The Moto G 5G Plus is an affordable smartphone that supports sub-6GHz 5G. Unfortunately, the newest member of Motorola's G-series lineup will not be sold in the US.
With AT&T and T-Mobile now offering 5G to more than 165 million Americans, we're putting testers on the road this month to see how these networks really perform.
Qualcomm's new low-cost 5G chipset leaves out millimeter wave, the 5G technology on which Verizon relies.
Lenovo's 5G Flex laptop arrives on June 18, and with support for both millimeter-wave and sub-6GHz 5G technologies, it can technically work with any 5G US carrier, but will be limited to Verizon.
As a new $600 5G Samsung phone hits the market, AT&T now offers its service to about half of Americans.
Bell Canada is going with an unused 4G frequency to launch its 5G network in five cities. Here's why it made that choice.
Verizon is making the first stabs in a while to modernize its 5G home internet access system.
AT&T is turning on dynamic spectrum sharing to raise 5G speeds. Here's where it's happening and which phones are supported.
T-Mobile and Verizon both sped up their 5G systems in May, but we're still waiting for a network that offers both coverage and speed—and for one that offers widespread home access.
Multi-device, business, and home internet access was one of the big dreams for 5G, but it has stalled.