• TechByter Worldwide 2021-04-23: 5G Will Be Fast, But Progresses Slowly. Short Circuits. Spare Parts

    23 days ago - By TechByter

    Cellular providers boast that 75% of the US already has 5G coverage, but there's more than a little hyperbole there, and Russia is doing everything it can to discourage development in the US. In Short Circuits: You've probably used Google Translate, but there's a competing service from Germany that might be worth trying. • In 1992, Microsoft introduced Windows for Workgroups. The revolutionary Windows 95 was still a few years in the future, but Windows 3.11 finally offered useful features and better reliability. In Spare Parts : It's possible to marginally improve a Windows 10 computer's...
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  • New standalone Battlefield Mobile game to release in 2022

    New standalone Battlefield Mobile game to release in 2022

    23 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    Like nearly every shooter out there right now, the Battlefield series is headed to mobile.
    According to a blog post by EA , Battlefield is set to debut in 2022 on smartphones and tablets. Industrial Toys is developing the game in collaboration with DICE , a studio with longstanding experience with the Battlefield franchise.
    “Make no mistake, this is a standalone game. A completely different game from the one we're making for console and PC, designed specifically for the mobile platform,” said Oskar Gabrielson, general manager at DICE. “It's being built from the ground up by iToys to make...
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  • Here's Every US City With 5G Coverage: AT&T, T-Mobile & Verizon

    Here's Every US City With 5G Coverage: AT&T, T-Mobile & Verizon

    24 days ago - By Android Headlines

    As 5G continues to roll out across the US, it's important to take a look at the coverage from each of the three major networks in the US. That includes AT&T , T-Mobile and Verizon. Now that Sprint is officially gone, and part of T-Mobile. Dish is working on a 5G network, but we don't expect that to be nationwide for a few more years still.
    5G is available “nationwide” but that doesn't mean that there is coverage in every single US city. On top of that, carriers are also adding capacity to these cities, so as more devices connect to their 5G network, they are able to keep the speeds up...
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