We are now in the early stages of the next technological revolution: the development of a ubiquitous wireless network that will marry data collection and computation with billions of devices. This will provide us with unprecedented insights and abilities that will change what we do and how we do it. This network is called 5G
Within a few years, 5G networks could turbocharge your smartphone. But can they pass the tests cooked up by engineers at an office park in New Jersey?
A massive FCC spectrum release—and new advances in wireless technologies—accelerate an era of incredibly fast data.
Car-to-car communication, which may reduce traffic accidents and congestion, is about to undergo testing on roadways in Sunnyvale, California.
You might not want VR in your living room just yet, but Modal VR thinks you’ll try it at the mall.
Imagine using your phone as a paddle to play air hockey on a giant touch-screen tablet, without having to formally pair the devices.
A new study shows how connected devices could be hijacked to perform ferocious digital attacks.
Trump’s pick to regulate the telecom industry is pro-business, anti-regulation, and relaxed on privacy.
Find out how new ideas like reusable rockets, immune engineering, and Tesla’s Autopilot have progressed.
Millions of Americans lack broadband access and computer skills. Can President Trump bring them into the digital economy?
The fifth generation of mobile communications technology will see the end of the “cell” as the fundamental building block of communication networks.