By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 7/19/2019
Tests show that hot days can cause the Samsung S10 5G phone to drop from a 5G connection to a 4G signal from overheating.
By Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 7/19/2019
In social media advertising for 5G, AT&T is targeting older Americans while Verizon is targeting mostly men.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 7/19/2019
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: CityFibre takes fiber gig into 14 more cities; Millicom boosted by M&A; Hungary kicks off 5G auction process; Qualcomm fined.
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By Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 7/19/2019
5G operators are keen to see consumer electronics companies install 5G capabilities into all kinds of devices. However, analysts are divided about whether that will actually happen.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 7/19/2019
UK politicians say the country's next prime minister will have to make a quick decision about Huawei and that restrictions would have an impact on security.
By Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 7/18/2019
The NTIA is still testing spectrum sharing in the 3.5GHz CBRS band. Such testing has delayed commercial operations in the band for almost a year.
By Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 7/18/2019
T-Mobile and its parent company are worried that a cable company like Charter or Comcast might acquire Dish in order to gain MVNO access into T-Mobile's network.
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By Phil Harvey, US Bureau Chief, 7/18/2019
This mini episode of the Light Reading podcast features Ray Le Maistre and Dario Talmesio discussing the big trends shaping the 5G market worldwide, now that so many major operators have launched 5G services.
By Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 7/17/2019
Bill Baker, CEO of AMG Technology Investment Group's NextLink, is getting ready to put millions from the FCC's Connect America Fund to use covering rural America with fixed wireless. He may soon bid for billions more.
By Mitch Wagner, Executive Editor, Light Reading, 7/17/2019
In an 'extensive, multiyear alliance,' AT&T is moving its non-network applications to Microsoft Azure and its employees to Microsoft 365, while Microsoft gets access to AT&T's network for emerging 5G, AI and edge applications.
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