In a report released Tuesday morning, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine says a single breakthrough discovery for managing citrus greening in the future is unlikely. Greening has progressed from "an acute to a chronic disease throughout the state" and has caused Florida's industry a cumulative loss of $2.9 billion in grower revenues from 2007 to 2014.
The 5G revolution is just around the corner. Destined to replace 4G networks by improving speed, coverage and reliability, 5G is becoming necessary due to the increasing prevalence of devices requiring internet access and the high level of bandwidth necessary for them to function efficiently. Of course, network speeds will vary depending on the technology being used with peak speeds expected to be at least 20 times faster than 4G. For example, you could download 20 movies over 5G in the time it takes to download one in 4G from a peak speed perspective. So, when will 5G networks finally become a speedy reality?