T-Mobile’s president of technology, Neville Ray, details the next steps in the company’s 5G buildout and guesses what a 5G killer app will be.
By Sascha Segan
T-Mobile marked two coverage milestones on June 23, saying it has now covered 150 million people with its mid-band 5G and 300 million with its low-band network.
“300 million people covered is a huge milestone for us,” says Neville Ray, the company’s president of technology. “While our competition still seems to struggle with what they’re going to do with their 5G footprints, even with DSS, we continue on our march.”
The document doesn’t entertain the potential benefits to opening up the iOS ecosystem. Instead, it focuses on several examples of how sideloading could unleash scams and malware on iPhone users.
By Michael Kan
Do you have dreams of sideloading a third-party app onto your iPhone? Apple is here to crush them. On Wednesday, the company released a 16-page document talking up all the privacy and security benefits to Apple’s “walled garden” approach with the iOS App Store.
The document reiterates the company’s long-standing argument that Apple’s walled garden protects iPhone users from all kinds of threats. …
Google’s Chrome browser has a ton of hidden tricks you may not know about. Here are some helpful tips to make you a better Chrome user.
By Jason Cohen
If search engines are our windows to the internet, web browsers are the frames. A good browser should support basic search functions, but the most popular services act as their own operating systems for accessing the web. These days, no browser is more ubiquitous than Google’s Chrome browser, which has about 65% of the market.
While there is still plenty of debate over which web browser is the best, there’s a…
Rounded corners? Centered Start button? Tiny taskbar icons? No, thank you.
I’ve never been one of those PC users who laments change and rejects new desktop operating system features. I’ve cheered Microsoft’s Windows evolution, even finding things to like about the much-maligned Vista and Windows 8, with its tiled interface. But if leaked screenshots are to be believed, Windows 11 may be a no for me.
I don’t care about rounded corners. I don’t want the Start button in the middle of the screen. I like the way the Windows 10 Taskbar is highly functional and informative…
With its latest addition to its FidelityFX graphics suite, AMD brings performance-enhancing supersampling tech to the masses, but with a key difference: support for both AMD and Nvidia GPUs.
For almost three years, Nvidia’s DLSS (its acronym for “Deep Learning Super Sampling”) has been a pioneer in back-end techniques for conjuring faster PC-game frame rates out of what seems like thin air. Driven by what Nvidia calls its “Tensor” cores (found in every graphics card bearing the GeForce RTX badge), DLSS can dramatically improve the frame rate in games that are specially trained to use it. …
People are receiving fake Ledger hardware designed to steal their cryptocurrency wallets.
Scammers are reportedly attempting to steal cryptocurrency wallets from Ledger customers by shipping them fake hardware accompanied by a letter claiming the potential victim’s existing device isn’t secure.
Ledger offers two products, the Nano S and Nano X, that can store the digital keys used to secure crypto wallets. The devices can be used with a variety of cryptocurrencies, are compatible with numerous apps, and are supposed to offer a safe way to manage crypto without compromising too much on convenience. Ledger says on its…
Will every new Hyundai vehicle come with a free robo-dog?
Boston Dynamics, the company that gave us dancing robots, is now under the control of Hyundai Motor Group following the completion of an acquisition that valued the robot maker at $1.1 billion.
Hyundai acquired the controlling 80% stake from Softbank in a deal that was announced back in December of last year. The remaining 20% is owned by a Softbank affiliate. At the time the deal was struck, Hyundai stated its intention to advance robotics and mobility “to realize progress for humanity.” …
The copyright complaints ask Google to remove search results for the Windows 11 build, suggesting the leaked ISO file is legit.
By Michael Kan
Microsoft has filed copyright complaints to remove leaked download links for Windows 11.
The company filed the DMCA takedown notices with Google, according to Lumen, a website that tracks copyright complaints. Fossbytes reported on one such complaint filed last Thursday from Microsoft’s Japan offices. The complaint requested that Google pull search results for Beebom.com, a news site that hosted a link to download the Windows 11 leak.
Now more than ever, it’s important to curate what pops up on your social media feeds. Here’s how to delete Facebook posts from your Timeline one by one or in bulk.
Facebook is all too keen to remind you of the past. Remember that concert you went to three years ago? That person you friended nine years ago? That photo you snapped on vacation last decade? No worries; Facebook will make sure you never forget.
But now more than ever, it’s important to curate what pops up on your social media feeds, lest a…
As you prep for Prime Day 2021, here are a few ways to take full advantage of the discounts, from 1-Click purchases to Alexa voice ordering.
By PCMag Staff
Ahead of Amazon Prime Day, we’re gearing up to highlight the best deals as they roll in. But while we wait for discounts to go live at 3 a.m. ET on Monday, June 21, let’s consider a few ways to take full advantage of the discounts.
This is Amazon Prime Day, so—surprise!—you need to be a Prime member in order to get the discounts. Sign up for $119 per year or…