AT&T’s “5G E” service is slightly slower than Verizon’s and T-Mobile’s advanced 4G LTE networks, a study by OpenSignal has found. As Ars readers know, AT&T renamed a large portion of its 4G network, calling it “5G E,” for “5G Evolution.
Nearly 95% of all reported trading in bitcoin is artificially created by unregulated exchanges, a new study concludes, raising fresh doubts about the nascent market following a steep decline in prices over the past year.
SAN FRANCISCO—Google’s Phil Harrison tells Ars that Stadia game streaming should provide a smooth, full-resolution experience on Internet connections above a threshold of 20 to 30mbps, a level that should allow for “hundreds of millions of potential players in the markets that we’re talking about.
Looks like a kitchen floor to me. Do you realize what you’ve become?
Facebook recently referred to one of its executives as “VP of integrity” — then quickly changed his title back to what it was previously after a journalist pointed it out and asked about it. Facebook posted an update Wednesday about its response to the mass shooting in New Zealand.
Signs for one of Australia’s Myer Holdings Ltd’s retail stores is seen on the outside of the building in central Sydney, Australia, February 19, 2018.
Google is resisting pressure to remove what appears to be a gay conversion therapy app from the Play Store after Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft all banned the service. The app in question is the creation of US Christian group, Living Hope Ministries.
Facebook has admitted that it suspected Cambridge Analytica of scraping data from the platform even before the first reports about its massive data collection were published.