V3’s exclusive report on the University of Surrey conducting 5G speed tests of 1Tbps certainly caught the attention of readers, and media outlets across the world picked up on the story.
Such mind-boggling speeds are a little way off yet, and likely to reduce in real-world use, but the fact that they can be achieved is a good indication of how central 5G services will be to future mobile data capacity.
Elsewhere, Lenovo’s headaches from the Superfish adware saga continued after the firm’s CTO was forced to promise that the firm will never install such software on its laptops again.
This wasn’t enough to appease the Lizard Squad hacking group, which defaced Lenovo’s website in the aftermath of the incident.
Elsewhere, as part of the V3 Enterprise Mobility Summit we heard from Mark Brown, executive director in cyber security and business resilience at EY, who warned businesses to expect more Android devices entering the corporate domain as bring your own device policies become standard.
#V3mobility: University of Surrey achieves 5G speeds of 1Tbps
World's fastest mobile spectrum speed tests
Lenovo CTO promises firm will never install Superfish adware on laptops again
Promise comes after Microsoft and McAfee offer tool to remove offending software
#V3mobility: BYOD will drive Android into the enterprise despite security concerns
Firms must prepare for Android devices, not try to stop them
ARM and IBM partner on Internet of Things starter kits backed by cloud services
More industry efforts to get IoT development moving
Intel: Moore's Law to continue beyond 10nm chips
Firm confident there's still plenty of life in famous mantra
Lizard Squad hackers attack Lenovo after Superfish scandal
More woes for Lenovo as hacker group gets involved in Superfish scandal
Europol, Microsoft and NCA take Ramnit malware botnet offline
Major takedown of botnet that had infected over three million computers worldwide
BT Tower cyber attack drill seeks UK's top hobby-hackers
Event seeks out those with the skillls to stop cyber intruders
#V3mobility: Wearable tech healthcare innovation held back by medical regulations
But devices must be integrated into healthcare to improve treatments
ICO fines travel insurance firm £175,000 for website hack
ICO moans at Staysure.co.uk for poor website security
Mark Zuckerberg mercilessly trolled by Harvard student newspaper after return to university he dropped out of 12 years ago
'Unauthorised user' blamed by Harvard for insulting Mark Zoinkerberg
Android under attack from 'Judy', Google Play Store malware that has infected up to 36.5 million users
Yet more Android malware discovered on the Google Play Store
Airport believes new system will be more reliable than GPS or Google Maps
OnePlus 3T canned to make way for imminent OnePlus 5 with Snapdragon 835, 8GB memory and dual camera
OnePlus 3T to be prematurely retired on 1 June - perhaps indicating plans for an imminent OnePlus 5 launch