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AT&T's mobile 5G network to launch in 'next few weeks'

After months of talking about its 5G rollout plans, AT&T is finally close to making those plans a reality. As part of a conference call to discuss its latest earnings report, the carrier said its mobile 5G network would go live in parts of the pr… Source: Engadget | AT&T's mobile 5G network to launch …

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Jaybird's Tarah are $100 wireless earbuds built for sweaty workouts

Jaybird has been a solid option for wireless earbuds for years now, and today the company is debuting yet another model for your workouts. The Tarah Wireless Sport Headphones are built for the gym, complete with an IPX7 rating to ensure you don't run… Source: Engadget | Jaybird's Tarah are 0 wireless earbuds built for …

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Sony has some colorful new DualShock 4 pads for your PS4

The DualShock 4 wireless controller has been kicking around for a while now, so it was only a matter of time before PlayStation did something to give it a little marketing boost. And what's the easiest way to do that? New colors, of course. Joining t… Source: Engadget | Sony has some colorful new DualShock …

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HTC's Vive Wireless Adapter will cost $300

14 months after HTC and Intel first showed off their wireless VR prototype, the two are finally ready to ship the product. According to HTC's announcement today, the Intel WiGig-based Vive Wireless Adapter is priced at $300 and works with both Vive a… Source: Engadget | HTC's Vive Wireless Adapter will cost 0

Project Fi now works with LG's newest phones and Moto's affordable G6

In spite of recent additions, Google's Project Fi hasn't had great device choices. You've hadto buy a Pixel if you want a high-end phone, and the most affordable modern option has been the mid-tier Moto X4. No more — Project Fi now supports three mo… Source: Engadget | Project Fi now works with LG's newest …

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Intel focuses its WiGig efforts on wireless VR

Don't count on finding multi-gigabit WiFi in your laptop in the near future. Intel has announced that it's discontinuing virtually all of its current WiGig hardware by the end of 2017, including antennas and controllers. Instead, the focus is on us… Source: Engadget