FCC approves T-Mobile and Sprint merger, Stranger Things saves Netflix
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The FCC has voted to approve T- Mobile's $26.5 million merge with Sprint.
Although, the vote wasn't totally unanimous.
With FCC Commissioner, Jessica Rosen Morsel writing in the Atlantic, if you own a mobile phone as 96% of American adults do, that's bad news.
Shrinking the number of national providers from four to three will hurt consumers harm competition and eliminate thousands of jobs.
Give credit to Stranger Things.
They're saving Netflix.
Following the first quarter the streaming giant had ever had to post a drop in subscribers.
The show helped push netflix is global subcounty over 158 million close enough to projections to combat fears that the company's growth had peaked netflix stock had dropped 18% in the last six months but was up nearly 8% in after hours trading and finally while wi fi six is here.
It doesn't seem like Google and Amazon are embracing the speedy new standard just yet.
All devices like the new iPhone 11 and Galaxy S10 seem to be on board.
Google's new nest Wi Fi and Amazon's arrow Wi Fi mesh systems don't support it.
Many reasons contribute to the lack of adoption out of the [UNKNOWN] But a primary one is of course For example, a WiFi 6 version of Netgear's popular orbit system due out later this month, will go for a whopping $700.
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