iPhone X first impressions, T-Mobile/Sprint merger deadThe biggest stories in tech include first impressions of the iPhone X, the end of the T-Mobile and Sprint merger and impressive Nintendo Switch sales numbers.
This is cnet and here the story that matter right now. First impressions of the highly anticipated Iphone X in most critics agree the new devices screen is nothing showed impressive, and the devices battery life looks to be improved, however the face id technology appears to be inconsistent [UNKNOWN] issues with it working each and every time. You can check out cnet for more. It sounds like the Sprint and T-Mobile merger is not moving forward, that's according to SoftBanks, Sprint's owner. For weeks rumors swirl that the merger was well on it's way, but reports claim the two sides cannot figured out an ownership ratio that satisfied equal parties. T-Mobile and Sprint, remain the Country's Third and Fourth largest carrier. And finally, Nintendo was reporting better than expected sales and revenue numbers. The company says it will have sold 14 million Switch consoles by next April, a 4 million increase on top of what was originally projected. And if you're keeping score, that will also be more than Nintendo ever shipped of the Wii U. [MUSIC] You can save today with the latest by downloading the CNet Tech Today app in the Apple or Google Play Store.