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T-Mobile first to 5G in all 50 states

Carrier’s new partnership with GCI helps bring 5G to Alaska. Wireless carrier T-Mobile recently announced it has made 5G available in Alaska through its partnership...

T-Mobile’s Connecting Heroes program offers free 5G for first responders

T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert recently announced the launch of, “Connecting Heroes”, a 10-year commitment to providing free service and 5G access to first responder...

Think you have 5G? Think again

5Ge is not 5G and AT&T will stop using it in ads AT&T will stop using “5G Evolution” and “5G Evolution, The First Step to...

AT&T CEO Stephenson announces retirement

Nation’s second-largest wireless carrier names company President and COO Stankey as replacement. Last week, wireless carrier AT&T announced its 5G network is now live for...

Older Sprint phones don’t work on T-Mobile 5G network—yet

T-Mobile and Sprint’s recent merger has brought mostly good news to the carriers, but it would not be surprising if they encountered some hiccups...

Address the Challenges of 5G Network Deployment

5G is finally becoming a reality, and network designers are facing greater challenges than ever before as they consider how their networks will be...

Breaking: Exec says Bye to Connectivity, Headed to DISH

Connectivity Wireless CEO Stephen Bye, who was featured in a recent issue of Connected Real Estate Magazine is leaving to assume the Chief Commercial...

Testing Verizon’s 5G Network- Spotty at Best

Wireless carrier Verizon has been deploying its 5G networks to select areas of various cities across the United States. Verizon recently added...

The First REAL 5G Network is…. from Sprint?

Sprint recently turned on its 5G service for the first time in four U.S. markets—Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and Kansas City. The carrier expects...

The Battle is Over and Qualcomm Won…Or Did Apple?

Apple and Qualcomm recently ended all of the litigation between the two companies around the world and created a new license agreement, The Wall...
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Google to let employees WFH until July 2021

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Despite an initial drop, what is the long term trend for office space? Real estate research company Green Street Advisors’ recent report forecasted that office...

Now’s the time for CRE to embrace—and leverage—technology

The Connected Real Estate Virtual Tech Event concluded last week with the CRE Roundtable discussion featuring a panel of commercial real estate industry leaders....