AT&T 5G Wireless Trial Handles Streaming 4K HD Video, Camera Feeds

AT&T 5G Wireless Trial Handles Streaming 4K HD Video, Camera Feeds

By | March 17th, 2017
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AT&T’s first business customer trial of 5G wireless technology, the

U.S. Supreme Court’s reduction of the restitution it required Samsung to

pay Apple, Microsoft’s second attempt at social AI chatbots and

Google’s launch of its Trusted Contacts mobile application.


														
							

Fifth Generation or 5G technology is a way off from broad deployment, but AT&T is laying claim to what it believes is the first U.S. business customer trial in Austin, Texas.

In collaboration with Ericsson and Intel, the carrier announced on Dec. 5 its first public 5G demonstration featuring streaming 4K HD video, real-time camera feeds and speeds of almost 14 gigabytes per second.

The court maintained that the South Korean IT products giant does not have to return all the profits earned from its phones that were found to infringe upon Apple’s copyrighted design of the iPhone.

Unlike Tay, Microsoft appears to be taking a more cautious approach to launching this chatbot. Whereas Tay was set loose on Twitter, Snapchat, GroupMe and Kik in the U.S., Zo is currently only available on Kik, a bot-friendly chat platform.

It’s currently available to Android users who can download it from Google Play Store. Google will release an iOS version of the app as well, but has not said when it plans to do so.

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Nisheeth Bhakuni