Apple event will stream on Twitter, T-Mobile bolsters 5G hype
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TechCrunch is reporting that Wednesday's iPhone event will be available for live-streaming for the first time ever on Twitter, bucking a long-term tradition of exclusive broadcast on an Apple TV, Edge browser, or of course, Safari.
T-Mobile continues to talk a big game when it comes to 5G.
Carrier says that it's signed at $3.5 billion agreement with Swedish telecom supplier Ericsson to support its own 5G deployment.
This is in addition to the $3.15 billion deal signed with Nokia back in July.
T-Mobile awaits a merger with Sprint.
It is also waiting for regulatory approval.
And finally, ReCode has a story outlining just how much of Amazon's search results render ads.
The writeup finds that many search terms return ads for sponsored products or Amazon's in-house brands, making it increasingly difficult to find organic search results.
The article says that Amazon will continue to do this until it reaches a point where it annoys customers.
But apparently that hasn't happened yet.
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