February, 2017

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Microsoft to discontinue Skype WiFi as of March 31

Microsoft is discontinuing its Skype WiFi service globally at the end of March, with officials citing a desire to focus on ‘core’ features as the reason. …read more

Source:: ZDNet

These are the most exciting phones at MWC – CNET

LG, Sony and Samsung –the most popular phones on CNET now introduced to us at Mobile World Congress 2017. …read more

Source:: CNet

Nintendo Switch needs a big dose of NES Classic – CNET

Commentary: The Switch should be a retro paradise. But it isn’t. Yet. …read more

Source:: CNet

The kookiest, funniest tech at MWC comes from startups – CNET

CNET heads to MWC’s partner show 4YFN to check out the best products and devices from the startup world. …read more

Source:: CNet

How you can get Verizon’s 5G broadband service — for free – CNET

The company is set to launch a large-scale test of 5G as a home broadband replacement service. Here are the details on getting in the field trial. …read more

Source:: CNet

Google camera hat takes on Snap, and then some – CNET

A new patent filing shows Google is thinking up new ways to send images to social media, emergency systems and to computer experts. …read more

Source:: CNet

Apple’s Cook: We really care about pro users – CNET

And Apple won’t be making a round iPhone, CEO Tim Cook says at the company’s shareholder meeting. …read more

Source:: CNet

Is Apple killing off the Lightning connector? (The 3:59, Ep. 186) – CNET

USB-C ya later! Plus we chat about a trio of possible new BlackBerry phones and SpaceX’s plans to send two tourists around the moon. …read more

Source:: CNet

Lego launching set featuring women stars of NASA – CNET

Lego sets its sights on some of NASA’s most brilliant minds with the approval of a fan-designed set depicting female NASA scientists and astronauts. …read more

Source:: CNet

Amazon’s AWS S3 cloud storage evaporates: Top websites, Docker stung

‘Increased error rates’ is the new ‘outage’, according to Bezos’ bit-barn bods

Amazon Web Services is scrambling to recover from a cockup at its facility in Virginia, US, that is causing its S3 cloud storage to fail.…

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Source:: TheRegister

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