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5G Explained – Part Three

5G Explained – Part Three

In the final installment, FP Analytics lays out the inherent security risks associated with 5G’s role in the digitization of the global economy and breaks down the critical issues for which companies
Game platforms respond to increased demand amid coronavirus quarantines

Game platforms respond to increased demand amid coronavirus quarantines

Sony limits EU download speeds, Steam sets new concurrent user records.
Go Ahead, Stream All You Want. The Internet Is Fine—for Now

Go Ahead, Stream All You Want. The Internet Is Fine—for Now

Netflix is slowing streams in Europe in an effort to preserve bandwidth amid the pandemic. But US providers seem to be holding up to the surge in usage.
5G Explained – Part Two

5G Explained – Part Two

In this second of three parts, FP Analytics explores 5G's development and its global commercial and geopolitical implications.
Know Your Network, Lesson 2: Understanding Your Router’s Admin Page

Know Your Network, Lesson 2: Understanding Your Router’s Admin Page

Most routers come with some kind of administrative website that you access by typing their IP address into your favorite web browser and entering your login and password—which you changed from
ASU researchers debut ViWi-BT, an AI/computer vision mmWave beam guide

ASU researchers debut ViWi-BT, an AI/computer vision mmWave beam guide

Pointing highly directional millimeter waves at wireless devices will help increase data speeds and reduce latency, if the signals are pointed properly.
Know Your Network, Lesson 1: Router Hardware 101

Know Your Network, Lesson 1: Router Hardware 101

Buying and configuring a new wireless router can be a mind-numbing exercise. You might not need much hand-holding if you’re pretty confident in your geeky skills, but there are plenty of people who
5G Explained – Part One

5G Explained – Part One

In this first of three parts, FP Analytics explores 5G's development and its global commercial and geopolitical implications.
5G laptops finally made their big splash at CES 2020. But will it matter?

5G laptops finally made their big splash at CES 2020. But will it matter?

Today's mobile workforce is about to gain an unprecedented value: Thanks to 5G, laptops will connect to the internet at Wi-Fi speeds, making it possible to work and play wherever you go.
5G in 2020: How devices and networks will evolve over the next year

5G in 2020: How devices and networks will evolve over the next year

Next-generation 5G cellular devices and networks are going to continue to improve throughout 2020, bringing faster data speeds to millions of new customers.
As 5G Rolls Out, Troubling New Security Flaws Emerge

As 5G Rolls Out, Troubling New Security Flaws Emerge

Researchers have identified 11 new vulnerabilities in 5G—with time running out to fix them.
Why design will make or break the 5G revolution

Why design will make or break the 5G revolution

5G needs an iconic device—and it probably won’t be the smartphone.

Comcast sues Maine over a law requiring a-la-carte cable offerings

Cord cutting may seem like the new norm, but plenty of people still pay for cable TV. That doesn't mean they're happy with it though. This summer, in response to complaints that customers had to
What Is Wi-Fi 6 and When Will I Get It?

What Is Wi-Fi 6 and When Will I Get It?

The new standard promises to improve the speed and reliability of your home Wi-Fi network. And it arrives as soon as this fall.
Users Permanently Alter Their Minds Inside a Network in an Excerpt From Jayinee Basu's The City of Folding Faces

Users Permanently Alter Their Minds Inside a Network in an Excerpt From Jayinee Basu's The City of Folding Faces

Mara is very different now, after digitizing and uploading herself as a “space-time tubeform” into the network of the Roulette. There’s even a word for people like her in the universe of Jayinee
Users Permanently Alter Their Minds Inside a Network in an Excerpt From Jayinee Basu's The City of Folding Faces

Users Permanently Alter Their Minds Inside a Network in an Excerpt From Jayinee Basu's The City of Folding Faces

Mara is very different now, after digitizing and uploading herself as a “space-time tubeform” into the network of the Roulette. There’s even a word for people like her in the universe of Jayinee
Mark Zuckerberg Is a Slumlord

Mark Zuckerberg Is a Slumlord

Tech giants, and social media ones in particular, are, well, giant. But they’re also dense, and certain problems tend to arise when a very large number of people occupy the same space. Read more...
Apple and Disney’s Entries into the Streaming Wars Stress Telecom Networks

Apple and Disney’s Entries into the Streaming Wars Stress Telecom Networks

Cook Brings In Apple Earlier this year, Tim Cook announced Apple TV+, the company’s long-awaited over-the-top (OTT) video service, would launch this fall. The presentation of the news came in Apple’s
Nokia Beacon 1 Home Mesh Router: Specs, Price, Release Date

Nokia Beacon 1 Home Mesh Router: Specs, Price, Release Date

The Finnish tech company has a new home networking device that could help improve its business customers' internet service.
ABC, CBS, and NBC announce they will snub President Trump's 'Salute to America' celebration

ABC, CBS, and NBC announce they will snub President Trump's 'Salute to America' celebration

Major U.S. media networks ABC, CBS, and NBC announced Wednesday that they are all snubbing President Donald Trump's "Salute to America" celebration on the Fourth of July and plan to stick with