Daily Archives: July 1, 2019

Intel announces major 5G IP auction

After announcing that it will exit the 5G modem market back in April, Intel has put its IP related to cellular wireless connectivity up for auction as the chipmaker looks to unload around 8,500 assets from its massive portfolio. Although the company supplied 4G modem chips for Apple’s iPhone for …

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Looking under the hood of the connected car

About the author Dave Shuman is Managing Director of Connected Industries and Smart Cities at Cloudera. He is a recognised IoT expert with 15+ years experience designing and coding applications for OLTP and data warehousing. Extensive background in Apache Hadoop ecosystem, and information lifecycle management. When thinking about a self-driving …

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Databases are migrating to the cloud

The future of the database market is in the cloud according to new research from the global research and advisory firm Gartner which predicts that by 2022, 75 percent of all databases will be deployed or migrated to a cloud platform with just five percent returning to on-premises. Databases used …

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Three: 5G is our "biggest opportunity"

Three has revealed more on its 5G launch plans, unveiling more news about both its new mobile and home broadband services. At a media event in London today, the operator revealed further details on its next-generation offerings, set to launch later this year, as the UK 5G race hots up. …

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Huawei Mate X foldable phone is in ‘final testing’

The foldable Huawei Mate X, which we’ve been told will launch in September at the latest, is now in final testing. TechRadar spoke to Huawei’s President of Europe, Walter Ji, who told us in a response to our question about the Mate X that the handset “is in final testing”, …

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5G smartphone shipments will overtake 4G by 2023

Mobile carriers have finally begun to offer 5G service after years of buildup and there are now several 5G smartphones available for purchase but according to a new report from Canalys, 5G smartphone shipments won’t overtake 4G until 2023. According to the firm’s projections, 1.9bn 5G smartphones will ship in …

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iRobot Roomba 671: should I buy it?

The robotic vacuum has enjoyed somewhat of a boom in recent years, with iRobot leading that charge with its Roomba series of products. The iRobot Roomba 671 is one of the most popular and, being a few years old and with Amazon Prime Day 2019 (spanning July 15 and July …

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