THERE is no doubt that 5G is the future. Expect faster and better mobile broadband. 5G represents the next evolution in mobile technology.With mobile data usage by consumers and businesses up 40 per cent on last year, the need and the want for data and speed are both there and it will be mobile network operators most likely to form the vanguard to quench this thirst. Almost every aspect of modern life is undertaken on the move via handsets of varying sizes, whether engaging with friends over social media on a mobile or undertaking a conference call with colleagues on a tablet.The scope and potential for 5G usage is huge, as it promises speeds of 10-20gbps. This will offer exciting new capabilities across sectors such as manufacturing, transport and healthcare that can only be realised through innovation and invention. With more data being able to be transferred quicker between devices, 5G will enhance the future capabilities of drone, environmental, retail and logistics … [Read more...] about 5G is on the money
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autos Updated 19th October 2017 Credit: How Chinese start-ups are disrupting the electric supercar market Written by John McIlroy, CNN John McIlroy is Deputy Editor of Auto Express and Carbuyer. It's not often that a start-up can claim to be a world-beater from the off. But that's precisely what's happening in the auto industry, where Chinese unknown NextEV has launched what it claims is the world's fastest electric car. Pure-electric cars have been around for decades but only in the past five years or so have the mainstream manufacturers really started to take them seriously -- prompted by tightening rules over when and where conventionally powered vehicles can be driven, and battery technology that has made them more usable in the real world. NextEV's NIO EP9Credit: Chris Welch/CNN As such, there have already been a few upstarts, most notably Elon Musk's Tesla, which confounded the giant car brands by launching precisely the vehicle they said was impossible … [Read more...] about Is China’s electric NextEV faster than Tesla?