Google has new Glass, T-Mobile and Sprint merger a step closer
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Google has unveiled a new version of Glass wearable AR headset, but it's not meant to be a widespread consumer product.
Instead, it's a business enterprise targeted device that's attracted the attention of industries that see it as a utility.
The newest Enterprise Edition of Google Glass goes for.
The FCC has given the long plan T-Mobile and Sprint merger the thumbs up.
The most substancial factor, being a compromise that the companies would cover 97% of the US population in 5G within three years, and 99% within six years.
Don't pop the cork just yet though, the deal still needs to be approved by the DOJ.
Finally, a report from the Wall Street Journal laid out how some popular game streamers can make upwards of $50,000 and hour by playing through a game on their Twitch channel.
Live streaming has become so integral to a games marketing that publishers have built in budget's set aside for celebrity streamers.
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