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  1. More G's than your body has room for — Can 5G replace everybody’s home broadband? On kicking cable broadband to the curb, experts say "The answer is absolutely! Depending.” Enlarge / Artist's impression of how fast your house might one day be with 5G mobile broadband. Aurich Lawson / Getty When it comes to the possibility of home broadband competition, we want to believe. And in the case of 5G mobile broadband, wireless carriers want us to believe, too. But whether or not
  2. want a little 5G with your wi-fi 6? — MediaTek and Intel team up to bring 5G networking to laptops and PCs MediaTek and Intel aim to bring 5G communications to a laptop near you. Enlarge / The new partnership will be Mediatek's first venture out of the ARM world and into x86. MediaTek In April of this year, Intel cancelled its 5G-modem building plans. This week, it's announcing that they're back on the table—but this time, with system-on-chip vendor MediaTek building the hardware. The partnersh
  3. 5G won’t change everything, or at least probably not your things 5G is many things, but a radically better phone experience it is not. Enlarge / Artist's impression of millimeter-wave 5G speeds. Aurich Lawson / Getty The long-touted fifth generation of wireless communications is not magic. We’re sorry if unending hype over the world-changing possibilities of 5G has led you to expect otherwise. But the next generation in mobile broadband will still have to obey the current generation of
  4. The next Samsung smartphone on the high end is the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, if rumors stay accurate. We’ve read the lists and listed the specifications, now it’s time to get a clearer look at what Samsung’s likely got in store for February 11, 2019. This is not the most cost-efficient way to gain access to 5G connectivity, of what you can be sure. But it might just be the prettiest. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra was rendered this week by the designer named Ben Geskin. This creator previously brought us images of a whole bunch of next-gen smartphones from S
  5. 2020 is not looking good — The Snapdragon 865 will make phones worse in 2020, thanks to mandatory 5G Qualcomm is so obsessed with 5G, it's hurting 4G performance to spur adoption. Enlarge / A more accurately labeled Snapdragon 865. Qualcomm/Ron Amadeo Qualcomm recently took the wraps off its flagship SoC for 2020, the Snapdragon 865. As usual, we can expect this chip in all the high-end Android smartphones in 2020, and it's 25 percent faster than last year, with fancy new
  6. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will vote in July on whether to auction a key band of largely unused 2.5 GHz spectrum to help advance next-generation 5G wireless networks and scrap requirements that it be used for education, the agency said on Tuesday. The FCC in May 2018 voted to consider releasing additional key 2.5 GHz mid-band spectrum reserved in the 1960s for what is now known as the Educational Broadband Service. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a statement the proposal would give existing users more flexibility in how
  7. THE HAGUE (Reuters) - European law enforcement agencies set to lose the ability to tap criminals’ mobile devices with the launch of 5G technology must be brought into discussions earlier when communications networks are modernised, the new head of Europol told Reuters. Appealing to EU leaders for greater powers to fight tech-savvy criminals, Catherine De Bolle said its member states do not yet have the domestic regulations or technology to fill the policing gap that will open up when 4G networks become obsolete. “It is one of the most important investigati
  8. SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) will roll out commercial 5G licenses “in the near future”, Xinhua said. It did not provide further details. Beijing had granted licenses at the end of 2018 to China’s three state-owned carriers to conduct trials for 5G deployment. It has yet to approve full commercial deployment, however. Source
  9. First to 5G? For smartphone users, the race is kind of meaningless EE is the first UK carrier to jump to 5G. But for more consumers, the upgrade just isn’t worth it yet. 5G has arrived in the UK today. Jaromir Chalabala / EyeEm Pop the champagne and polish the medals, for the competition to be first to 5G has declared its victors. UK carrier EE turned on the country's first 5G network in the country on Thursday, beating its rivals to the punch. EE joins Verizon and Swisscom as "winners" of th
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    Tech Tent: Why is 5G data capped?

    Tech Tent: Why is 5G data capped? Image copyrightPA Image captionStormzy launched EE's 5G network With a flash of fireworks and a song from rapper Stormzy, the UK welcomed the arrival of its first 5G mobile network. On this week's Tech Tent podcast, we explore the benefits this next-generation tech is supposed to bring, and ask whether people are likely to pay a premium to upgrade. Image captionChris Fox is sitting in for Rory on this week's podcast Stream the latest Tech Tent podca
  11. Huawei tests 5G downloads in China as government due to issue licenses Huawei is also scheduled to ship its foldable 5G smartphone, the Mate X, this month. Chinese technology giant Huawei has tested the 5G downlo
  12. Our AT&T 5G speed test yields the craziest speeds yet At the AT&T Shape conference in LA we get a taste of blazing fast 5G speeds. And they sure make for smooth mole whacking. On Saturday, AT&T let us test the speed of its 5G network on a Galaxy S10 5G phone. Juan Garzon/CNET It's fitting that I tested AT&T's 5G network at the Warner Bros. studio in Los Angeles. Both Hollywood and 5G aim to take our wildest ideas and make them real. In AT&T's case, it's the promise of high speed mobile data over a
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    FCC deems 5G safe

    The FCC concludes current radio frequency emission levels are safe. Cellphones -- old and new -- are safe, including those that'll use new 5G technology. That's according to a new proposal that Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai circulated Thursday. It would keep the agency's current safety limits for radio frequency exposure the same as they've been for 23 years. Following more than six years of public input and review, the agency said the current exposure levels for cellphones, wireless towers, Wi-Fi routers and all other devices emitting RF s
  14. THE NEXT GENERATION OF WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IS READY FOR TAKE-OFF Whizzy 5G tech has everything going for it barring a strong business case NORTH KOREAN athletes haven't been the only unusual participants at the winter Olympics in Pyeongchang in South Korea. Anyone can take part, at least virtually. Many contestants will be watched by 360-degree video cameras, able to stream footage via a wireless network. At certain venues around the country sports fans will be able to don virtual-reality, head-mounted displays to get right into the acti
  15. Chinese smartphone maker Huawei says the Australian government has banned it from providing 5G technology for the country's wireless networks. It said fellow communications firm ZTE had also been banned, both reportedly because of national security concerns. "This is a extremely disappointing result for consumers," the company said on Twitter. Faster data download and upload speeds are promised with 5G, which is the next stage of mobile internet connectivity. Wider coverage and more stable connections than current 4G technology are also highlighte
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