Apple waiting on a 5G phone, Qualcomm's ultrasonic fingerprint scanner
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Bloomberg is reporting that Apple will wait until at least 2020 before the company releases a phone that can connect to a 5G network.
If you recall Apple used a similar strategy with the roll out of 4G LTE to avoid problems with poor initial coverage.
Microsoft is reportedly giving up on the core technology in its edge browser for Windows 10, and will instead rely on google software.
A new browser codenamed Anaheim will use software from Chromium.
That's Google's open source project on which Chrome is based Chrome stll reigns supreme in the browser market with 62% of the share.
And finally Qualcomm has announced a fingerprint reader that uses sound to unlock your phone.
Dubbed the 3D sonic sensor, the technology bounces sound waves off your skin to determin its shape It's entirely possible that this will be the tech behind the Galaxy S10 scanner.
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