Month: February 2018

Sprint announces 5G network for six cities this year

Marcelo Claure, CEO of Sprint promised the carrier will launch mobile 5G services on its 2.5 GHz spectrum holdings on a nationwide basis in the first half of 2019. Meanwhile, T-Mobile is also promising to build 5G infrastructure in 30 cities till the end of this year.

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Instagram is closing its Global Community Team

Instagram is shutting its veteran Global Community Team that worked to build connections with photographers and promotes the service across the world as part of a restructuring in the company. The motive behind this is to eliminate duplicate efforts among some members.

Microsoft stops push notifications to Windows 7 and 8 devices

Microsoft will be shutting down the push notifications service on Windows Phone 7.5 and Windows Phone 8.0 devices from February 20th. They also mentioned that Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile users will not be affected by this change.

Young Users are using Snapchat more than Facebook: eMarketer

According to eMarketer report, Facebook’s younger audience is shifting towards Snapchat in the United States. The first-ever decline in the 18-24 age group in the states and it comes to around 5.8 percent till the end of this year. Meanwhile, Instagram is growing rapidly.

Amazon delivers foods products to your home in two hours

Amazon has started food delivery services for Prime users in Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas and Virginia Beac. It contains fresh produce, meat, seafood and other organic food that you can usually buy from foods and grocery stores and get them delivered to your home in less than two hours.

Microsoft launched Office 2019 suite for Windows 10

Microsoft has launched Office 2019 suite. The version will be available in the second half of 2018 and it will only work on Windows 10 operating system. This release has no effect on Office for Mac and no change will be made in the existing versions of Office.

After failing in 1993, Mario Movie is coming back from Nintendo

After the lacklustre live-action effort in 1993, Super Mario Bros., it’s coming back to the big screen with Illumination Entertainment and Universal Studios. The creator of Mario will co-produce the movie with Chris Meledandri and Universal Studios creator.