The next generation of mobile communication is said to be ten times faster than the current networks. But in Germany's rural communities, getting 3G or 4G is often problematic. Will that change with the arrival of 5G?
Fears surrounding mobile phone use and the possible effects of radiation on the human body are mounting. As Germany begins a new 5G network rollout, DW takes a look at whether this new technology is bad for our health.
South Korea was the first country to offer 5G, the latest generation of mobile internet data transmission. But so far, the network is not using its full potential, as Fabian Kretschmer reports from Seoul.
Digital networking has been a big topic for years at the Hanover industrial fair. What the event shows in 2019 is just how important fast data transmission technology is for market players. DW's Andreas Becker reports.
Germany’s 5G spectrum auction began on Tuesday. There's been much talk about Huawei as an equipment provider for the bidders, so it’s worth looking at the Chinese company’s overall German footprint.
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