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Three customers will observe 5G in UK

What news for Three company users. They are soon observing world high-speed internet in less than 6 weeks. Three UK became the latest mobile operator in the United Kingdom to reveal its commercial 5G launch date, announcing that it will start selling the next-generation mobile service in August.

The market’s fourth-largest operator will start with a more limited offering than rivals EE and Vodafone UK as it will initially only offer a fixed wireless access (FWA) service for home broadband access in London.

Most of the data users in the UK are students from the middle east who rely on data while traveling and daily activity. Students from Arab countries are in the highest proportion of enjoying 5G services.

BT-backed EE has already launched 5G services based on the 5G New Radio non-standalone specification (5G NR NSA) in six cities. Vodafone UK also plans to start offering 5G service in seven cities on July 3.

Three UK is nevertheless aiming to ramp up services fairly quickly with plans to launch 5G mobile and home broadband services in 25 markets by the end of 2019. Its initial focus on 5G FWA is to be expected given its status as a pure-play mobile provider that is competing with converged fixed and mobile heavyweights such as BT/EE, Vodafone UK, and Telefónica-backed O2

The operator is also clearly banking on the fact that it has “more than twice as much 5G spectrum” as its closest competitor, which it said “will deliver significantly faster speeds” for its customers. Indeed, Three UK claims it will be the only operator to offer a “true” 5G experience that requires at least 100 megahertz of the 5G spectrum as set out by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

“This market-leading spectrum portfolio alongside investment in high capacity smart antennas will deliver the fastest 5G network in the U.K.,” the carrier noted. “At launch, peak mobile speeds will be at least 2x faster than other mobile network operators and will provide a more reliable connection and experience for customers.”

Kester Mann, director of consumer and connectivity at analyst firm CCS Insight, thinks that Three UK is right to focus on this spectrum advantage.

“Three’s new-found spectrum wealth will offer greater capacity needed to support the seemingly inexorable rise in data usage,” Mann noted. “Customers of Three already use 7.6 gigabytes (GB) of data per month, more than three times the industry average. Based on projections from [U.K. government regulator] Ofcom, [Three UK CEO Dave Dyson] sees a scenario in which this usage surges to 90 GB per month in 2025.”

5G Speeds Across Europe

After what was a slow start in Europe, 5G rollouts are now gathering pace as operators take advantage of the 5G NR NSA standard that allows them to anchor their services into existing 4G LTE networks. It certainly seems that European operators are keen to be at the forefront of 5G developments and not fall behind other major regions as with 4G LTE.

As well as the U.K., Vodafone has revealed its 5G launch plans in both Italy and Spain, and also said it will offer 5G roaming in Germany, Spain, the U.K., and Italy beginning next month.

In Italy, Vodafone has turned on its 5G network in Milan, Rome, Turin, Bologna, and Naples, and is looking to cover 100 cities by 2021. In Spain, Vodafone plans to launch services in cities on June 15. It promises to offer 1 Gb/s speeds at launch, rising to 2 Gb/s by the end of 2019, and latency below 5 milliseconds.

Data and analytics company GlobalData noted that Western European countries are leading 5G development in Europe, with 5G adoption in Denmark, Portugal, and Switzerland set to take a chunk of total mobile subscriptions in their markets by 2023.

According to GlobalData, nationwide 5G coverage is expected to arrive in Denmark by 2020, and Austria by 2025. Central Eastern European (CEE) countries such as Hungary, Poland, and Romania plan to launch 5G in 2020.

Jonathan Bachrach, the technology analyst at GlobalData, said 5G “is expected to grow quickly in Western Europe over the next five years,” although he pointed out that 4G LTE “will have the largest technology-generation share” through 2023.

Perhaps the latest developments will convince Ericsson CEO Börje Ekholm that Europe is stepping up its 5G game. He had previously complained that European government officials and regulators are letting Europe fall behind Asia and the United States in 5G deployments.

Facebook Messenger broken : May take hours to resolve

Users from various parts of the world complained that social network is not working and they are unable to connect. Might be because of Thanks giving and Black Friday overwhelming deals causes this crash of messenger app.

Messenger broken once again

However authorities admitted that the issue has been recorded and most probably due to some tech issue

Frustrated Messenger users from the US to the UK have reported that they are unable to access the service this afternoon.

Facebook’s main site also appears to be affected by the outage, though not as severely as the standalone chat app.

Facebook has confirmed the issue on Twitter, responding to users complaining about the issue.

In one tweet sent just after midnight this morning, Facebook wrote: “We’re aware of the issue and we’re working on a fix.”

However, a fix doesn’t seem to have been rolled out yet. There’s no new version of Facebook Messenger available to download on the Apple App Store or Android Google Play Store beyond v.170.

And users are still complaining well into the afternoon today.

In a statement given to The Sun, a Facebook spokesperson said: “We are aware of the issue and are working on a fix.”

Have you experienced any issues with Facebook Messenger lately? Let us know in the comments!

It comes just days after Facebook suffered a ‘total blackout’ that affected the social media site and its other platforms, including WhatsApp and Instagram.

Messenger users in Europe were hit hardest by the outage, though issues were also reported along the US West Coast
Messenger users in Europe were hit hardest by the outage, though issues were also reported along the US West Coast

Most users (49 percent) reported they were unable to connect to the server on Monday afternoon.

Many also indicated that they were having trouble receiving messages (28 percent), while others said they could not log in at all (22 percent).

The app appears to have crashed shortly after 3 p.m. (ET), with thousands of reports streaming in before 3:30.

Messenger users in Europe were worst affected by the issue Monday afternoon, with a majority of reports coming from the UK, Ireland, Poland, Belgium, and Denmark.

Unicorn feature of Mercedes Benz “Digital Light” displays message for pedestrians

With more than one million micromirrors per headlight, Mercedes-Benz Digital Light HD headlights do much more than just illuminate the highway.

Drivers can project messages on the road in front of a car equipped with the new headlights. The lights can also project navigation guides and road conditions or traffic warning symbols.

Digital Light onboard computers control the HD headlights, which are available in limited quantity for Mercedes-Maybach S-Class sedans. The car shown in the images and video that accompany this article is the Mercedes-Maybach S 560 4Matic, which has a $168,600 U.S. starting list price.

Like most auto manufacturers, Mercedes-Benz introduces new features first in top-of-the-line models for two reasons: exclusivity and scale. Customers who buy the most expensive models are rewarded with a feature most vehicles won’t include for years, perhaps even a decade or more. Also, because the top-model customers are already paying big bucks, they are more likely to spend the extra money new features cost before economies of scale bring prices down.

JP Morgan, Chase customers No longer need card for ATM transaction in US

JP Morgan is another step closer to its mission and this time its the most awaited innovation people were expecting from some financial institution in coming future which JP Morgan predicted long time ago and address the expectation and started working on. Chase added an upgraded feature in ATM’s for customer in almost 16000 ATM’s in some states

 

Chase announced Wednesday that it had rolled out cardless transactions to most of its ATM network, meaning customers no longer need a physical debit card and can instead retrieve cash using a mobile wallet — such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Samsung Pay — on their smartphone.

At ATMs with a cardless symbol (see below), customers can open their mobile wallet, tap their phone, and then enter their PIN to access their account.

At nearly every one of JPMorgan Chase’s 16,000 ATMs, customers no longer need a card to take out cash

Here’s Chase’s simple visual guide to performing a cardless transaction:

JPMorgan Chase

Chase began rolling out the feature — which uses the “near-field communication” technology that enables transactions from mobile wallets — in 2016, and Bank of America and Wells Fargo have debuted similar capabilities as well.

The largest banks in the US have been investing millions in updating the capabilities and physical appearances of their thousands of ATMs as their digital and mobile customer bases balloon.

Bank of America has also got a kind of feature which allows customers to scan a cheque through mobile phone (taking picture) and submit it in mobile app hence save time by not standing in cue. www.BankofAmerica.com

While cardless transactions are a convenient perk to Chase’s more than 30 million active mobile customers, the feature could also result in savings for the bank.

It costs banks about $0.20 to replace a lost, stolen, or otherwise corrupted card, according to the consulting firm A.T. Kearney, a sum that can add up when you serve tens of millions of customers, as Chase and its largest competitors do.

The more customers can rely on their already omnipresent smartphones, the more likely they are to phase out cards that fatten their wallets and can more easily be lost or compromised.

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