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Amazon Plans to Offer Satellite-Powered Internet
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Amazon is entering the satellite-broadband race. It will launch 3,236 satellites in low Earth orbit to bring high-speed, affordable internet across the world.

The Amazon effort, codenamed Project Kuiper, first became public through regulatory filings with the International Telecommunications Union. According to GeekWire, which spotted the filings, Amazon wants the satellites to operate between 367 miles to 391 miles above the Earth.

Alexa smart plugs are somehow down to $7.22 each with this special coupon
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If you buy an Alexa-enabled Wi-Fi smart plug from a top brand, you’ll pay between $25 and $30 unless you find a good sale. Smart plugs add connectivity to dumb devices like lamps, space heaters, coffee makers, and fans, so they’re worth every penny. But why pay all those pennies if you don’t have to? Pick up a Teckin Mini Smart Outlet 4-Pack on Amazon right now and use the coupon code TECKINSP10 when you do. That’ll slash the price of these Alexa and Google Assistant enabled smart plugs to just $7.22 each, which is the lowest price we’ve seen! The only bad news is that this coupon is only available in a limited quantity, so you’ll need to hurry if you want to get in on the action.

Google Stadia Internet Speed Requirement Revealed
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Google unveiled its game streaming service called Stadia earlier this week. The service will enable users to stream games in the Chrome browser, through Chromecast, and on Pixel smartphones. Since everything is powered by Google’s massive cloud structure, it will be possible to play console-level games on a smartphone. Streaming such games would obviously require a good internet connection and Google has now revealed the Stadia internet speed requirement.

Apple Keynote Event Announcements: Apple Arcade, TV Plus, Streaming Service
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Apple (?) 's latest keynote, the Show Time event, took place as scheduled on Monday, and it brought with it news on an array of new products and services coming to Apple devices. Unlike most Apple events, the focus was not on new hardware, but instead largely on subscription-based services to deliver you entertainment content (including original TV programming), video games, and magazines. It was a lengthy event, as is commonplace with Apple, but we've condensed all of the major news for you below.

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Motorola is making a foldable phone that will be out this summer and there's a lot of reason to be excited about it. The company is rumored to revive its beloved Razr brand which dominated the phone landscape before smartphones were a thing. But the Razr will have to face stiff competition from the Galaxy Fold, which will be available on April 26 and the Huawei Mate X which, will be out sometime this summer but likely not in the US.

SamSung Galaxy Fold - Coming Soon
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SamSung Galaxy Fold - Coming Soon - April 2019
SamSung Galaxy Fold - Coming Soon
SamSung Galaxy Fold - Coming Soon - April 2019
SamSung Galaxy Fold - Coming Soon - April 2019
SamSung Galaxy Fold - Coming Soon - April 2019
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SamSung Galaxy Fold - Coming Soon - April 2019
SamSung Galaxy Fold - Coming Soon - April 2019