5G is the latest tech industry buzzword to come out of the New York Stock Exchange.
But it’s only one of several major tech companies that are on the market right now, and each has a few things in common.
5G stands for “5G.”
In short, 5G means “5 times faster data transfer rates.”
And while each of these technologies will eventually replace copper, fiber, or wireless, the way these technologies are currently marketed has been misleading.
The 5G hype has been fueled by a number of claims that 5G will improve performance and make life better for people.
And while these claims have been made, it’s important to note that 5Gs are still being tested, and there are no definitive claims yet.
The hype is about more than just speed.5G is a big buzzword, but it’s still only a buzzword for a number more companies.
Here are a few that are trading in the high-fives and high-tails.1.
Facebook, Facebook stock: The Facebook stock was up $0.60 in after-hours trading, or $2.63.
That’s a big jump for a stock that has been underperforming for several years.
Facebook’s stock has been gaining steam lately as the company has been investing heavily in building its own 5G infrastructure.
Facebook also recently raised $10 million in a Series C round, which is more than $4 million higher than the company’s $6.5 million valuation last quarter.
Facebook has had some success raising money for its 5G efforts, like its $50 million Series A round for its Fiber to the Home project.
That round raised $40 million.2.
Qualcomm, Qualcomm stock: Qualcomm’s stock jumped $0 to $53.89, a gain of nearly $3 a share.
Qualcomm’s shares have been up in the past couple of years thanks to a slew of big acquisitions, and they have been on the upswing since the company introduced its 5GHz chip into the Snapdragon 820 smartphone.
In 2018, Qualcomm said it would begin selling 5G-ready chips for use in 5G devices.
The company has also been able to raise money from Qualcomm’s Series B round, raising $2 billion.
Qualcomm will likely be looking to raise more money this year, and this will likely lead to even more sales of 5G chips.3.
Nokia, Nokia stock: Nokia’s stock rose $0, or 0.13 percent, to $8.49.
That means the stock is up nearly $2 a share since the start of 2018.
Nokia is also in the process of acquiring another 5G startup, Nokia Broadband, which will give it more of a foothold in 5Gs business.
The new deal will help Nokia build a wider array of 5Gs and expand its network to include a larger number of cities.
Nokia Broadcom is expected to go public later this year.4.
Intel, Intel stock: Intel’s stock was down $0 by more than 1 percent to $37.06.
The chipmaker is hoping to build out its 5Gs network more quickly.
In October, Intel announced it would buy the San Diego-based startup Hyperloop One, which makes a series of capsules that can transport people from one end of the country to the other.
Intel will build a smaller version of Hyperloop in 2021.
Intel also has a new partnership with Hyperloop Technologies, which promises to build a faster, more reliable, cheaper version of the Hyperloop system.5.
Nokia Technologies, Nokia tech: Nokia Technologies was up about $1.12 to $15.25, an increase of $0 in after hours trading.
Nokia has been ramping up its efforts to develop 5G, and it will be investing a lot of money in building out its network.
Nokia will be working with Qualcomm and other companies to create 5G connectivity for its Lumia devices, as well as the Nokia Lumia 900 smartphone, and the Nokia Connect 5G platform.