Verizon's 5G home network launches, Google's suprise Project Stream
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Four US cities are the first to receive Verizon's 5G home network.
They are Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento, but not all the cities mentioned will have full access.
Verizon says speeds of 300 megabits per second, to 1 gigabit per second, are possible Subscription also comes with three months of YouTube TV and an Apple TV 4k or Chromecast ultra.
We expect Verizon's 5G rollout elsewhere to be slow, but it'll be interesting to see the initial performance in these four markets.
Google maps is rolling out a new feature aimed at increasing your commute's efficiency.
New buttons will provide data about your daily routine.
Through the live traffic information, train departure times, and other in transit data.
Finally, Google has revealed a surprise partnership with Ubisoft, makers of the upcoming Assassin's Creed Odyssey video game.
The deal will bring a streaming version of the game to the Chrome browser The same day it's released on standard console platforms.
Streaming gaming is nothing new but latency concerns have stunted its momentum.
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