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The Moon is getting 4G thanks to NASA and Nokia

October 19th, 2020

NASA wants to build a 4G/LTE communications network on the Moon, and it’s hoping that Nokia will be able to make it happen. Nokia’s Bell Labs will work on adapting technology used on Earth for use in lunar communications. The company received a $14.1 million deal for the work, according to NASA. If I asked …

4G LTE speeds vs 5G

Who cares about 5G when Qualcomm’s new LTE modem is this fast

February 14th, 2018

Late this year, we’re expecting to see the first 5G devices become available for very limited use on a handful of real-world 5G networks. That’s going to be a huge step forward in the journey towards nationwide high-speed connectivity, but it will also still be the first step. You’re going to have to wait until …

5G network vs 4G, explained

Everything you need to know about 5G

May 3rd, 2017

Yesterday, T-Mobile CEO John Legere published one of his trademarked video announcements. In between some choice words about AT&T, Legere said that T-Mobile is planning on rolling out a nationwide 5G network in the next few years. Legere tried to make the case that because T-Mobile is the only company that’s announced a rollout of …

T-Mobile Unlimited Data

Don’t buy the crap T-Mobile (or anyone else) is selling

November 4th, 2016

T-Mobile CEO John Legere took to YouTube today to unleash one of his patented down-with-the-kids tirades against Verizon. The subject? Verizon’s recent ad campaign against T-Mobile, which Legere claims to be a bunch of misleading lies. That may well be true, but T-Mobile is no better. In his four-minute rant, Legere manages to cherry-pick his …

South Korea 5G Wireless Network Launch

You’ll download full movies in a second on South Korea’s 5G network

January 24th, 2014

South Korea plans to further upgrade its cellular data speeds in the coming years, and has announced that it will invest 1.6 trillion won (or $1.5 billion) in a 5G wireless network that will be 1,000 times faster than current 4G technology and will let users download full length movies in under a second, Agence …

Wireless Technology Evolution

The evolution of the G

August 31st, 2013

Wireless carriers are still in the process of transitioning from 3G to 4G (and from fake 4G to 4G), but chatter surrounding the eventual transition to 5G is already starting to pop up. Wonderful. Before we get ahead of ourselves and before carriers start arguing over what 5G is and is not, CommScope recently put …