“What Do I Have to Know About 5G?”

In a nutshell? A lot!

The growing Internet of Things (IoT), consisting of interconnected digital everyday objects, demands a more advanced wireless internet connectivity. Journalist Jamie Hinks helps you envision the speed, bandwidth and indestructibility of the mobile internet of the near future by running through the features of 5G, the next-generation mobile telecommunications standard, in easily comprehensible language.

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5 Things You Should Know About 5G

Gain a few insights into the connected world of tomorrow to get you excited about 5G in 2020.

Jamie Hinks Techradar

So where are we in the process of development? And what comes next?

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The Road to 5G Networks

The fifth generation of wireless networks (5G) will be both evolutionary and revolutionary.

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But as with everything that deals with digital transformation, the technology part is only half the truth. In this episode of The New York Times podcast The Daily, host Michael Barbaro and the paper’s national security correspondent David Sanger explain 5G’s possible impact on world politics.

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Why Controlling 5G Could Mean Controlling the World

Will 5G change the world order?

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