5G Hysteria: Is the Trump Admin Planning a Nationalized Network?

Amid conflicting statements and reports, we break down the leaked proposal and the significant tech challenges associated with building a nationwide 5G network.

Qualcomm’s RF Wins Bode Well for T-Mobile Customers

Qualcomm's RF front ends will go into Google, HTC, LG, Samsung, and Sony phones, making them more easily able to support T-Mobile's new Band 71.

This Is What it Takes to Measure the Internet

A USC lab has been keeping tabs on internet connectivity since its inception, work that is now crucial in an age of cyber attacks and crippling storms. We stopped by for a visit.

ISP: Infringe Copyrights, Lose Remote Access to Your Thermostat

Armstrong Zoom Internet is taking a new approach to its "don't download illegal things" warnings by noting that users may lose the ability to adjust their thermostats from afar if they're caught.

Exclusive: Pixel 2, Galaxy Note 8 Beat iPhone on LTE

In an apples-to-Apples comparison of modem performance, the top Android phones easily beat the latest iPhone.

T-Mobile Goes After Cable, Will Launch TV Service in 2018

Details are scant, but T-Mobile next year will introduce a service that will compete with the likes of Sling TV, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Now.

Reddit, Kickstarter Join Net Neutrality Protests, Rally Users

Bigger sites such as Google were quiet during Tuesday's "Break the internet" protest to oppose the upcoming FCC action to end the net neutrality protections.

The Best Wireless Routers of 2018

Keep all of your gadgets cruising along with a top-notch Wi-Fi router. Here's what you need to know to optimize your wireless network, along with our highest-rated recently reviewed routers for all budgets.

Qualcomm: First 5G Phones Won’t Be Battery Hogs

Qualcomm says that the first 5G phones won't have the horrid battery life we saw with early 4G phones, which is great news.

The Future of IoT Depends on ‘Software Defined Radio’

To help us unpick the future of smart radio, PCMag met up with Professor Linda Doyle, Professor of Engineering and The Arts in Trinity College Dublin


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