Verizon's first 5G phone, Google's interpreter service
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Verizon's first 5G smartphone will be the Motorola MotoZ3, the company's CEO confirmed in an interview with CNET backstage at a keynote presentation.
There is a catch, though.
The phone will only become 5G capable when an optional model mod attachment is added.
This leads us to believe Verizon's 5G network will arrive in some capacity before Mobile World Congress.
Google debuted a slew of new assistant features here at CES including interpreter mode which aims to be a go between for people who don't speak the same language.
We've tried the demos and they are really impressive In addition to that, Google also announced partnerships with companies like Lenovo, Sonos, Samsung TVs and many more.
And finally, IBM has announced it's first commercial quantum computing system, the Q System One, designed for both scientific and commercial uses of course.
The company also introduced a new weather forecasting system that aims to be able to update weather from more remote regions, more often and more accurately.
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