T-Mobile has been making headlines for its industry-leading 5G network, but how does its 5G Home Internet offering stack up?
Ericsson reported its third-quarter results, beating expectations despite taking a hit in China.
A new report by Accedian says that 76% of manufacturers will be using private 5G networks by 2024.
Coinbase is calling on the US government to establish a new regulator for the crypto and digital assets market.
Blue Origin’s record-breaking flight was a resounding success as the crew, including William Shatner, have returned to Earth.
Following China’s crackdown on bitcoin mining, the US now leads the world in bitcoin mining.
Bitcoin may be one of the hottest things in the tech and finance industries, but JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is not a fan, calling it “worthless.”
Verizon has expanded its 5G Home Internet solution, providing the service in 60 cities across the US.
TSMC and Sony may team up on a new semiconductor factory in Japan, in an effort to hep ease the semiconductor shortage.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is auctioning off a new round of mid-band spectrum for 5G.
AMC Theatres has announced it will start accepting Dogecoin, alongside Bitcoin, by the end of the year.
The Department of Justice has announced the formation of a team dedicated to cryptocurrency enforcement.
T-Mobile is making its 5G Home Internet even better, lowering the price from $60 a month to $50.
Brazil is poised to follow in El Salvador’s footsteps and adopt bitcoin as a legal currency.
In one of the biggest endorsements of cryptocurrency, Bank of America has initiated coverage of Bitcoin, driving its price past $50,000.
New Zealand is exploring the possibility of launching its own digital currency, the latest indication of how much such currencies are transforming the market.
The UK is betting on lasers for drone defense, investing $100 million in the technology.
Zurich-based ABB has solved the biggest issue with electric vehicles, unveiling a system that can charge any EV to full capacity in 15 minutes.
LF Energy, a Linux Foundation nonprofit, announced that Microsoft is joining its efforts to decarbonize the grid.