Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags '5g'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Site Related
    • News & Updates
    • Site / Forum Feedback
    • Member Introduction
  • News
    • General News
    • FileSharing News
    • Mobile News
    • Software News
    • Security & Privacy News
    • Technology News
  • Downloads
    • nsane.down
  • General Discussions & Support
    • Filesharing Chat
    • Security & Privacy Center
    • Software Chat
    • Mobile Mania
    • Technology Talk
    • Entertainment Exchange
    • Guides & Tutorials
  • Off-Topic Chat
    • The Chat Bar
    • Jokes & Funny Stuff
    • Polling Station

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

  1. How Apple Built 5G Into Its New iPhones The faster wireless standard uses different chunks of the radio spectrum—but the technology remains nascent. Apple's new iPhones will operate in both the slower, longer-range “midband,” as well as the super-fast, short-range millimeter-wave frequencies for 5G. Photograph: Brooks Kraft/Apple In introducing its first 5G phones on Tuesday, Apple said it had tested them on more than 100 networks. That’s a s
  2. SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Apple’s iPhone 12 launch drew mixed reactions in mainland China on Wednesday, with fans cheering a 5G model for their favourite brand while others planned to wait for upcoming devices from local rivals like Huawei Technologies. The much-anticipated Apple launch comes in the wake of Chinese Android-platform brands such as Huawei and Xiaomi Corp having already rolled out higher-end 5G devices compatible with China’s upgraded telecoms networks, with the U.S. giant seen by some analysts to be late to the party. In its second-largest market
  3. Karlston

    The WIRED Guide to 5G

    The WIRED Guide to 5G Here's everything you'll ever want to know about the spectrum, millimeter-wave technology, and why 5G could give China an edge in the AI race. The future depends on connectivity. From artificial intelligence and self-driving cars to telemedicine and mixed reality to as yet undreamt technologies, all the things we hope will make our lives easier, safer, and healthier will require high-speed, always-on internet connections. To keep up with the explosion of new connec
  4. MediaTek announces T750 chipset for 5G fixed wireless access routers Today, MediaTek is announcing its latest 5G chipset, the T750. But unlike other 5G chipsets that we've covered, this one isn't made for phones. It's designed to be used in fixed wireless access routers and mobile hotspots. In other words, this is the type of thing that you can use to get a 5G home Wi-Fi network set up. "Pervasive high-speed broadband connectivity is becoming more important with the increase in connected devices and the surge of people working from home, taking online classe
  5. Qualcomm is bringing 5G to everyone with cheap 5G Snapdragon chips Dirt-cheap Snapdragon 4-series chips will make nearly every phone a 5G phone. Enlarge / The Snapdragon 4 series is near the bottom of Qualcomm's lineup and is used in most cheap devices. Qualcomm 64 with 30 posters participating Qualcomm's push for 5G will soon hit some of the cheapest phones on the market. Today, the company announced 5G is coming to the Snapdragon 4-series in "early 2021." Qualcomm says the goal of these
  6. Today we’re taking a peek at the newly-revealed ZTE Axon 20 5G, otherwise known as the “world’s first under-display camera smartphone.” This device might not look particularly extraordinary at first – it’s not really meant to be particularly striking in outward appearance. Instead, it’s meant to do what any other smartphone does, without the drawback of having a space up front for a camera – be it a wide bezel, a notch, or a hole in the phone’s display. Up front the ZTE Axon 20 5G works with a 6.92-inch FDH+ (2460 x 1080 pixel) OLED display. This phone delivers under-display finger
  7. Samsung could build UK 5G if Huawei is banned Samsung says it can provide mobile operators with 5G kit (Image credit: focustech) Samsung says it could provide the kit necessary for UK operators to build 5G networks should they be banned from procuring Huawei equipment. The Korean electronics giant has a limited presence in the mobile equipment market but has big ambitions for 5G, hoping to secure 20 per cent of the market by 2020. It has seen strong demand in its native South Korea as well as from US operators who are ba
  8. Qualcomm launches new Snapdragon 690 processor to add 5G to budget phones Along with support for 4K HDR video and 120Hz displays Qualcomm is launching its next 5G chipset today, the Snapdragon 690, the first product in its 6-series chips to get support for the next-generation networking standard — although it’ll only support the slower sub-6GHz versions of 5G, not the faster mmWave standard. The new Snapdragon 690 also promises a variety of other improvements over the previous 6-series chips. Qualcomm says it’ll
  9. Randall Stephenson, CEO of AT&T. DREW ANGERER/GETTY IMAGES In January, AT&T said it would launch a 5G wireless network in 2018. On Tuesday, the company said it would meet that target—barely—by launching a 5G service in parts of 12 cities starting Friday. Even in those cities, though, few people will be able to use the service anytime soon. Eventually, 5G is expected to deliver speeds around 200 times faster than today's 4G wireless networks. For now, though, AT&T's new network, dubbed 5G+, and a 5G home wireless network launched by Verizon in
  10. The AchieVer

    5G: A transformation in progress

    5G: A transformation in progress Early 5G deployments are now under way, and general awareness of 5G is increasing. However, fully operational 5G networks that can support advanced business-transforming use cases are still under development. Analogue mobile phones first appeared in the early 1980s, and were used for voice calls only (imagine that!). Second-generation (2G) digital mobiles made their debut a decade later with GSM, offering text messaging (SMS) as the 'killer application' on top of voice services, b
  11. Researchers have reported their findings and fixes should be deployed by the end of 2019. A new vulnerability has been discovered in the upcoming 5G cellular mobile communications protocol. Researchers have described this new flaw as more severe than any of the previous vulnerabilities that affected the 3G and 4G standards. Further, besides 5G, this new vulnerability also impacts the older 3G and 4G protocols, providing surveillance tech vendors with a new flaw they can abuse to create next-gen IMSI-catchers that work across all modern telephony protocols.
  12. (Reuters) - Apple Inc held talks with Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and MediaTek Inc along with existing vendor Intel Corp to supply 5G modem chips for 2019 iPhones, according to an Apple executive’s testimony at a trial between Qualcomm Inc and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Friday. Between 2011 and 2016, Apple relied on San Diego-based Qualcomm as the sole supplier of such chips, which help iPhones connect to wireless networks. Starting in 2016, Apple split the business between Intel and Qualcomm, but in 2018, Apple moved solely to Intel for its newest phones.
  13. 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 cells won’t be able to handle alone. This morning, the carrier revealed that it will “offer nationwide 5G coverage with our lower band spectrum,” specifically the sub-6GHz frequencies discussed in our interview with AT&T VP Gordon Mansfield yesterday. Above: Netgear's Nighthawk 5G Mobile Hotspot is the first AT&T mobile 5G device, and already available for purchase.
  14. Will 5G play a role in IoT security? Threats abound for connected devices as carriers prepare for next-generation of wireless mobile communications. The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow as more and more devices, sensors, assets, and other "things" are connected and share data. Still, many remain concerned
  15. T-Mobile CTO says 5G's high-frequency spectrum won't cover rural America. Enlarge / T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray. T-Mobile 5G mobile networks have started arriving but only in very limited areas and amidst misleading claims by wireless carriers. While all four major nationwide carriers in the United States have overhyped 5G to varying degrees, T-Mobile today made a notable admission about 5G's key limitation. T-Mobile Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray wrote in a blog post that millimeter-wave spectrum used fo
  16. Germany planning 'trustworthy' supplier requirement for all networks and 5G A draft of updated security requirements is set to appear in Northern Hemisphere's spring. Germany's Federal Network Agency, the Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA), published on Thursday a set of planned additional security requirements for telco networks within the country, which are due to appear in draft form during the Northern Hemisphere's spring. The BNetzA point
  17. China to lead APAC tech spend, 5G race ahead of global markets China will remain Asia's largest in terms of tech spending, growing 4 percent this year and 6 percent in 2020, and lead global markets in the 5G race where its investments in telecommunications account for 57 percent of the country's overall spend. China is expected to remain Asia's largest spender in technology, forking out US$256 billion this year and US$273 billion in 2020, as well as lead global markets in 5G where the country's investments in
  18. 5G-connected cows test milking parlor of the future SHEPTON MALLET, England (Reuters) - They may look like regular cows, but a herd of Friesian dairy cattle at a British farm are internet pioneers and they are enjoying the benefits of 5G connectivity before you. Cisco Systems Inc, which is developing network infrastructure for the emerging technology, has set up 5G testbeds to trial wireless and mobile connectivity in three rural locations. 5G promises super-fast connections, which evangelists say will transform the way we live our lives, enabli
  19. It was under ideal conditions, but Verizon finally puts real numbers to mobile 5G. Enlarge / The blazing fast conclusion of Verizon's speed test. David Weissmann It was a bit earlier than scheduled, but Verizon switched on parts of its 5G network today, debuting in "select areas" of Minneapolis and Chicago. Every carrier out there likes to slice and dice definitions to have the "First 5G" everything, but in terms of using a real, mmWave 5G signal and something approximating a 5G smartphone, Verizon has made the most progress yet in
  20. MG Hector to Be India's First Internet Car, Technology Revealed MG Motor India’s first car will be the Hector SUV which will go on sale in Q2 this year. The second car, which will arrive in 2020, will be a pure electric vehicle - eZS. MG Hector SUV. (Image: MG Motor India) MG Motor (Morris Garages) has showcased their car technology in India with the launch of the iSMART Next Gen, developed in partnership with global technology players. The MG Hector, which will go on sale in June this year, will come with iSMART Next Gen and will be the first internet car in India.
  21. KT launches unlimited 5G data plan with no speed cap South Korea's second largest mobile carrier KT has launched a 5G data plan that offers unlimited data with no speed cap to overwhelm rivals SK Telecom and LG Uplus. South Korean telco KT has launched a 5G data plan tha
  22. steven36

    5G isn’t ready for me

    Don't fool yourself. It's not ready for you, either. Over the spring and summer, the first 5G networks lit up over the US, with all the major carriers offering a 5G service of some kind. However, there are still only a few compatible phones to go around, the best of which is probably Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G. It's practically an entirely new phone. Samsung substantially upgraded its S10 with more cameras (six) and a third more battery than the standard S10 -- more capacity than the S10 Plus, too. It's an impressive phone on paper even before considerin
  23. Vodafone announces Huawei equipment removal from its 5G network's sensitive core Vodafone has announced that it will remove Huawei equipment from the sensitive areas of its 5G network. The decision will affect its operations across Europe after the UK recently made a decision on whether the Chinese firm should have a presence in networks inside the country. Under the new rules in the UK, telecoms can continue using Huawei technology but only in 35% of the network and in non-sensitive parts such as the network’s core. Commenting on the move, Chief
  24. Google Pixel 4 5G could launch alongside 4G handset at October event Google beating Apple in the 5G race The Google Pixel 3 (Image credit: TechRadar) The Google Pixel 4 is almost upon us, with it set to launch on October 15, and while we're expecting to see the Pixel 4 and 4 XL, it looks like there could be a third handset on the cards as well – the Google Pixel 4 5G. That's according to Japanese news site Nikkei
  25. 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
×
×
  • Create New...