New Mac Pro easily repairable, OnePlus to make CES 2020 announcement
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The new MacPro can apparently be upgraded and repaired with a minimal amount of effort, though fixing some of the high end parts could be a pain.
Tech repair site iFixit tore down the MacPro and found it to be easily accessable, repairable and upgradeable.
And its tear down published on Tuesday, iFixit gave the computer a 9 out of 10 for repairability with 10 being the easiest to repair.
The site went on to say, quote, this is without a doubt the most repairable Apple product in recent memory.
Lawmakers in Congress are getting serious about figuring out who has broadband and who doesn't to better target federal subsidies Rural broadband deployment.
The two bills introduced will require the government to collect granular information about which regions of the US have access to broadband internet and which don't, as well as barring anyone from quote, willfully knowingly or recklessly submitting false broadband Internet access service coverage information.
We're data to the FCC for mapping purposes.
And finally, it sounds like OnePlus we'll get a little abstract to celebrate its sixth anniversary at CES 2020.
It will introduce its first concept phone, the imaginatively named OnePlus concept one on January 7. The Chinese phone maker didn't offer too many details in its release about the device, but noted that it would be the first in a new series and would bring users quote, and ever smoother, faster and more burdenless experience.
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