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Biography for Rebecca Day

Rebecca Day, Senior editor of Consumer Electronics Daily and contributing editor to Communications Daily and Washington Internet Daily, joined Warren Communications News in 2010. She’s a longtime CE industry veteran who has also written about consumer tech for Popular Mechanics, Residential Tech Today, CE Pro and others. You can follow Day on Instagram and Twitter: @rebday

Recent Articles by Rebecca Day

Extension for STB Efficiency to Cut Energy Use by 43%, Say CTA, NCTA

CTA and NCTA announced an extension of a voluntary agreement for ongoing improvement to set-top box energy efficiency. The extension, beginning in 2023 and running through 2025, highlights IP set-top boxes, which are becoming the most common set-top box type…Subscribe to Read >>

Lack of Differentiation Forced LG Smartphone Exit, Says Gartner

LG’s inability to come up with a “differentiated offering” to retain or win market share led to its exit from the mobile phone space, Gartner analyst Anshul Gupta told us Monday, after LG said it was exiting the “incredibly competitive&rdquo…Subscribe to Read >>

Cord Cutting Helps FuboTV -- Not Enough to Boost Stock Post-Q4

FuboTV executives say the over-the-top content provider should benefit from trends like cord cutting and consumers never signing up for pay TV in the first place. They said Tuesday that the company increased 2021 financial forecasts. There was a caution…Subscribe to Read >>

Qualcomm Sees 'Robust' 5G Transition, Huawei Ban Squeezing Supply

Global adoption of 5G and "increasingly complex technical requirements" are driving a multiyear industry transition that “plays to our strength,” said outgoing Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf on a fiscal Q1 call Wednesday. See quarterly materials here. Strong demand for 5G…Subscribe to Read >>

T-Mobile Posts Fastest US 5G Downloads, OpenSignal Finds

T-Mobile had the best 5G download speed among U.S. carriers, a first, in an Opensignal report. T-Mobile users had average 5G download speeds of 58.1 Mbps, ahead of AT&T at 53.8 Mbps and Verizon at 47.4 Mbps, said the report…Subscribe to Read >>