AT&T to conduct 5G network trials for DirecTv Now customers

AT&T to conduct 5G network trials for DirecTv Now customers(Reuters) - AT&T Inc said it plans to test its high-speed wireless 5G network, which reached speeds of 14 gigabits per second in lab trials, for customers of its online streaming television service, DirecTv Now, in Austin, Texas. The U.S. wireless carrier, which plans to conduct the trial in the first half of 2017, has also teamed up with Qual...
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Carnival turning cruise ships into 'smart cities' at sea

Carnival turning cruise ships into 'smart cities' at seaLeisure travel colossus Carnival Corporation is putting a spin on technology used at Disney World to turn cruise ships into what it bills as smart cities at sea. Carnival on Tuesday introduced an "Ocean Medallion" designed to tailor trips to individual passengers by learning their tastes and on-board habits, and even keeping track of roaming child...
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McLaren's super news for supercar fans

McLaren's super news for supercar fansOn Wednesday UK supercar firm McLaren officially confirmed that a successor to the Ferrari 488 GTB-baiting S650 is coming this year. Despite only launching the first model in the series in 2014, McLaren is getting ready to unveil the 650S's replacement at the Geneva Motor Show this March. "Super Series is the core of the McLaren business and pers...
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The 7 most exciting innovations I saw on Faraday Future’s FF 91

The 7 most exciting innovations I saw on Faraday Future’s FF 91To say Faraday Future has gotten off to a rocky start over the past couple of years may be the understatement of the year, and it's only January. The company debuted its FFZERO1 concept supercar amid a whirlwind of buzz at CES 2016, but the press quickly dismissed the car as vapor. A year full of turmoil with Faraday's main financier, lawsuits...
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Five Indian states go to polls in test for Modi

Five Indian states go to polls in test for ModiFive Indian states representing more than 160 million voters will go to the polls in the next two months, officials said Wednesday, a key test for the prime minister after his shock currency move. The elections will begin on February 4, nearly three months after Modi announced he was scrapping nearly 86 percent of all Indian currency, a move aimed...
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