Topic: augmented reality (AR)
AT&T announced that it will be the “exclusive wireless distributor” of Magic Leap products for consumers in the United States.
With 5G on the cusp of network launches, there's plenty of attention on use cases. Yet a focus on "killer" applications misses the bigger picture.
According to one new report, Qualcomm is heading toward a “period of underperformance” that it may not be able to sidestep.
It's known 5G is going to make AR work better, but Ericsson, Telia and Intel set out to demonstrate just how great AR can work using a 5G connection.
Qualcomm engineers have been improving VR technologies, and the results were demonstrated at Qualcomm’s booth during Mobile World Congress 2018.
Apple sold fewer overall iPhones than many on Wall Street had expected.
Crown Castle continues to conduct trials into edge computing as low latency is going to be driving a lot of the applications of the future.
Verizon announced the opening of a 5G-enabled innovation lab in New York’s Silicon Alley where startups and academics can go to develop new use cases.
We have been wondering what business cases would prompt operators to make 5G network investments.
While some carriers are rushing to deploy fixed-wireless 5G services, Barclays says true mobility will be the key to unlocking revenues through next-generation networks.