Sprint is preparing six cities for 5G with Massive MIMO antennas

A precursor to 5G is coming to Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, and Washington, DC Sprint is as yet planning to launch a 5G network in 2019, and the carrier is pushing toward building a next-generation network by announcing the first six cities where it intends to roll out Massive MIMO antenna technology: Atlanta, […]

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Intel did not inform US before chip flaws were made public

Computer-chip-maker Intel did not inform US cyber-security officials about the Spectre and Meltdown security flaws before details leaked to the press, it has been revealed. Letters sent by seven technology companies to US senators uncover that US authorities found out about the flaws only through the media. Details were first leaked to technology news site […]

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The first Android Go phones will be announced this week at Mobile World Congress

Designed for phones with as little as 512MB or 1GB of RAM Android Go is Google’s latest attempt to build a version of Android particularly intended for low-end phones, and the organization has declared that we’ll begin to see the first devices running the slimmed-down OS at Mobile World Congress. Android Go was first announced […]

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Intel partners with Microsoft, Dell, HP, and Lenovo to make 5G laptops

By the end of next year, you might be able to purchase a laptop that accompanies a 5G cellular connection. In any event that is the thing that Intel says will happen, on account of a cooperation with Microsoft, Dell, HP, and Lenovo. Those four companies are supposed to move in the direction of making […]

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Intel rolls out Spectre updates for 7th and 8th-gen Core chips

Intel is attempting to patch Spectre again with the rollout of patches for Kaby Lake-, Coffee Lake-, and Skylake-based platforms. The updates will cover the organization’s sixth, seventh, and eighth-generation Intel Core product lines, and also the X-series processor family. The Xeon Scalable and Intel Xeon D processors for data center systems will likewise be […]

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