Amazon raises its minimum wage, a new Nintendo Switch incoming?
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Amazon on Tuesday said it will raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour in the US.
A response to mounting pressure over its wages and treatment of warehouse workers.
The new wage will go into effect on November 1st, and apply to all full time, part time, and seasonal, and temporary employees.
WI-FI naming standards might be changing.
The WI-FI alliance wants to make wireless networks easier to understand and recognized according from the current naming structure of numbers and letters.
For example, the placing of EO2.11AC with something like WI-FI 5, will help users or easily identify WI-FI technology.
And finally, Nintendo could be readying a new version of its switch console according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.
Nintendo could change up the display by adding newer technologies to make it thinner, brighter, and use less power.
The new switch could launch as early as Summer 2019
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