Agent 47's adventures come to a close in this (mostly) excellent finale.
Rick runs down the highlights of the coming year.
Despite huge ambition, Medal of Honor's VR adventure fails to go beyond the Call of Duty.
Launches new iPhones, Watches too.
Asus, HP, and Lenovo to launch machines.
First premium chip with integrated modem.
The modem, though, not the CPU.
Exclusive to O2, at least initially.
Punters limited to 150Mb/s, though.
Mobile broadband is go for launch.
Clear focus on low-power products.
Quad-core Cortex-A15, 72-core GeForce.
Everything Everywhere has indicated that it's hoping to start rolling out a 4G LTE high-speed network before the end of the year.
BT and Everything Everywhere will begin trialling 4G wireless networks in Cornwall this autumn.
Mobile networking specialist Huawei has carried out trials of an LTE mobile broadband technology which the company claims reached speeds of 1.2Gb/s
Tests of the first commercial Long Term Evolution mobile network have proved underwhelming.
The European Commission has unveiled plans to use the freed up analogue TV spectrum to offer high-speed wireless broadband to all citizens.
Nokia is making its first 4G Long Term Evolution device - the RD-3 modem - available to carriers, promising 100Mb/s peak and 12Mb/s sustained throughput.
The ailing network giant Nortel is planning to offload its CDMA and LTE wireless technologies to Nokia Siemens Networks to aid its return from Chapter 11.
January 28 2021 | 14:07
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