he supports 5G, but his tariffs on China could sabotage America’s lead in wireless technology. Government officials and industry stakeholders will gather at the White House on Thursday to promote