Commercial 5G services will commence by month's end in both the United Kingdom and Australia, thanks to announcements from the countries' top carriers.
Remember what Dany saw in the House of the Undying?
Verizon is showing off download speeds using the newly-launched Galaxy S10 5G today, probably because they opened up the network a bit following a few weeks of testing. After peaking well under 1Gbps in early April, Verizon’s 5G network is now pushing beyond 1Gbps with Samsung’s new phone. I’m guessing they needed to do this
Arizona cornerback Patrick Peterson's six-game suspension will mean more opportunity for No. 2 draft pick Byron Murphy, the second corner taken in the 2019 draft. Murphy brings a strong resume into his rookie season.
Throughout its eight seasons, the HBO series has included subtle and not-so-subtle hints of what’s to come.
To dodge the ban, Huawei claims it will have an Android alternative OS ready to go later this year
It's unlikely that Barea will see another four-year, $16 million contract. But if he is able to return to full health after an Achilles tear ended his season, there's no reason to believe he'll end up anywhere but back in Dallas.
Vizio’s stacked 2019 TV lineup includes a 3,000-nit TV and several ultra-budget Dolby Vision screens.
Apple's engineering efforts to build a 5G modem aren't as much about saving money for itself or customers as building smaller, more power-efficient devices.
Chinese telecoms giants Huawei has hit out at President Donald Trump's decision to blacklist its technology, saying it will "not make the US more secure or stronger" but will instead leave the country "lagging behind in 5G".
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei responded on Wednesday to news of President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.