According to new guidelines released by the International Telcommunication Union (ITU), a single 5G cell must have a download capacity of no fewer than 20Gbps. For comparison, the peak rate for today's LTE cells stands at about 1Gbps.
BlackBerry's next smartphone is the KeyOne -- a promising Android phone targeted toward people who prefer physical keyboards, as well as BlackBerry's suite of secure apps. It's not in the flagship tier anymore, as it's priced at $550.
Ferrofluids can do amazing things on YouTube -- gracefully bending into all sorts of structures -- but what exactly are they? Hit the jump to find out how the mysterious liquids work, and how you can get some for yourself.
Smartphone video is typically difficult to stabilize, but Imint's Vidhance software suite does it automatically -- and in real time. It's already in the Huawei Mate 9, and it'll come to more phones this year.
From real-world drama Deepwater Horizon to sci-fi saga Rogue One, we take a deep dive into the movie magic that made this year's nominees for Academy Awards in the visual effects category so memorable.
You never know when your Android device might meet its unexpected demise, which is why you should always back up your device in advance. Here's how to do so using a variety of methods, including first and third-party software.
The 89th Academy Awards are this weekend, and if you want to throw together a last-minute party, we have some tech ideas to help out. From keeping your champagne chilled to filling out your ballot, we have you covered.
The future is coming fast for the United Kingdom. According to the latest reports, Samsung and telecommunications firm Arqiva will be debuting 5G mobile internet to the U.K. in the second half of this year.
Google filed a lawsuit Thursday against Uber alleging that Otto — a startup purchased by Uber last year — stole confidential information related to autonomous-car technology. Google claims Uber is in possession of 14,000 stolen files.