Many customers across America were unable to make 911 emergency calls and use other wireless services following a CenturyLink outage.
Broadband internet speeds are rising, and the United States is seeing increases in boosts in downloading and uploading capabilities, too.
Even though 5G solutions, like AT&T’s NightHawk hotspot are launching next year, the technology comes with downsides and disadvantages for decision makers.
Samsung recently announced plans to release a 5G capable phone by 2019 and previewed a unique hardware design.
The Federal Communications Commission is considering two 5G proposals that will favor the needs of big cable companies, and affected cities aren’t happy about it.
Kevin Taylor of Powerful Signal shares first-hand perspective on HiBoost cell signal boosters — HiBoost Commercial 20K Pro and Commercial 30K Pro.
Aside from helping internet-less people in Puerto Rico, Project Loon is expanding its internet-by-balloon service to reach as many end users as possible.
The Government Accountability Office found data, often curated by ISPs themselves, overstates accessibility and competition in the broadband world.
The Santa Clara Fire Department lost valuable response time due to the slowing of their data services.
The University of Sussex completed its first tests on 5G technology, and expect it to be usable as early as 2019.