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Apple’s barrage of iPhone X ads continues today with yet another focused on Apple Pay on the iPhone X with Face ID. This ad focuses on using Apple’s mobile payment platform to pay for a grocery trip…



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‘Alto’s Odyssey’ developers tout economics and ease of development for Apple devices

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The developers of "Alto’s Odyssey" have skewed toward supporting Apple’s iPhone and iPad for several reasons, above all ease of development, a new interview reveals.
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LG’s next flagship phone may tout an extra-bright, low-power screen

Just because LG is shying away from typical smartphone release cycles doesn't mean it will have nothing big to show in 2018. Well-known leaker Evan Blass has heard that LG is planning to unveil a new flagship phone, nicknamed Judy. The star attract…
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Tim Cook makes surprise appearance at Toronto Apple Store to tout ‘Everyone Can Code’

Update: Tim Cook continues his tour of Canada with a Maple Leafs game:

Tim Cook today made his first ever visit to Canada since becoming Apple CEO. As reported by The Globe and Mail, Cook visited a downtown Toronto Apple Store to talk with shoppers and students…



AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon tout Minneapolis network upgrades for Super Bowl LII

AT&T 5G Evolution

Now that Super Bowl LII is just a couple of weeks away, the major U.S. carriers have spilled the details on the network upgrades they’ve made in Minneapolis to help their customers stay connected during the big game.

AT&T announced late last year that it’ll have its 5G Evolution service live in Minneapolis in time for the Super Bowl. 5G Evolution utilizes LTE Advanced technologies like carrier aggregation, 256 QAM, and 4×4 MIMO to offer faster speeds. The LG V30, Moto Z2 Force, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Galaxy S8 Active all support AT&T’s 5G Evolution service.

Sprint small cells

Sprint says that it’s using three-channel carrier aggregation on nearly 400 2.5GHz cell sites across Minneapolis-St. Paul. It’s also upgraded hundreds of cell sites across the Twin Cities to include 800MHz, 1.9GHz, and 2.5GHz, which can combine to offer LTE Plus coverage for faster speeds and better coverage.

Additionally, Sprint is deploying its Magic Box small cell in hundreds of locations across Minneapolis-St. Paul to boost indoor data speeds. Sprint has also added small cells around the parking lots of U.S. Bank Stadium and new indoor systems at venues around the stadium. Inside U.S. Bank Stadium is a new Distributed Antenna System (DAS) with more than 800 antennas.

T-Mobile magenta tower

T-Mobile touts that it’s boosted network capacity by as much as 35x around Minneapolis-St. Paul, including a 30x boost at U.S. Bank Stadium. T-Mo has also doubled the amount of LTE spectrum in the Twin Cities and launched carrier aggregation, 4×4 MIMO, and 256 QAM to boost LTE speeds.

There are more than 120 small cells spread throughout Minneapolis-St. Paul to offer improved coverage and speed, and T-Mo says that these small cells can later support License Assisted Access for more capacity and faster speeds. There’s also a Centralized Radio Access Network (C-RAN) inside U.S. Bank Stadium to help boost customer upload speeds by as much as 40 percent.

Verizon U.S. Bank Stadium

Verizon has rolled out network improvements to the Twin Cities and U.S. Bank Stadium, too. This includes 24 permanent cell sites, more than 230 permanent small cells, and LTE Advanced features for faster peak data speeds.

There’s also 48 percent more antennas on Verizon’s DAS at U.S. Bank Stadium, a DAS at Mall of America that boosts Verizon’s network capacity by 900 percent, and a DAS at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport that adds 4G LTE coverage in tunnels and boosts network capacity throughout the airport by more than 1,000 percent. – Latest videos, reviews, articles, news and posts

Apple’s latest ads tout Animoji and Face ID

Apple has released several new ads on YouTube today, a couple of which tout the iPhone X’s AR capabilities required for two of its most desired features. Let’s start with Face ID. These ads were quickly-cut trailers of Face ID, without actually showing the process of unlocking or using Apple Pay with Face ID, intercut with visually appealing super-close-up shots of the iPhone X. However, there’s another version of the Face ID ad that pokes at Samsung and other Android implementations of Face unlock. This one is called “Opens in the dark”. It shows that Face ID works in lowly-lit… – Latest articles

Apple’s latest tweet ads for iPad Pro tout Apple Pencil, A10X Fusion chip

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Continuing its lighthearted ad campaign based on user tweets, Apple has published a pair of new advertisements ahead of next week’s iPad Pro refresh, boasting about the capabilities of the new A10X Fusion chip and the lag-free Apple Pencil.
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