Why the future is not super-fast 5G

Will global wireless networks change as much in the period 2015 – 2025 as they did in 2005 – 2015?

Moore’s Law has held for many decades and provided a very sound basis for predicting across multiple industries. But all such empirical laws break down eventually, the question is just when. Is it time to seek a different way of looking at the next generation of mobile phone that has been used in the past?

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