UK 5G could be delayed over security worries

The UK’s 5G rollout could be delayed following new warnings from the Culture Secretary. Politicians and the mobile industry have been waiting months for a final decision on whether Huawei will be allowed to supply operators with 5G radio equipment, leading to uncertainty. Any ban, the operators argue, would increase …

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How Intel’s Project Athena will shape the future of laptops

Intel is envisioning a bold new future for laptops with its Project Athena initiative, which the company first announced at CES 2019. Project Athena will see Intel offer guidance to equipment and PC component manufacturers to create future laptops that are smarter, faster (thanks to 5G) and more power efficient …

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Virtual reality: the safest bet business can make today

The VR  and AR market is one of the most revolutionary tech that is going to expand from $6.1 Billion in 2016 to $192.7 Billion by 2022. Of course, there is a hidden potential that only a few are realizing and if experts are true, it is going to reshape …

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After 9 months, Android 9 Pie is only on 10% of Android phones

With each new version of Android, Google brings new and useful features to its phone operating system, but it seems no-one feels pressured to update their phones judging by new distribution stats released by Google. According to the figures, the nine-month-old Android 9 Pie, Google’s latest operating system, is only …

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BT increases fibre target and promises imminent EE 5G launch

BT has increased its fibre deployment targets and says EE is on track to launch 5G “imminently” in 16 UK cities. So far, Openreach has connected 1.2 million premises with fibre to the premise (FTTP) technology with a view to reaching three million by 2020 and 10 million by the …

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