5G Will Be Crazy Fast, but It’ll Be Worthless Without Unlimited Data – This Week in Tech – 03/03/2019

5G Will Be Crazy Fast, but It’ll Be Worthless Without Unlimited Data

Mobile World Congress might have you convinced of two major mobile trends for 2019: foldable phones and 5G…


A.I. May Replace Most of Today’s Jobs, but This Start-Up Investor Sees Global GDP Increasing 50 Percent a Year Within Decades

The president of Silicon Valley’s most prominent start-up incubator says that artificial intelligence will probably replace most of the jobs people do today, but should pave the way for more personalized jobs and a massive increase in “material abundance” that could boost the size of the global GDP by 50 percent a year within decades…


Revealed: Facebook’s Global Lobbying Against Data Privacy Laws

Facebook has targeted politicians around the world – including the former UK chancellor, George Osborne – promising investments and incentives while seeking to pressure them into lobbying on Facebook’s behalf against data privacy legislation, an explosive new leak of internal Facebook documents has revealed…


Studies Keep Showing That the Best Way to Stop Piracy Is to Offer Cheaper, Better Alternatives

Study after study continues to show that the best approach to tackling internet piracy is to provide these would-be customers with high quality, low cost alternatives…


The Future of Healthcare: “Kill Bacteria With Robots and Not Antibiotics That Create Antibiotic Resistant Germs” With Xenex CEO Morris Miller

As a part of my series about “The Future of Healthcare” I had the pleasure of interviewing Morris Miller. Under Morris Miller’s leadership, Xenex has become a world leader in automated room disinfection. Through the use of xenon technology and innovative hospital disinfection protocols, the company is helping healthcare facilities achieve significant infection reduction results. As CEO, […]…


‘Right to Repair’ Regulation Necessary, Say Small Businesses and Environmentalists

Australian proponents of the ‘right to repair’ movement say the environment, consumers and small business are suffering without regulation…


USB 3.2 Is Going to Make the Current USB Branding Even Worse

USB 3.2, which doubles the maximum speed of a USB connection to 20Gb/s, is likely to materialize in systems later this year. In preparation for this, the USB-IF—the industry group that together develops the various USB specifications—has announced the branding and naming that the new revision is going to use, and… it’s awful…

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