We've seen the explosion of smartphones and the meteoric rise of tablets in the last six years. We've also seen the likes of Apple and Samsung create a whole new category of product with wearables and hardware like the Apple Watch. We're currently witnessing the emergence of the smart home with home automation products, followed closely by new, smart vehicles as well by the likes of Tesla and others. Now it seems like we're also about to welcome in the era of smarter vehicle tech thanks to Samsung and its new Samsung Connect Auto dongle.
Olaf Swantee, Chief Executive Officer of EE (Everything Everywhere), has confirmed that the company's LTE network will go live in the next few weeks on October 30th and will be the first offering of its kind in the United Kingdom. EE, the parent company of the Orange and T-Mobile networks in the UK, will be welcoming customers on board at the end of this month enabling them to enjoy all of the benefits that come with 4G technology.