Verizon has announced it will go live with real world trials of its 5G network in the fall of 2016. Brian Cooley discusses the promise of the new wireless technology and how it will be used in the future.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere and COO Mike Sievert share their thoughts on the wireless world via a word association game.
SK Telecom opens a fifth-generation mobile network research facility in South Korea, where it claimed it would be the first operator of a 5G service.
TravelPass, which gives customers access to high-speed data, is Verizon's spin on providing customers with more affordable access outside the US.
Hans Vestberg, CEO of telecom equipment vendor Ericsson, sees the next decade's 5G networks being smart enough to know what kind of device is using it, and why.
Europeans have finally been given a date for the abolition of roaming charges across the EU.
The goal is to roll out high-speed 5G networks capable of 20 gigabytes per second by 2020. But is that realistic?
That's the only way they'll solve real problems, says Glenn Lurie, speaking at the Code Mobile conference. He also notes that the iPhone 6S has sold well.
In response to Verizon's plans to move to 5G, AT&T's Glenn Lurie says he prefers to wait until the industry can agree on what the technology will look like before making any proclamations.
Early adopters of 4G LTE cellular technology such as the US and UK are falling behind in terms of speed as more nations deploy and upgrade their networks.