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.
Sure, sure… depression, envy and social anxieties are often associated with the explosion in the amount of time we spend with our noses permanently positioned inches away from any number of devices. But a new study from GSMA says the opposite is true.
Lets just file this one under NOTHING MATTERS ANYMORE. This week, Verizon casually announced its decided to start SIM-locking its phones because “security,” despite the fact the carrier expressly agreed not to do it a decade ago. Why? Because who’s going to do anything about it? Verizon’s former lawyer Ajit Pai and the FCC? Fat chance.