• E-Scooter Trial Scrapped In Montreal
    Citing an 80% delinquency rate among users, Montreal has decided to end a pilot of 680 e-scooters and e-bikes that started in June.
  • Sony Intros First 5G Devices
    Sony is introducing two flagship 5G smartphones and demonstrated its first 5G handset, the Xperia 1, due to start shipping in coming months.
  • U.S. To Host 5G Conference
    The United States will host a conference on 5G that President Donald Trump will attend, according to Larry Kudlow, national economic council director.
  • Fitbit Sales Increase 15%
    Though total revenue is down, sales of Fitbit devices increased from 14 million in 2018 to 16 million last year, as the company awaits approval to be acquired by Google.
  • Nokia Teams On AI-Based Railroad Crossing Safety
    Nokia and Odakyu Electric Railway are working together to work on artificial intelligence-based railroad safety.
  • Citi E-Bikes Return To New York
    Citi Bike, operated by Lyft, is bringing its e-bikes back to New York City after a recall of 2,500 of the ride-sharing bikes last year.
  • Verizon Preps For 5G National Rollout
    With LTE coverage of 98% of the U.S. population, Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg said at an investor event that the cellular carrier is expanding its 5G coverage into additional markets.
  • Researchers Create Robot For Blood Sampling
    Researchers at Rutgers University have created a blood-sampling robot to provide quick results to allow healthcare professionals to spend more time treating patients.
  • Huawei Takes Lead In 5G Commercial Contracts
    At a planned pre-Mobile World Congress event, Huawei introduced the lightest 5G base station and updated on its number of commercial contracts.
  • Digitized Roadways Planned For Smart City
    A digitized public highway network including thousands of individual sensors is being added to a smart city being built in the U.K.
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