Here’s a simple ask of the technology community: hire more women and pay them the same as the dudes. That’s it. It’s good for business and it’s the right thing to do. It also happens to be feminist AF.
Cricket Wireless, with its no-contract, low-priced, prepaid plans, has apparently become synonymous on social media with being broke. And while that seems like a pretty harsh read on folks who want a good wireless deal, there have been some fairly hilarious Twitter owns of folks caught out with Cricket.
T-Mobile is coming hard with 5G. At this year’s Mobile World Congress, T-Mobile’s CTO Neville Ray announced plans to roll out 5G networks across 30 cities this year, a much more ambitious schedule than the competition. What followed was a predictable chest-beating torrent of trash talk from the Un-carrier.
Following a 2019 mission, the moon might actually have better cell coverage than many neighborhoods right here on Earth. Fifty years after Neil Armstrong took that one “small step for man,” a group of scientists will lead a mission to stand up a lunar 4G network to live stream HD video from the moon’s surface.
While we never shy away from poking fun at some of the industry’s kookier ideas (looking at you, talking toilet) at this year’s Mobile World Congress our eagle-eyed correspondent spotted this little breakthrough, the smart diaper. While our first reaction was skepticism, after getting a bit more information about the Opro9 Smart Diaper, it’s pretty clear this gadget solves some actual real-world problems. Color us here for it.
It was 2004 and in my pocket buzzed and chimed my beloved pink flip phone with the first ringtone I ever purchased after market, “Milkshake” by Kelis. It was a simpler time, yes, and a time when the cell phone was a whole lot more fun.
It’s no secret that the major topic of convo up and down the halls of this year’s Mobile World Congress is 5G. All day, every day. And there’s really only one question: When? When can it be rolled out to consumers? When will it start solving traffic troubles? When can carriers start realizing profits?
At the end of 2017 AT&T announced it would bring 5G service to more than a dozen American cities in 2018, without many details about which cities would be the lucky few with early high speed, wireless internet. Now, the first three cities have been announced and they just might surprise you.
If you thought cryptocurrency might not be totally legit, trusted financial adviser Steven Seagal is here to put those fears to rest.