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The 5G version of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S7 starts at $850 and arrives September 18

The 5G version of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S7 starts at 0 and arrives September 18 2020 was going to be the year 5G went truly mainstream. Things obviously haven’t gone according to plan these past several months, but this is undoubtedly the year Samsung went all-in on the next generation technology. After being one of […]

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BlackBerry’s brand switches hands again, set to return as a 5G Android handset

BlackBerry’s brand switches hands again, set to return as a 5G Android handset A good brand is hard to kill. Over the past several years, the smartphone space has seen a resurgence of once-mighty mobile brands making a comeback with various degrees of success. HMD’s Nokia phones are probably the best and most successful example, […]

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Trump administration announces major midband spectrum auction for 5G

Trump administration announces major midband spectrum auction for 5G 5G is increasingly coming into focus as a set of technologies that has the potential to dramatically expand the quality, bandwidth, and range of wireless connectivity. One of the major blocks to actually rolling out these technologies though is simply spectrum: there just isn’t enough of […]

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Nebraska and Iowa win advanced wireless testbed grants for rural broadband

Nebraska and Iowa win advanced wireless testbed grants for rural broadband Everyone wants more bandwidth from the skies, but it takes a lot of testing to turn laboratory research projects into real-world performant infrastructure. A number of new technologies, sometimes placed under the banner of “5G” and sometimes not, is embarking on that transition and […]

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Decrypted: As tech giants rally against Hong Kong security law, Apple holds out

Decrypted: As tech giants rally against Hong Kong security law, Apple holds out It’s not often Silicon Valley gets behind a single cause. Supporting net neutrality was one, reforming government surveillance another. Last week, Big Tech took up its latest: halting any cooperation with Hong Kong police. Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and even China-headquartered TikTok […]

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Rapid Huawei rip-out could cause outages and security risks, warns UK telco

Rapid Huawei rip-out could cause outages and security risks, warns UK telco The chief executive of UK incumbent telco BT has warned any government move to require a rapid rip-out of Huawei kit from existing mobile infrastructure could cause network outages for mobile users and generate its own set of security risks. Huawei has been […]

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Sprint 5G is no more, as T-Mobile focuses on its own network

Sprint 5G is no more, as T-Mobile focuses on its own network A day after formally completing the sale of Boost, Virgin and other Sprint prepaid networks to Dish, T-Mobile is pulling the plug on Sprint 5G. The move is one in a long list of issues that need sorting out in the wake of […]

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Twitter starts putting fact-checking labels on tweets about 5G and COVID-19

Twitter starts putting fact-checking labels on tweets about 5G and COVID-19 Conspiracy theories claiming a connection between 5G technology and the coronavirus have been around since the pandemic’s early days, and apparently they’re still going strong. So strong, in fact, that Twitter began applying a label to some tweets about COVID-19 and 5G, encouraging users […]

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UK government reverses course on Huawei’s involvement in 5G networks

UK government reverses course on Huawei’s involvement in 5G networks Conservative members of the United Kingdom’s government have pushed Prime Minister Boris Johnson to draw up plans to remove telecom equipment made by the Chinese manufacturer Huawei from the nation’s 5G networks by 2023, according to multiple reports. The decision by Johnson, who wanted Huawei’s […]

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Xiaomi’s investment house of IoT surpasses 300 companies

Xiaomi’s investment house of IoT surpasses 300 companies Xiaomi, the Chinese comapny famous for its budget smartphones and a bevy of value-for-money gadgets, said in a filing on Thursday that it has backed more than 300 companies as of March, totaling 32.3 billion yuan ($4.54 billion) in book value and 225.9 million yuan ($32 million […]

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