Nintendo debuts Switch Lite console, Ookla says AT&T is fastest carrier
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Nintendo has announced its first redesign of the Nintendo Switch.
Starting September 20th, the company will release the Switch Lite for $200, a smaller version of the hybrid console that will sport a 5.5-inch 720P screen.
Non-taxable Joy con controllers, no video out or docking capabilities but it will come in three different colors.
So essentially, it's a switch that can't well switch.
According to the information, Facebook is snagging the exclusive rights to some game properties for VR and the company's Oculus quest and rift as platforms.
So far the report says Assassin's Creed and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell have been locked up.
Supposedly Facebook will spend below a billion dollars in the effort, though it's unclear what specific games will come to the platform as a result.
And finally, speed test service nucleus says that AT&T offers the fastest overall 4G network in the country, followed by T Mobile sprint and Verizon.
data was generated from over 11.5 million tests on the company speed test apps across multiple platforms and devices.
Overall, average us speeds are up 24% year over year.
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