This Time Tomorrow

This Time Tomorrow

In this new series from T-Mobile for Business and iHeartRadio, Oz and Karah look closely at how 5G innovations will revolutionize the way we work, socialize and interact with the world. They'll explore how the 5G revolution has the potential to change everything from airline travel to manufacturing to sports to disaster relief, and what the next generation of wireless really means for the businesses that serve us.... Show More

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Clothes serve many purposes. They protect and keep us comfortable; they allow us to express ourselves, dress for all occasions, and be part of the fashion trends "of the moment." But new advancements, in the next generation of 5G wireless networks, enable greater connectivity that could expand the "internet of things" to our wardrobe. In this episode, we hear from Paul Dillinger, Head of Global Product Innovation... Read more

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December 31, 2019 24 min

The way we watch, play and coach our favorite sports and games is changing, thanks to imminent advancements in technology and connectivity. Surrounding industries are forging a parallel path to bring a new world of sports to reality, leveraging the 5G revolution to enable new stadium experiences plus creating new ways to watch and play, transforming the businesses of sports and gaming. In this episode, Krishna Bhagavathula, Chie... Read more

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December 17, 2019 29 min

Supporting and keeping our fellow neighbors safe has always been one of the primary roles played by our communities. While it is human nature to help, technology has exceeded our human capabilities, helping us to respond faster and more efficiently. A 5G world's connectivity will usher in the next wave of advancement as emergency response capabilities grow exponentially, and we explore new ways to stop crises before they eve... Read more

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December 3, 2019 37 min

For years the promise of VR -- virtual reality -- has been the lore of science fiction. Today’s consumer and business applications have just begun to scratch the surface of what’s possible when it comes to exploring virtual and our own worlds through connected devices. 5G advancements in wireless networks will take these worlds to the next level and that much closer to truly feeling real. In this episode, we hear from Evelyn Mir... Read more

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November 19, 2019 35 min

5G is coming to revolutionize the way we work, socialize and interact with the world around us. In this episode, we'll dive deep into what the technology actually is and how it works, in order to build a picture of the future. We’ll explore how the delivery of 5G will introduce new opportunities for true mobility, enabling industries to build a whole new future on top of wireless networks. In this episode, we hear f... Read more

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November 18, 2019 55 sec

In this new series from T-Mobile for Business and iHeartRadio, Oz and Karah look closely at how 5G innovations will revolutionize the way we work, socialize and interact with the world. They'll explore how the 5G revolution has the potential to change everything from airline travel to manufacturing to sports to disaster relief, and what the next generation of wireless really means for the businesses that serve us.

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