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Five Hacks for Digital Democracy

The election of a politically inexperienced president in the United States, Britain's vote to leave the European Union and the initial rejection of a peace deal in a Colombian referendum to end an armed conflict all signal dissatisfaction with the political status quo. Yet citizens have...

The Brooklyn 5G Summit 2017

Beginning on April 19 and ending on April 21, leaders in wireless, automotive, academia, and government will get together at my Alma Mater NYU where Nokia and the NYU WIRELESS research center at NYU Tandon School of Engineering are jointly organizing the fourth Brooklyn 5G Summit in Brooklyn, NY....

Five Hacks for Digital Democracy

The election of a politically inexperienced president in the United States, Britain's vote to leave the European Union and the initial rejection of a peace deal in a Colombian referendum to end an armed conflict all signal dissatisfaction with the political status quo. Yet citizens have...

Universities to Support FCC 5G R&D Portal

The FCC is working with two academic research centers - New York University's NYU Wireless in New York University's Tandon School of Engineering and University of Colorado, Boulder (CU Boulder) to test, debug and provide feedback on a new online portal designed to streamline and speed up...

Nokia Aims to Take Guesswork Out of 5G Business Plans

Just in time for the Brooklyn 5G Summit, Nokia says it has developed an advanced 5G simulation and analysis tool to explore potential business and use cases for 5G. Although 5G standards have yet to be finalized, general agreement exists across the industry about key enabling technologies, the...

Must-See TV for Anyone in Wireless: 5G BROOKLYN APRIL 20-21

Free webcast of the best technical wireless event of the year. Ted Rappaport, probably the most respected 5G engineer in the world, once a year invites several dozen of his peers for an intense discussion. It's a who's who of 5G research, all bringing their best stuff.  Top...

The Play’s the Thing: Hamlet Takes to Virtual Stage with NVIDIA GPUs

John Gielgud. Mel Gibson. Bart Simpson. We live in a culture where everyone has taken a turn as William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. But while many have stepped into the role of the ill-starred prince of Denmark to utter the line “to be or not to be,” no one has given audiences the...

FCC Launches New System for Experimental Licensing

The FCC Office of Engineering and Technology (OET) announced a new way for experienced RF engineers to get the licenses they need to conduct radio transmission experiments that will lead to new technologies and services. The new system allows greater flexibility for universities, research labs,...

Keeping in the Hyperloop: Building a Faster Future

The next great mode of transportation might not be invented by a large corporation, it could be a team of students, or even a group of strangers on the Internet. In 2012, when Elon Musk proposed creating a “fifth mode of transportation,” (the other four being cars, planes, trains, and...

Smartphone Sensors Pose a Serious Security Risk

As more people look for ways to protect their smartphones from hackers and criminals, we look for additional means beyond typing in a PIN. A popular method now is fingerprint analysis, where users can place a finger on their phone to unlock it or to make a purchase. And as crime shows and...