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5G Is Coming to Mid-Priced Smartphones Faster Than You Might Think

The world's top chip-maker Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (Qualcomm) has unveiled plans to boost profits and bring 5G to the masses. They are developing chipsets...

CRE leaders get ready Verizon unleashes 5G network in Chicago and Minneapolis

Commercial real estate owners get ready, 5G is here. Verizon has turned on the 5G switch in Chicago and Minnesota, yesterday catching many by...

Samsung, Huawei unveil foldable phones

Both Samsung Electronics and China’s Huawei Technologies Co. have delivered a new twist on a familiar product—foldable screen smartphones—within days of one another.    Samsung unveiled...

Survey shows people see benefits of location-tracking apps

A strong case has been made for why commercial real estate owners need to have strong wireless networks in their buildings—tenants today demand reliable...

Why CRE owners should have tech support handy when implementing new technology

Hilton is one of a number of hotels following a new trend of letting guests use their smartphone as their room key, writes RCR...

A constellation of satellites connecting everyone, everything, everywhere

Could OneWeb’s plan to connect the world solve in-building cellular and Wi-Fi needs? OneWeb Founder and Chairman Greg Wyler has a vision: A constellation...

Sprint, T-Mobile End Merger Talks

T-Mobile and Sprint have claimed a bigger piece of the United States wireless market the last few years by offering lower prices than competitors...

Sprint, T-Mobile hit brakes on merger again, BTIG believes latter has no reason to rush in

Every time it appears that the long-discussed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint is going to be official, another bump in the road shows up. The...
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Huawei’s loss could be Samsung’s gain in 5G market

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Wearable devices may soon be able to detect COVID-19

Commercial real estate owners and businesses are taking crucial measures to ensure their properties are safe for tenants, visitors and customers when they return...

Survey: network connections major concern for cybersecurity pros

Reliable in-building wireless networks have become a major selling point for commercial real estate owners when they try to lease space to prospective tenants....

Google to let employees WFH until July 2021

Tech giant Google recently announced it will allow almost all of its 200,000 employees work from home through June of next year, according to...

Why do smart building projects stall and how they can succeed

There is a common and recurring challenge amongst commercial real estate developers. To ensure their project does not result in delivering an obsolete...

What happens if working from home gets old?

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....