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My internet company charges me twice as much for internet as other companies because I have no choice, but 5G will fix that

Some internet companies have monopolies in certain areas of the US, but that might change when 5G home internet becomes more widely available.
Apple employees prepare the newly released iPhone 6 for sale at the Apple store in Berlin September 19, 2014.

Apple has a new biggest bull — and he projects a 20% surge fueled by the upcoming 5G iPhone lineup

The company stands to win from hype around its upcoming 5G iPhones and robust growth in other businesses, analyst Tom Forte wrote in a Monday note.

The new iPhone that Apple is expected to launch later this year will have faster 5G speeds than we initially thought, says one of the most accurate an...

Apple's mmWave 5G version of the iPhone 12 could be released on the late fall, says a new report, following rumors that it would be delayed.

The Trump administration is warning allies to stay away from Huawei — but not everyone’s listening

The US has been lobbying allies like the UK and Germany to reject Huawei's 5G technology with mixed success.

Samsung will reveal its new flagship Galaxy smartphone in early February

Some are saying it'll be called the Galaxy S11, other say it'll be the Galaxy S20. We'll know for sure in a month!

Tech stocks are on track for their best year in a decade — and set to rise higher with the rollout of 5G

The sector has seen rapid growth from soaring Apple stock and triple-digit gains from its best performing semiconductor stocks.
The iPhone 11 Pro (left), iPhone 11 Pro Max (middle), and iPhone 11 (right).

Next year’s iPhone 12 is starting to take shape, and it sounds like big changes are in store — here’s everything we know so far

Apple's iPhone 12 is expected to come in four versions when it's presumably released next September. Here's what we know.

One of the top Apple analysts predicts next year’s 5G iPhones won’t be much more expensive than current models

Adding 5G may increase production costs, but Apple might shift those costs largely to suppliers, not customers.