Pixel 4 event invites are out, Wi-Fi 6 certification begins
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Google has sent out invites for an event in New York City on October 15th when the company is expected to show off new Pixel phones and other made by Goggle devices.
The upcoming Pixel 4 has been a leak machine with new specific details surfacing about it on a seemingly daily basis The only thing that hasn't leaked out yet are specifics on the other Google products that will be discussed on the 15th.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Amazon manipulated its products search algorithm, so that it would more often return results that directly benefit the company's own brands.
Amazon claims it has always considered profits in the way it ranks other [UNKNOWN] And it is unclear if the company will face regulation over the practice.
And finally, the nonprofit WiFi Alliance industry group launched the Wi Fi certified six program aiming to hold devices that use the 802.11 AX WiFi radio to establish several standards.
Compliance will let manufacturers put a badge on their packaging letting consumers know a certain device supports WiFi 6. The new technology promises a 40% faster connection over WiFi 5.
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