Twitter previews new reply system, the best CES car tech
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During CES, Twitter provided an early look at a new reply system it's set to test during the first quarter.
When you compose a tweet, you'll be able to choose who can reply.
Limiting replies could come with positive effects.
The tool could allow users to prevent online bullying, a problem that Twitter's been cracking down on for years It could also make conversations easier to follow because you could limit replies to a group of people.
In many ways, CES is turning into an auto show, among all the new car tech, we loved Bosch virtual visor that tracks the sun shining on a drivers face and adjusts accordingly.
Then there's the Continental and Sennheiser audio system that looks to emit sound from various surfaces inside a car.
And finally, AT&T's Senior Vice President of Advanced Mobility and Entertainment Solutions told CNET on Wednesday at CES that the company plans to have 15 5G phones this year.
Most of the phones will be capable of taking advantage of AT&T's low-band 5G spectrum, as well as its higher frequency millimeter wave.
Additional devices like laptops, tablets, and hotspots will also be available to know exact number of products were given.
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