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Driven by the success of 4G, companies are now competing to create their own version of 5G, says Sebastian Anthony, senior editor at ARS TECHNICA.
CNBC talks to Google about the project that's bringing the Internet to the unconnected world via balloons.
Rahi Tavasoli, head of the 5G innovation centre at the University of Surrey, explains what 5G could mean for human connectivity.
Nokia Network's head of research, Lauri Oksanen, talks about the divisions push to join the 5G race.
CNBC heads to Venice to learn about a project that helps virtually recreate historical cities.
Companies like Google and Microsoft are working to bring augmented reality to the everyday consumer.
U.K. aerospace and defence firm BAE Systems shows off its next generation flight simulator, which is run with virtual reality technology.
CNBC visits the Bristol Interaction and Graphics in Britain, which is exploring the possibilities of a virtual future.
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, CNBC takes a look at the up and coming start-ups that are impressing tech fanatics.
Tech West, at Las Vegas' Consumer Electronics Show 2015, shows off the latest in connected tech and emerging technologies. CNBC takes a look.
What's giving the auto sector a boost? CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Phil Lebeau report from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show the crowds can't get enough of... drones. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
CNBC talks to New York Times CEO, Mark Thompson, about attempts to accelerate digital advertising and native advertising initiatives.
CNBC speaks to Re/code co-CEOs Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher about the future of digital content.
The Edge speaks to innovators across music, tech and publishing.
Babybe is a device that mimics a mother's heartbeat, voice and breathing patterns in an effort to reduce the amount of time a newborn spends in neonatal intensive care.
Mark Pollock went blind at 22, and in 2010 he became paralysed - but he's not given up. CNBC interviews Mark Pollock, an athlete, author and broadcaster, who is determined to use robotics to help those like him.
CNBC goes to Keele University, in Stoke-on-trent, U.K., where they are working on stem cell research. The researchers are looking at how they can grow cells and use them therapeutically, in order to potentially replace bones that have been damaged.
ReSound is an App that allows users to set their hearing aid to the environment which they are in.
CNBC take a look at the Rewalk Robotics company. Rewalk Robotics creates devices that enables people who are paralysed to walk again, with the use of a robotic skeleton.