For all the benefits of 5G over 4G, including faster speeds, lower latency and greater use cases, some have expressed concerns that it could impact your health. While worries about the impact of mobile radiation on the body are not new, they have arisen once more following the rollout of 5G in multiple cities across … Continued
5G is going to completely transform our relationship with technology. It will enable reliable real-time communication and connection and unlock a plethora of new services in smart cities. Our infographic is your guide to this new network generation. To view the infographic as a PDF, please click here.
Much of the conversation in the mobile industry at the moment is around the benefits of 5G and when we can expect to see a roll-out. But many consumers will remember when 2G, 3G and 4G were the latest innovation in mobile connectivity. Each generation of network brought with it a significant milestone in the … Continued
Every year tech companies, journalists and leaders go to Mobile World Congres in Barcelona. The latest show witnessed surprise comebacks from Nokia and BlackBerry, as well as 5G, smart cities and artificial intelligence. Comebacks Nokia used to be the world’s biggest phone manufacturer, but was overtaken by Apple and Google, and eventually stopped making them. … Continued
The expected launch of 5G services in the next few years will deliver much faster mobile internet connections. For consumers, that of course means many elements of your mobile experience will be improved – you’ll be able to browse the Web faster, download apps more quickly and stream high quality video without buffering. But 5G … Continued
With the launch of the iPhone 7, 2016 marked a big year in the history of mobile phones. Mobile devices are getting more powerful and connected than ever before, but what’s in store for 2017? We look at some of the key trends to watch out for this year. iPhone 8? Apple might be releasing … Continued
5G is the next step in mobile connectivity, promising significantly faster data uploads and downloads than current 4G connections. Trials of the technology have reached speeds as high as 10 Gbps per second, though they are unlikely to be quite that fast when 5G services launch in the next few years. Still, connections are expected … Continued