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Most of us are using 4G LTE devices now, However, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is working on setting the standard and defining the specifications for the Next Generation 5G (5th Generation) Network with the help of Samsung Mobile in Korea.

 

Last month, 12 delegates debated on the specifications to be established for the upcoming 5G network standard. After testing, Samsung annouced that 5G Networks will have a peak speed of 20Gbps, or 20x times the peak speed specification of 4G LTE networks, which stands at 1Gbps.

 

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One thing to bear in mind is that these are theoretical max speeds, and that the first 5G networks will likely reach much lower peak speeds. At the moment, the fastest LTE standard is LTE Cat 9, which provides peak speeds of up to 300Mbps, well below the 1Gbps speed specification of 4G networks. What this means is that while crazy transfer speeds are to be expected, 5G subscribers will not be able to download an ultra high-definition movie in just a second, which is what a download speed of 20Gbps would mean if put into practice.

 

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5G networks will also be built with internet-of-things (IoT) devices in mind, as the ITU has established that 5G networks will be able to cater to more than 1 million IoT devices inside a 1 square kilometre radius at an average speed of above 100Mbps. The ITU expects the first commercial 5G Networks to start opening for business in 2020, although a working example is being prepared for the upcoming 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games.

 

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Apple wants to catch up with Google, so the company started secretly working on an electric vehicle. Today, Bloomberg is reporting that the Cupertino-based company is planning to begin production of the vehicle by the year 2020. That's an aggressive timeframe given that experienced automobile companies typically spend 5-7 years developing a car.

 

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As per the report, Apple's car team consists of 200+ people, which is inline with an earlier report that said hundreds of employees are working on the project. In the past couple of months, the iPhone maker has been hiring experts in technologies for batteries and robotics recently, electric-car battery maker A123 Systems sued Apple for poaching its top engineers.

 

A 2020 deadline would put Apple in direct competition with Google, as well as other automakers, like Nissan, Tesla, and GM, who are also planning to launch their self-driving or next-gen electric cars in the next five years.

 

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The next growth phase for the online gambling industry is currently underway. Arguably, online gambling is one of the fastest growing and most competitive industries on the internet. Through innovation and the ability to embrace the latest and greatest technologies, the industry has been able to sustain double-digit percentage growth over the last decade with no realistic end in sight.

 

If there were any doubts about which direction the online gambling industry might be moving, those doubts have quickly become a thing of the past. Clearly, the industry as a whole is putting much of its innovation efforts toward mobile gambling. While online gamblers having access to mobile sites like https://bacc168.net/  used to be the exception, it's now become commonplace to walk into a pub or coffee shop and see people playing games of chance for real cash on their mobile devices.

 

Mobile Compatibility Increases

 

In the early years of mobile gambling, access was limited to gamblers who were using mobile devices (tablets, smartphones) that were built on either the iOS (Apple) or Android operating platforms. The assumption was a great majority of the world's mobile device consumers were using iPhones or Android smartphones compliments of companies like Samsung. Indeed, the coverage seemed ample.

 

With that said, it didn't make sense to exclude an entire generation of online gamblers from being able to access a mobile app and play their favourite casino games simply because they bought mobile devices with the wrong operating systems. Remember, prior to the advent of mobile apps, gamblers could only use their mobile devices to access a "optimized" mobile website through a standard web browser. What the industry's software developers began to realize is the online gambling experience was being compromised by inadequate graphics and limited game libraries.

 

The good news is the issue has been addressed and almost all mobile gamblers now have access to a mobile app without restrictions. The apps are just as robust as its sister websites. That's been great news for people who own mobile devices that work off operating systems like Blackberry and Windows Mobile. The results have been amazing. Experts now estimate that 50% of all online gamblers are using their mobile devices to access gambling mobile apps on a regular basis. Based on the current growth trajectory, that number is expected to rise to about 80% sometime in the next couple of years.

 

Ramping Up the Quality of the Mobile Gambling Experience

 

Online gamblers have made clear which direction they want the industry to go. It's the responsibility of the online gambling industry's top software developers and operators to take note and do what's necessary to give customers what they want.

 

Before the mobile ambling craze got underway, developing casino games for a mobile format seemed like nothing more than an afterthought. Now, the tables have turned. Most of the industry's top software developers now create games intended for a mobile environment with the intention of converting them for use on a standard online gambling website. Mobile gamblers can now count on getting access to casino games that have high-quality graphics and audio features. That translates into a better mobile gambling experience for that growing population of mobile gamblers.

 

Adding New Innovations

 

Over the last couple of years, the online casino industry has seen a noticeable increase in the number of gamblers who are looking for a more realistic gambling experience. The industry's software developers, namely companies like Evolution Gaming, have heard the calls and are delivering the goods.

Live dealer games have become the rage for online gamblers. The opportunity to sit face-to-face on the computer with a beautiful dealer prompting the action has proven too much to resist. Now the live dealer gambling option is being introduced through gambling mobile apps. This tremendous innovation has the power to open many other doors the industry never thought to open

 

One of those doors is Virtual Reality (VR) casino gambling. In just the last two years, top software developers like NetEnt have successfully launched a VR casino for internet operators. With the right accessories (VR googles, game controller), gamblers can enjoy a legitimate three-dimensional online gambling experience from the comfort of home. But wait, there's more. This new technology is being scaled for mobile app access. Very soon, mobile gamblers will be able to enjoy the same VR gaming experience video gamers have been enjoying for years while on the move.

 

Who knows what else the future holds for mobile gambling enthusiasts? The wait is already on for the next innovation.

 


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