Automotive News Feature

  1. The Week In 5G: 8/8/2018 – FCC Implements 'One-Touch, Make-Ready' Pole Access, Vows To Preempt Local Laws Blocking 5G Deployment

    The FCC is moving to drop barriers to 5G deployment in the U.S., Motorola touts phones' bolt-on 5G capability, and Australia preps for a spectrum auction, all in today's The Week in 5G!

  2. The Week In 5G: 7/31/2018 — Nokia and T-Mobile US Ink $3.5 Billion Deal, Ericsson and NTT DoCoMo’s Test Vehicle Glass-Mounted Antenna

    Nokia will supply T-Mobile US with 5G hardware, software, and services; Verizon still intends to roll out 5G in the second half of 2018; Huawei's 5G phone needs a bigger battery, and more, on the Week in 5G!

  3. Success And Peril As The Internet Of Things Haul Trillions Into Global Economy

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is set to contribute trillions of dollars to the global economy over the next two decades as the networked system of sensors, devices, and everyday objects becomes more pervasive and ubiquitous. Pitfalls abound, however, as cybersecurity and other challenges have not been sufficiently addressed by IoT innovators.

  4. Metawave Set To Unveil Analog-Based Radar For Autonomous Vehicles

    Wireless technology startup Metawave says its analog-based radar platform, made of engineered metamaterials with embedded artificial intelligence, will allow autonomous vehicles make better sense of their surroundings. This technology has the potential to disrupt the automotive radar market, according to the company.

  5. The Week In 5G: Hyper-Connected Cars and the World’s First 5G Smartphone

    The first 5G smartphones could make their way to store shelves as early as next year, and 5G-connected cars could hit roads by 2020, according to major industry players who are shaping the fast-emerging 5G ecosystem.

  6. U.S. House of Representatives Approves Self-Driving Car Bill

    The United States House of Representatives has unanimously approved a key bill that aims to set the regulatory framework for self-driving vehicles.