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Lost your car keys? NXP’s Ultra-Wideband technology might be able to help

Ultra-Wideband is a radio technology that can use a very low energy level for short-range, high-bandwidth communications NXP Semiconductors announced that its Trimension Ultra-Wideband (UWB) platform now combines UWB and Bluetooth Low Energy solutions to deliver spatial awareness to the new Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+, making...

Well, technically… telecom customers want a personalized experience: Verizon’s Krista Bourne (Ep. 27)

This week, Well, technically… caught up with Verizon's SVP of Sales and Operations Krista Bourne for an update on how the carrier and its employees are faring in the continued work from home environment. We also discuss consumer excitement and confusion are around 5G....

Vodafone Germany to introduce 5G mixed reality glasses in Germany, Spain

Germany and Spain are set to receive the Nreal Light mixed reality glasses in spring of 2021 Vodafone Germany announced plans to introduce the Nreal Light glasses for augmented and mixed reality (AR/MR) over its 5G network, beginning with Germany and Spain in spring 2021....

5G still a boring mystery to majority of consumers: Report

According to a survey, 65.7% of consumers aren't very excited about 5G Now that Sprint and T-Mobile have officially merged into the “New T-Mobile,” cellular signal booster provider Waveform wanted to explore the ramifications of such a major overhaul in the U.S. telecoms industry, as...

Are consumers willing to pay (more) for 5G?

Two recent studies highlighted consumers' willingness to pay a premium for 5G service, but devices, and whether 5G actually provides a new kind of customer experience, could prove to be sticking points. Matrixx Software recently surveyed more than 4,000 mobile users in both the U.S....

Mobile health industry soaring: consumer data selling

From health applications to wearables and websites, there's no question that mobile health is a surging industry. According to a report by research2guidance, mHealth is a $2.6 billion industry and is expected to reach $17 billion by 2017. There are currently more than 100,000 health...

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