Rose Behar

Rose Behar

Former Digital Trends Contributor

Rose is a contributor at Digital Trends, with a focus on Android. Her work also appears on Android Police and MobileSyrup. In the past, she has written about startups, and worked in the telecom industry. Her passions include narrative games and wireless technology.

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5G is the swift kick VR and AR gaming needs to come to fruition

There's a lot of hype surrounding augmented reality and virtual reality, but is it really the next big thing? We take a look at where the new mediums stand, as well as how 5G is poised to help them break into the mainstream.
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Is the 5G spectrum harmful to our health? Experts say, 'Don't freak out'

There's plenty of consumer anxiety about radiofrequency (RF) radiation, specifically around millimeter waves (mmWave) used on 5G networks, but is it based in reality? We asked the FDA to give us its official view on the subject.
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5G’s promises are real, but like 4G LTE the full rollout will take time

5G is an improvement on 4G LTE, but transitionary periods are never easy — especially when unreasonable marketing hype creates misconceptions. We take a look at how the 5G rollout compares to the 4G LTE one.
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5G Android vs. 4G LTE iPhone: Which is the better choice in 2019?

While Android manufacturers release the first 5G handsets in 2019, Apple is expected to hold out for 2020. Should you nab an Android phone this year and take advantage of the latest in wireless technology, or stay in the Apple ecosystem? We…
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5G phones make a lot of promises. Here’s what to really expect

There has been a lot of marketing copy expounding the potential benefits of 5G networks, but a lot less on the practical implications of 5G smartphones. There's a reason for that.
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Millimeter wave to low-band: The different types of 5G and how they work

What's the difference between millimeter wave 5G and low band 5G? In this explainer, we look at 5G on different spectrum ranges and identify what is arguably the largest single innovation behind the fifth generation of wireless technology.