Xbox game pass coming to PCs, 5G heading to planes
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Microsoft announced it is bringing Xbox Game Pass to PC.
Xbox Game Pass is a Netflix like service for games and is already available for Microsoft's console game pass for PC will offer over 100 games for more than 75 content partner.
Microsoft plans to give details like game titles and when the service will go live at the E3 gaming conference on June 9th.
Motorola introduced a new phone called the Moto Z4, it's got some pretty nice specs with a 6.4 inch AMOLED screen, 120 gigs of storage, and the latest version of Android, Android Pie You won't find wireless charging on this device, but you will find a headphone jack and support for Motorola's attachments, called mods.
The MotoZ4 costs just $500 and will be available mid June.
Inflight WiFi provider gogo plans to launch a 5G network For Business and commercial aircraft in 2021, 5G is one between 10 and 100 times faster than your typical cellular connection today.
What does that mean for consumers?
It's you bring high quality video and audio.
Streaming when you're up in the air.
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