Philip Palermo

Philip has spent most of the past two decades as a journalist and photographer. Before joining the team at Cord Cutters News, he worked for Engadget and Reviews.com. Philip cut the cord years ago and hasn't looked back since.

News / 7 months ago

Commission Updates Guidelines to Prep for 5G Expansion

Image Credit: satelliteguys.us An international commission issued updated exposure guidelines aimed at keeping pace with the ongoing rollout of 5G net…
News / 7 months ago

AT&T Targets Early 2022 for 3G Sunset

While 5G may be grabbing all the attention and headlines these days, mobile carriers have been working on plans to move away from older networks and,…
News / 7 months ago

State, Local Groups Call for Large-Scale Broadband Expansion

Groups representing state governors and cities issued a press release this week urging Congress to use the planned C-band spectrum auction as a way to…
News / 7 months ago

Video Gaming Survey Suggests Binge Sessions, Interest in Streaming Options on the Rise

Results from a new video game study suggest most gamers have played for more than four straight hours at least once, and many younger respondents woul…
News / 7 months ago

Roku’s Bet on Smart TV Appears to be Paying Off

Roku TV, the company’s smart TV platform, has been gaining traction and adding partners since its debut a few years ago. It essentially takes th…
News / 7 months ago

Google Could Have Second-Gen Chromecast Ultra in the Works

9to5Google is reporting that Google could launch a second-gen Chromecast Ultra later this year. Key features include Android TV support, a form factor…
News / 7 months ago

T-Mobile Launches 5G in 3 Cities

T-Mobile’s 5G rollout spreads to a trio of cities today, with residents in Twin Falls (Idaho), Jackson (Tennessee), and Corvallis (Oregon) now a…
News / 8 months ago

Cable Companies Command Broadband Internet as They Shed TV Subscribers

Millions of cord cutters may be ditching their TV subscriptions, but that hasn’t stopped major cable companies from making huge strides in broad…