Norway’s telecomm company Telenor has recently tested new 5G mobile network that will be up to 100 times faster than today’s network and is expected to be launched commercially in 2020.
Smart Communications and Globe Telecom have consecutively launched call promos to all networks reportedly borne from lowered voice interconnection rates.
Smart Communications, Inc. will expand its 4G LTE coverage this year to 785 municipalities to meet half of its three-year target commitment to the National Telecommunications Commission.
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The British government said Sunday that its security services must have access to encrypted messaging applications such as WhatsApp, as it revealed that the service was used by the man behind the parliament attack.
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An ultra-sensitive camera that can locate single photons, by firing laser pulses on the ground and imaging return signals at the speed of light, can locate hidden people or objects in real time.
A New Zealand police video of cops performing the latest “running man” Internet craze has gone viral, attracting millions of hits and prompting a response in kind from the New York Police Department.
An Ohio man paralyzed in an accident while diving in waves can now pick up a bottle or play the video game Guitar Hero thanks to a small computer chip in his brain.
Let’s go back in time when floppy disks, DOS, Wordstar, and CRT monitors ruled the computer world.
Researchers at Harvard are developing the next generation of windows that utilize nanotechnology to transition between clear and cloudy with the flip of a switch.
An amputee is able to feel rough or smooth textures in real-time using an artificial fingertip connected to nerves in his upper arm.
Scientists in Singapore introduce ”Nadine,” a humanoid robot, who can think, feel and even recognize people.
A Singaporean company has launched a device which fully automates drone services, potentially allowing UAVs to operate for months without human intervention.
By incorporating sensors and electronics into a gel-like stretchable material that mimics human tissue, researchers hope to develop new biomedical tools to monitor and heal the body.
A new battery made in Chile could allow households to take themselves off the power grid and store excess energy.
2016 will be a breakthrough year for virtual reality, as the technology starts evolving past a gaming platform towards a new tool to experience live content, according to experts.
A hi-tech collar which claims to measure the mood of your dog and cat is unveiled at an expo of wearable devices in Tokyo.
Software company hopes to bring social interaction to the growing virtual reality industry.
Toy makers Sphero hope to cash in on the Star Wars buzz with a wearable device that enables users to use ‘The Force’ to control a robot.
The humble paper airplane has been converted into a live streaming drone that can be controlled with a virtual reality headset.
The Ehang 184, the world’s first passenger drone.