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AT&T Experimenting With Broadband Internet Delivery Using Power Lines

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Field trials are slated to begin in 2017, says the company, as it works to improve the availability of internet access everywhere.
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AT&T DirecTV Now Streaming Service to Begin in Q4, CEO Confirms

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Announced back in March, DirecTV Now will let AT&T wireless customers stream more than 100 channels on their devices at "aggressive" rates.  
Comcast

Comcast to Offer Mobile Phone Services in 2017: Report

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The WiFi and cellular services, which have been rumored since late 2015, would be available to existing and new Comcast cable customers.
Google, Daydream VR headset, VR, smartphones, Pixel phones, Chromecast

Google Set to Unveil Next Smartphone, VR Headset at Oct. 4 Event

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The Pixel smartphones have been rumored for months, as well as a new Daydream VR headset and an updated Google Chromecast dongle.
Samsung Note7, phablets, smartphones, recall, Consumer Product Safety Commission, Note7 recall, green charging light, battery fires, smartphone battery fires

Samsung Note7 Recall Update: How to ID a Non-defective Handset

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To stand out from the original Note7 phones with defective batteries, the replacement Note7 handsets use green on-display charging lights.
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Sprint, Boost Mobile Unveil the LG X Power Budget Smartphone

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The $130 4G LTE handset includes a 5.3-inch display, an octa-core processor and an estimated 33 hours of talk time on a charge.
Samsung, Note7, smartphones, recall, smartphone fires, Consumer Product Safety Commission, smartphone batteries, Galaxy Note7

Samsung Note7 Users Can Get Replacements Starting Sept. 21

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Now that the Note7 is under a formal government recall, here's how owners can get replacements or refunds for their smartphones.
Samsung Note7, battery fires, recall, smartphones, phablets, Consumer Product Safety Commission, Note7

Samsung to Limit Note7 Battery Charges to 60% as Recall Continues

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A Samsung software update will control Note7 smartphone battery charges to prevent additional battery fires until the phones are replaced.
Janam Technologies, XT2, enterprise handhelds, rugged computer, RFID, scanner, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise, Android. barcode scanner

Janam Adds Windows 10 Option to Its XT2 Rugged Handheld Computer

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The enterprise handheld computer, which also offers a built-in scanner and optional 4G service, was previously only available with Android.
Volvo, Autoliv, autonomous cars, self-driving cars, Google, Apple car, partnership

Volvo Teams Up With Autoliv to Create Autonomous Driving Software

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The partnership will develop advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous drive systems for Volvo and other car makers.
Samsung Note7, smartphones, phablets, Galaxy S7, recall, Consumer product Safety Commission, battery fires

Official Recall of Samsung Galaxy Note7 Phones in the Works

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The company is working with U.S. product safety officials to provide exchange options to consumers who own one of the affected smartphones.
Evan Blass, Huawei, tablet, Google, Android, Pixel C, smartphones, mobile phones

Google Rumored to Be Planning Huawei-Built 7-Inch Tablet

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The tablet would include 4GB of memory, but few other details are known at this time, according to a report by a well-known tipster.

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