Your smartphone will be faster in 2016, just not insane 5G fast

Ignore the hot air about 5G next year. Here’s how the carriers will add more zip to your wireless connection.

CNET December 8, 2015

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Your smartphone will be faster in 2016, just not insane 5G fast

Ignore the hot air about 5G next year. Here’s how the carriers will add more zip to your wireless connection.

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Patience, people. USB’s getting better, but first comes confusion

USB Type-C may be the holy grail of connection ports, even replacing your laptop or TV power cord, but inconsistent support for new features makes for a muddling transition.

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Apple: Our iPhone battery case gives you 25 hours of talk time

With the new $99 Smart Battery Case, Apple is catering to smartphone customers who value practicality over slender designs.

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Facebook shuts down Creative Labs, apps

The initiative behind some of the company’s most experimental apps has gone away, along with the apps it produced. Facebook says it will still encourage experimentation.

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Apple Maps now more popular than Google Maps on iPhone, iPad

The company has worked to fix the flaws that plagued the app early on. The fact that Apple Maps is the default navigation app on Apple’s devices has boosted its use as well.

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