5G connectivity is coming to a wide array of devices
Verizon's new 5G network doesn't work indoors. So the carrier is teaming up with Boingo Wireless to fix that.
Here are the key details about what the provider of the self-proclaimed only ‘true’ UK 5G network will offer.
The Snapdragon 865 is still in development, but a leaked Geekbench score reveals more power than the iPhone XS.
Wireless carrier EE is launching the first 5G network in the UK. Here's where you can find the faster network and which phones will work with it.
As with the Galaxy S10 family, Samsung is producing a 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10. Only this model will be available right away.
Ming-Chi Kuo says pressure from Android and Intel modem purchase have made Apple more prepared for 5G than before.
Apple is reportedly in talks to acquire Intel's modem business, which has big implications for future iPhones.
T-Mobile's network may not yet be the fastest, but it is the most accessible. And that's what really matters.
T-Mobile's 5G network delivers close to 600 Mbps speeds in New York City and broader coverage than Verizon does in Chicago, but it's not as speedy.
The Moto Z4 marries a premium design and display with good-enough performance and solid battery life. It's a decent alternative to the Pixel 3a — so long as you don't need the best camera.
The LG V50 ThinQ delivers faster 5G speeds where Sprint's network is available. But that's not enough to justify its steep price, especially when you consider its poor battery life and dated design.
The LG V50 bears quite a few similarities to the V40 before it. But 5G connectivity could make all the difference.
Sprint's 5G network in Dallas isn't as speedy as Verizon's 5G in Chicago, but the coverage is broader.
Sprint just launched its 5G network in five cities and two 5G devices are going on sale. Here are all the details.
The inflight internet access company will start using 5G to connect its 250 ground towers to planes.
Here's what AT&T's 5GE really means, what phones you can expect to see it on and why you shouldn't be too hyped about it.
Chip maker MediaTek is showing off a 5G system-on-chip at Computex that will likely mean a broader range of phones offering faster 5G connectivity next year.