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T-Mobile unveiled several new plans.
First up is a $15 per month phone plan.
Second, the company is offering free service to first responders like police and firefighters.
Third, T-Mobile said it would give 10 million households with children Free home internet access for five years.
There's only one catch, everything announced is dependent on T-Mobile's merger with Sprint.
T-Mobile says these plans can only work Thanks to the extra capacity provided by sprint, YouTube is getting a facelift on desktops and on its tablet apps.
The new look features larger video thumbnails with longer video titles.
the desktop version will include an add to queue feature that will load up videos for you to watch after your last video.
When the browser is closed items in the queue go away.
The watch later function remains though.
There's also a new feature to make YouTube suggestions better.
You'll have the option to tell YouTube don't recommend this channel on desktop.
This feature was already available on mobile.
Microsoft HoloLens to two now available to buy The self contained headset let's it's where see and control augmented reality objects, HoloLens to has no controllers.
Instead, it contract wears eyes and hands.
With its $3,500 price tag.
HoloLens two is not aimed at everyone.
Instead, it's meant for corporations.
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