Updated 1:00 pm PDT, Friday, August 16, 2019 FILE - In this Tuesday, May 14, 2019, file photo, Jimmy Kimmel attends the Walt Disney Television 2019 upfront at Tavern on The Green in New York. Kimmel’s network, ABC, has been ordered on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019, to pay a $395,000 fine for misuse of the the sound of the emergency alert system that is used to warn people of actual emergencies, such as floods and fire. ABC is one of four media organizations fined for using the sound on their broadcasts. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File) less FILE - In this Tuesday, May 14, 2019, file photo, Jimmy Kimmel attends the Walt Disney Television 2019 upfront at Tavern on The Green in New York. Kimmel’s network, ABC, has been ordered on Thursday, Aug. ... more Photo: Evan Agostini, Evan Agostini/Invision/AP … [Read more...] about FCC fines networks for wrongly using emergency alert system
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There's no denying that 5G is kind of a big deal. Partially launched in the UK (depending on your network and location), it means faster speeds when on the move and lower latency so things like streaming video just got better. With a more reliable connection, you'll be able to enjoy higher quality video calls, download content while on the train, and even stream gaming sessions from your phone. It's likely that 5G connections will be 100 times faster than a standard 4G connection. That's not all either as, in theory, it'll all be far faster than many home broadband connections too, with 5G estimated to hit average speeds of 80-100Mbps.So, what could it mean for changing the mobile landscape? Well, quite a lot. It could mean downloading a boxset within seconds while on your commute, and it could also mean more reliable conference calls, with no latency slowing down responses between you and your boss. All that is only possible with the right network though, and there's … [Read more...] about Which network is currently ahead in the race to 5G?
Best answer: Alongside Facebook-related functionality through Messenger and Watch, Facebook Portal currently supports Alexa, Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Food Network, and many others.Amazon: Facebook Portal ($100) What apps are available on Portal? Facebook Portal launched with a limited number of services, most of which are perfect for use in areas like the kitchen. Food Network and Facebook Watch are good for some recipe help and entertainment, while the abundance of streaming music and radio services such as Spotify, Pandora, and iHeartRadio will offer you tunes and news updates. And Alexa — alongside being the primary catalyst for voice control on Facebook Portal — gives you access to thousands of skills on her own, some of which likely work with some of the services you love. The full list includes: Facebook Portal also includes quick links to a handful of websites, which includes: What can I do on the Facebook Portal? With the standard Facebook features, you'll be … [Read more...] about Which services does Facebook Portal support?
Typically when you sign up for a phone carrier, you're just getting service from one network. That's not the case with Google Fi (formerly Project Fi), which lets your phone actively switch between T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular. It's a big selling point for the service, and when you add in Wi-Fi calling and texting, it's quite the network juggling act. After using Google Fi for some time, though, it turns out the regular switching between networks isn't all that confusing after all. Switching between T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular Google Fi, when paired with a compatible phone like the Pixel 3, is set up to intelligently choose between T-Mobile, Sprint, and US Cellular's networks depending on which one is offering a better signal at the time. We don't really know how Google's deals have been worked out with each carrier or how the phone determines when to choose one network over another — and with a Fi SIM or eSIM in your phone, the "Cellular network settings" go blank, … [Read more...] about What it’s like switching between networks (and Wi-Fi) on Google Fi
caption At the end of the day, the experiment entailed a lot of boxes. source Hollis Johnson Amazon and Walmart are the two largest sellers of merchandise online. Amazon has been dominant, but Walmart has drastically beefed up its online offerings to compete. I tested both of them head-to-head to see which one does e-commerce better now. It was difficult to come to a conclusion. Amazon versus Walmart is the story of our time – at least when it comes to shopping online. As more and more customers move their shopping online, retailers are racing to convince them to buy from their website instead of a competitor’s. The two companies that have captured many of those customers are Amazon, and, to a smaller extent, Walmart. It seems on the surface level that the two retailers’ offerings now might be equal in terms of price and convenience. Walmart has seen improvement in its US online sales, reporting 40% growth for … [Read more...] about I ordered the same items from Amazon and Walmart to see which one does e-commerce better — and they both had major flaws