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November 10, 2019


Today’s Tech News Briefs:

A major carrier is about to launch its’ 5G network nationwide; How to setup more than one Firestick or clone a firestick to an already existing firestick; Research shows a startling percent of reviews are fake; Latest Black Friday deals for Android phones under $300; Northrop Grumman and NASA engineers have pieced together the space agency’s prized next-generation telescope, the James Webb Space Telescope; AND, A “Google Search” word term that has skyrocketed

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Today’s Tech News Briefs @ What’s On My PC…

November 9, 2019


Today’s Tech News Briefs:

5 FREE image tools to help you create engaging and professional infographics; Chromium based Microsoft Edge to ship by default on Windows 10 in future; T-Mobile promising FREE unlimited 5G data access to all first responders across the country, including firefighters, police, and and EMS workers;  A list of the best password managers available today; AND, Once you’re in bed, he aims a laser pointer at your Amazon Echo device, and tricks it into opening your garage door…

A laser pointer can trick your smart devices into opening your doors, starting your car

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5G experts: Consumers moving away from hardwired internet; 20 billion mobile devices online in the next year (by Complete Colorado)

With 5G Technology on the horizon, the next 10 years we are going to see a truly wireless world where there will be a jump in technology innovations like never seen before… — Rick @ What’s On My PC


While municipalities across Colorado and the nation are lining up to compete against the private sector in internet services, those involved in the race to get 5G launched say fiber optic broadband will be left behind once full roll-out of the latest in wireless technology is complete. “5G is going to be a game-changer,” said Nick Ludlum, Senior Vice President and Chief Communication Officer for CTIA, which is a trade association representing the wireless communications industry in the United States. “From driverless cars to advancements in health care to (augmented reality/virtual reality) and smart cities. The innovations of the future will be built on 5G.”

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