The next generation of wireless communication is just starting to get rolled out. It's called 5G, and it could change the entire landscape of your neighborhood — for better or worse. According to an investigative report by the Center for Public Integrity, people are not happy with the new hardware. The problem is, it's unclear who gets to decide where, when and how 5G is going to be delivered.
How 5G Technology Will Change Your Neighborhood
People aren't happy with the hardware for new 5G cellphone technology. Problem is, it's unclear who gets to decide where, when and how it's delivered.
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