A California startup is looking to create a new category of device—essentially a smaller and more portable version of a standard smartphone.
Don’t be surprised if Semtech extends its reach beyond the Alibaba Cloud deal it announced earlier this month.
The Ultra Wide Band Alliance holds “grave concerns” about the proposed power levels and impact of using the entire 6 GHz band for new unlicensed uses.
At its next open meeting on Oct. 23, the FCC will consider a notice of proposed rulemaking to allow new unlicensed uses in the 6 GHz band.
IEEE has established the 802.11 Extremely High Throughput Study Group to look at new features for bands between 1 and 7.125 GHz.
Verizon Wireless will remain the exclusive carrier for Google’s new Pixels, which were unveiled at a media event in New York today.
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Between its cellular vehicle-to-everything work in China and elsewhere, Qualcomm is ever hopeful its favored technology will prevail.
AT&T isn’t revealing specifics on when it will use low-band spectrum for its 5G deployment but confirmed plans to start deploying it next year.