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Lenovo Flex 5G review: Stunning battery life ruined by Windows on ARM

By 5g, 5g laptop, engadget, gear, laptop, lenovo, lenovo flex 5g, lte, Microsoft, pc, Qualcomm, review, Reviews, snapdragon, verizon, windows, windows on arm, windows on snapdragon

In 2019, Lenovo announced it would be the first to make a 5G laptop with Qualcomm’s Windows on Snapdragon platform. A whole year later, the company finally started selling the Flex 5G, which is available via Verizon for a whopping $1,400. That…

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‘Stranger Things’ is coming to ‘Rocket League’ for Halloween

By art, av, engadget, event, gaming, halloween, haunted hallows, hauntedhallows, limited time event, limitedtimeevent, lte, netflix, psyonix, rocket league, rocketleague, stranger things, strangerthings

Rocket League’s annual Halloween event is about to get underway and this year, it’ll be a crossover with Stranger Things. The Farmstead Arena will take on a distinctly Upside Down vibe, and the Netflix mega-hit’s terrifying Mind Flayer will cast an o…

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Alphabet’s balloons broadcast LTE two days after Peruvian quake

By alphabet, balloons, Business, disaster relief, earthquake, emergency response, engadget, gear, Internet, internet balloons, loon, lte, peru, Security, telefonica

When a magnitude 8.0 earthquake hit Peru Sunday, the Alphabet spinoff Loon was quick to respond. Within 48 hours, Loon delivered its internet-relaying balloons and began providing LTE coverage to users below. While more balloons are on the way…

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AT&T’s fake 5GE icon is available in the Android Open Source Project

By 5g, 5g evolution, 5ge, android open source project, android q, aosp, at&t, carrier aggregation, engadget, gadgetry, gear, lte, lte-advanced, Mobile, Samsung, smartphone, verizon

AT&T is still in hot water over its 5GE logo, but that’s not slowing the company down. This week, the not-really-5G icon showed up in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Meaning, whether you like it or not, 5GE could start showing up on Andro…

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Qualcomm’s 8cx chipset just might make always-on PCs worth using

By alwaysconnectedpc, alwaysonpc, engadget, gear, laptop, lte, notebook, pc, personal computing, personalcomputing, Qualcomm, snapdragon, snapdragon8cx

The last time I used one of new always-on PCs, I was intrigued by its potential — why wouldn’t I want to use an actual Windows computer that was always online? My job would be so much easier if I didn’t need to, I don’t know, stress about WiFi or ev…

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After Math: Hello Darkness, my old friend

By aftermath, atm, backtothefuture, column, connecticut, databreach, election, elonmusk, engadget, environment, facebook, gta, law, lte, markzuckerberg, nhsta, numbers, Opinion, reddeadredemption2, Security, tesla, tomorrow, trump, verizon

Well, this week lasted years. While we weren’t being bludgeoned by the cantankerous Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, we were learning about how 50 million Facebook users had their accounts hacked, that Elon Musk is being sued by the SEC for his Twitt…

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AT&T expands its 5G network to North Carolina and Kansas City

By 5g, at&t, austin, Business, charlotte, dallas, engadget, gear, houton, Internet, kansascity, littlerock, lte, Mobile, raleigh, sanantonio, sanjose, tampa, tuscaloosa

AT&T’s mobile 5G network will expand to three new cities this year. Folks in two of North Carolina’s biggest population centers — Charlotte (above) and Raleigh — and those in Kansas City will have access to the faster wireless signal. Previousl…

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AT&T expands its 5G network to North Carolina and Kansas City

By 5g, at&t, austin, Business, charlotte, dallas, engadget, gear, houton, Internet, kansascity, littlerock, lte, Mobile, raleigh, sanantonio, sanjose, tampa, tuscaloosa

AT&T’s mobile 5G network will expand to three new cities this year. Folks in two of North Carolina’s biggest population centers — Charlotte (above) and Raleigh — and those in Kansas City will have access to the faster wireless signal. Previousl…

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All 50 states opt in to AT&T’s FirstNet public safety network

By 5g, at&t, band14, broadband, engadget, firstnet, firstrespondernetworkauthority, firstresponders, gear, Internet, lte, publicsafety, services

FirstNet, the nationwide broadband network for first responders, will be the official public safety network for all 50 US states. The network has been a very long time coming. Having been initially proposed following the 9/11 attacks, the FCC …

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GM thinks you’ll buy stuff through your car’s dashboard

By BMW, buick, cadillac, chevrolet, Connectivity, dashboard, engadget, ford, general motors, gm, lte, Marketplace, purchases, smartphone, transactions, Transportation, Wi-Fi

As more cars roll off production lines with WiFi and LTE capabilities as standard, brands are falling over themselves to find ways to monetize this connectivity. Jaguar and Shell have partnered for in-car fuel payments, while BMW and Ford are …

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