Triggers radar altimeter performance
America's aircraft-regulating Federal Aviation Administration has warned that 5G interferes with radar altimeters (radio altimeters) and has issued an "Airworthiness Directive" concerning the rollout of 5G cellular phone service in 46 major metropolitan areas of the US."
Less available than COVID-19, report claims
US mobile phone companies have taken to making up figures about their 5G coverage according to new data released by OpenSignal.
Google's Pixel 6 phone will be powered by a Tensor processor which PCMag UK believes is "clearly designed to accelerate machine learning and AI".
Two new chipsets
MediaTek has released two new chipsets which could be instrumental in bringing 5G to the midrange.
On all ranges
The fruity cargo cult Apple will have finally got all its gear working on 5G by next year.
Cortex-X1 almost hits 3GHz
Qualcomm has kicked off the first day of Mobile World Congress with its higher-clocked Snapdragon 888+ 5G SoC, which is pretty much identical as the Snapdragon 888 but with a higher clocked Cortex-X1 core.
Compute and coms side by side
Intel CEO Kicking Pat Gelsinger and Qualcomm CEO-elect Cristiano Amon are locked in meetings to see if there are areas they can work together.
Qualcomm remains committed to helping Europe
A week ago, Alex Rogers, executive vice president and president of Qualcomm Technology Licensing (QTL), was one of the keynote speakers at the Beyond the Mobile Phone virtual conference.
Delayed by pandemic
Canada is to start the auction of the mobile telecommunications bandwidth necessary for 5G rollout, one that was delayed more than a year by the pandemic.
Would have been better if it had not been for that pesky Samsung
Sweden's Ericsson reported first-quarter core earnings above market estimates as strong 5G equipment sales offset a loss of royalty income due to a patent fight with Samsung Electronics.