Monday, 10 March 2014

"You Know Those People In Somerset Without Homes? 5G Is Better!"

(David Cameron, who has no idea what 5G is or how to help people.)

Germany have announced that they are in a partnership with the UK today, not because of any problem or war, but because they have decided to try and work out how to make 5G possible. Despite the fact that 4G really only came to the UK last year, David has decided to start researching 5G already, even though 4G is quite an expensive product. He announced this at CeBIT trade show in Germany, and he suggests that £45 million should be spent on this, while also saying that he wanted the UK to be "the most digital nation in the G8", which will be hard considering the EFFICENT GERMANS. (Trust me, I've been there)

Some of 'David's' ideas include an electricity meter that talks to the National Grid to compare prices, health monitors that measure your heart rate (I think that's already been done!) and fridges that order milk as soon as it notices that your running low. Presumably from the Government, then.

Anyways, 3 top-grade universities are working on this project; The University Of Dresden, The University Of Surrey, and King's College.

What do you guys think? Does 5G really need to be researched now, even though most people don't have 4G yet? Or do you think that it's a good idea, as it'll advance technology and make 4G cheaper? Tell us in the comments below!

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