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What is 5G technology? ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿป5G technology is the next generation in mobile networks. Like 3G and 4G before it, 5G is expected to be better and more powerful than what weโ€™re used to. The new technology will use higher frequencies than the likes of 4G, offering more speed and higher bandwidth. ๐Ÿ‘‰๐ŸปIf all goes well, 5G could potentially spell the end of Wi-Fi, particularly in public places, as the network will be strong enough to facilitate all the mobile internet browsing you could possibly want, from watching shows on Netflix to being able to scroll Instagram without interference. ๐Ÿ‘‰๐ŸปAs well, because the network will have a bigger capacity than 4G, it means that thousands of devices in a small area can be connected at the same time. The other benefits 5G will bring๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿป With all these powerful internet connections around, itโ€™s likely there will be even more internet of things (IoT) devices taking advantage of this. Driverless cars is one area where we could really see the benefit of better internet. According to the World Economic Forum: โ€œBy making driving, mapping and video data available in real-time, 5G will extend the ability of vehicles to perceive their environment beyond line of site, though robust vehicle to vehicle and vehicle to infrastructure connectivity to coordinate to improve traffic safety, efficiency, and flow.โ€ ๐Ÿ‘‰๐ŸปFurthermore, 5G could even power things such as drones being used to deliver medical supplies. ๐Ÿ‘‰๐ŸปBT said 5G speeds can help with "advanced disaster recovery services using drones, such as delivery of equipment, medicine, food, water and blood." ๐Ÿ‘‰๐ŸปThere are also some more general things 5G will improve in our day-to-day lives. According to O2โ€™s smart cities report, 5G could save households up to ยฃ450 a year on bills ranging from energy to food and council. Things like smart fridges will reduce food bills, a 5G-enabled smart grid will cut down on your energy bills, and if councils take advantage of smart refuse collection, the costs saved here could be passed on to homes.
The Week UK
London, United Kingdom ยท 1 day ago
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Sunday 12 Jul 2020
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Facebook is testing a dark mode in its mobile app - Engadget
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The Week UK
London, United Kingdom ยท 21 hours ago
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Monday 13 Jul 2020
Workers to self-isolate after 73 cases found at farm Around 200 workers have been told to self-isolate after 73 cases of Covid-19 were confirmed at a farm in Herefordshire. โ€œTargeted actionโ€ is being taken against more than 100 local outbreaks of coronavirus every week, says Matt Hancock. Writing in the Daily Telegraph, the health secretary said increased testing meant officials could now be โ€œtargetedโ€ in their response. Coronavirus immunity may be lost within months Covid-19 survivors may lose their immunity to the virus within months, according to new research. Scientists who analysed the immune response of more than 90 patients and healthcare workers at Guyโ€™s and St Thomasโ€™ NHS foundation trust found that while 60% of people had a โ€œpotentโ€ antibody response at the height of their battle with the virus, only 17% retained it three months later. First federal execution in the US for 17 years due today The first federal execution in the US for more than 17 years is set to go ahead in Indiana today. The execution of Daniel Lewis Lee was blocked by a federal judge after relatives of the victims sought a delay, saying they feared attending in person could expose them to coronavirus. However, the appeal court ruled that no federal statute or regulation gave the victims the right to attend the execution. Exit polls show slim lead for Polandโ€™s Andrzej Duda Polandโ€™s incumbent president holds a slim lead after Sundayโ€™s presidential election, according to three exit polls. A final exit poll on Monday suggested that Andrzej Duda took 51% of the vote. Duda had fought against the socially liberal Warsaw mayor, Rafal Trzaskowski. The BBC says the vote has been widely seen as a battle for the countryโ€™s future as well as its strained relations with the European Union. Bollywood hit by coronavirus as stars hospitalised The film industry in India has been hit by Covid-19 after several of Bollywoodโ€™s biggest stars were sent to hospital after testing positive for the virus. Amitabh Bachchan was in a โ€œstableโ€ condition in the isolation unit at Nanavati Hospital, and actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan also entered hospital. Bachchan has made more than 180 films in a career spanning five decades. Government to warn Brits about post-Brexit travel costs The government is launching an information campaign with guidance about passports, travel insurance, mobile phone charges and travelling with pets after Brexit. The campaign - The UKโ€™s new start: letโ€™s get going - is aimed at raising awareness of higher costs, with travel insurance premiums expected to rise as eligibility for free healthcare in EU countries ends. The public will be told to check for mobile phone roaming charges in the EU. Iran report says human error led to Ukrainian jet being downed An official report has concluded that Iranian soldiers shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet because they forgot to calibrate their radar systems and mistakenly identified the aircraft as a threat. The Civil Aviation Organisation in Tehran said that the โ€œhuman errorโ€ led to the accidental attack on the airliner in January, killing all 176 passengers and crew. Councils to cut costs after losing income from investments Local councils in England are set to shed thousands of jobs and cut services due to lost income from multibillion-pound holdings in office blocks, retail parks, airports and cinemas during the coronavirus pandemic. Local authorities had made an investment spree over the past four years as part of an effort to find alternative incomes and protect local services after deep austerity cuts by Conservative governments. John Lewis expected to reject Sunakโ€™s bonus payment John Lewis is expected to reject a bonus funded by the taxpayer that could be worth ยฃ14 million. Its decision, which follows in the footsteps of Primark, could put pressure on other big employers to follow suit. Last week, Rishi Sunak said that the state would give companies ยฃ1,000 for every worker they brought back from furlough, provided they work for at least three months. Questions over Dominic Cummings' payment to AI firm A private firm owned and run by Dominic Cummings paid more than ยฃ250,000 to the artificial intelligence firm that worked on the Vote Leave campaign. The Downing Street adviser has refused to explain the reason for the payments to Faculty. Last week it was revealed that the Cabinet Office awarded an ยฃ840,000 contract to a company owned by a friend of Cummings.
Techcrunch
San Francisco, United States ยท 2 weeks ago
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The Week UK
London, United Kingdom ยท 1 day ago
Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Sunday 12 Jul 2020
Sunak plans post-Brexit and post-Covid โ€˜revolutionโ€™ Rishi Sunak is planning tax cuts to save the economy, claims the Sunday Telegraph. Levies and red tape will be waved in towns and cities across the country next year, as the government plans a โ€œpost-Brexit and post-coronavirus economic revolutionโ€. The chancellor will introduce tax cuts and an shake-up of planning laws in up to 10 new โ€œfreeportsโ€. Relatives of coronavirus victims march on Downing Street Grieving relatives of coronavirus victims have marched on Downing Street and told Boris Johnson: โ€œYou canโ€™t keep running from us.โ€ More than 150,000 people have backed a petition by the Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice UK group calling for an immediate inquiry into the governmentโ€™s handling of the pandemic. The families accuse the prime minister and Matt Hancock of ignoring them. Donald Trump wears a mask in public for the first time Donald Trump has worn a mask in public for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. The US president โ€“ who has previously insisted that he would not wear a mask - was visiting the Walter Reed military hospital outside Washington. โ€œI've never been against masks but I do believe they have a time and a place,โ€ he said as he left the White House. WHO under fire for not visiting Wuhan laboratory The World Health Organisation inquiry will not visit the Wuhan laboratory that researches coronavirus. The WHO has caused uproar among scientists by indicating that its mission would examine only โ€œthe zoonotic sourceโ€ of the outbreak, a boost for Beijingโ€™s theory that the virus jumped naturally from animals to humans in a market in Wuhan that sells exotic animals for meat. Keir Starmer boosted by results of opinion poll A poll has found that half of UK voters say they have formed a more favourable view of the Labour party since Keir Starmer became its leader in April. Some 52% of voters now say they could imagine Starmer inside No 10. Two weeks ago, another study found more people cited Starmer as their preferred choice as prime minister (37%) than Boris Johnson (35%). Friends say Maxwell โ€˜is no Cruella de Vilโ€™ Ghislaine Maxwell says that her portrayal as a โ€œcartoon caricature of a villainโ€ is false. Friends say that the socialite - due in court next week to be formally charged with procuring girls as young as 14 for Jeffrey Epstein โ€“ โ€œis no Cruella de Vilโ€. The friends have told the Mail on Sunday that Maxwell is not the person who introduced billionaire Epstein to Prince Andrew. Covid-19: Bradford and Kirklees among areas of concern Bradford, Sheffield and Kirklees are among the 20 areas in England most at risk of a coronavirus resurgence. According to a classified document leaked to The Observer, the areas among those to have been identified as needing โ€œenhanced supportโ€. Blackburn, Folkestone and Hythe, and Bolton are also on the list. Officials have ordered the army to deploy extra mobile testing units. Patel says fear of race accusations protect sweatshops Priti Patel claims that โ€œcultural sensitivitiesโ€ have stopped police from dealing illegal sweatshops in Britainโ€™s fast-fashion industry. The home secretary believes that police and other government agencies have turned a blind eye to exploitation in Leicesterโ€™s textile warehouses and factories out of fear of being accused of racism. The Sunday Times found that workers in a Leicester factory were being paid as little as ยฃ3.50 an hour. Madeleine McCann police search three disused wells Portuguese police and firefighters have searched disused wells in their search for the body of missing Madeleine McCann. The operation involved more than a dozen investigators using specialist climbing gear, including harnesses and ropes. An eye-witness said: โ€œThey were around a big well and the firefighters had ropes and other equipment. Later I was told by someone I know that they cleared out a lot of waste from the wells.โ€ Tributes paid to football legend Jack Charlton Tributes have been paid to Jack Charlton, who died on Friday at the age of 85. Former England striker Gary Lineker said Charlton was โ€œa World Cup winner with England, manager of probably the best ever Ireland side and a wonderfully infectious personality to bootโ€. Mick McCarthy said the passing of former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton โ€œwill be felt in Ireland more than anywhere elseโ€.