SpaceX's Starlink closes in on global broadband coverage, E3 announces all-digital show in June
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SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell says the company's Starlink Satellite Internet service is about six launches shy of blanketing the globe with continuous broadband coverage.
Shotwell also says Starlink launches after meeting its coverage goals would aim to increase capacity for the network.
I am predict starlink will be able to offer internet service to every rural home in the US within three to five years.
Popular industry video game conference [UNKNOWN] is returning in June with a virtual show.
Last year's event was canceled due to the pandemic but the Entertainment Software Association says it's throwing a free online event open to everyone this year.
The ESA list of participating studio's include Xbox and Nintendo that will last for three days starting on June 12th and finally musician and tech entrepreneur Will.i.am has partnered with Honeywell to create a futuristic face covering called Supermask.
It's a stylish face mask that includes replaceable heppa filters, LED lighting, bluetooth ear buds and fans for ventilation.
It's not just a cool prototype though.
It's a real product and it goes on sale April 8th for $299.
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