SINGAPORE (July 8): Singapore is setting aside $40 million for 5G technology and innovation, and one of the key areas in which the city state wants to test the raw technology is urban mobility. Industry players are cautiously optimistic about its potential but warn that it is still too early to tell how the high-speed, low-latency network will shape future urban mobility.

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