Tag: wireless

Technology predictions for 2019

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

We’re hours away from the kickoff of the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, where the biggest companies will unveil their vision for the future, but we already have a good idea of where things are going.

A look at Google Fi as the template for future smartphone carriers

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
The Google Fi features that make sense for other carriers to emulate include the secure use of trusted Wi-Fi networks to augment calls and data usage. Not only does this decongest 4G-LTE cellular networks, but it also gives users access to faster data without using up their cellular data.

More Choices in the True Wireless Earbuds Market

By Christine Persaud
Headphones have evolved from earcups attached to a headband, to earbuds with thin wires, to buds attached to bands that sit around your neck or behind your head. Now, the worlds of earpiece headsets and earbuds have collided to create a new category of headphone, called “true wireless” earbuds.

CRTC fumbles MVNO decision, gives carriers the ball

By Ted Kritsonis

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission’s (CRTC) decision to slam the door on Wi-Fi-first wireless resellers — for the second time — shows how out of step the whole wireless industry is in Canada.