There's been so much talk lately about 5G technology that's on the way. And for good reason. Compared to 4G, 5G is 20 times faster.
The 5G revolution is also aimed at delivering virtual-reality experiences and bringing more devices online, from sensors and robots to cars and smart-home gadgets. The next generation of wireless tech is handing out some big promises, so in this Komando on Demand podcast, you'll learn what you need to know about the coming of 5G.
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The future may get here faster than we think, as the world races toward 5G wireless technology. 5G will be faster, revolutionary and could even fight terrorism?
This is much more than a just an upgrade; it could allow for driverless cars and smart cities. It will be unlike anything the world has seen before. Will this breakthrough come at a cost to your health, increasing the risk of disease and disorders?
In this Komando on Demand podcast, Kim looks at why 5G is both astonishing and dangerous.
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