Antonio Villas-Boas, provided by Published 4:10 pm CDT, Tuesday, April 9, 2019 REUTERS/ALBERT GEA AT&T announced seven new cities where the company's 5G network has been activated, raising the count to a total of 19 cities in the US with AT&T's 5G network. AT&T may have its 5G network in more US cities than any other carrier at the moment, but the carrier doesn't yet sell any smartphones that support 5G. The first device will be the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, which AT&T says will be available to buy in the spring. Three more devices that will be able to connect to AT&T's 5G network will arrive "later this year." AT&T's true 5G network shouldn't be confused with its "5G E" network, which is simply the company's rebranded LTE Advanced Pro network. AT&T announced on Tuesday that it activated its 5G mobile network in seven more cities, making for a total of 19 cities in the US where AT&T's mobile 5G network is available. 5G mobile … [Read more...] about AT&T just turned its 5G network on in 7 new cities, but you’ll still have to wait until spring for the first smartphone that can actually connect to it
Lisa Marie Pane, Associated Press Updated 12:14 pm CDT, Thursday, March 21, 2019 In this March 15, 2019 photo, Ryan Liskey displays a bump stock on top of his AR-15 at his home in Harrisonburg, Va. The ban on bump stocks is just a few days away and owners of the devices like Liskey are trying to figure out what to do. less In this March 15, 2019 photo, Ryan Liskey displays a bump stock on top of his AR-15 at his home in Harrisonburg, Va. The ban on bump stocks is just a few days away and owners of the devices like Liskey are ... more Photo: Steve Helber, AP Photo: Steve Helber, AP Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 In this March 15, 2019 photo, Ryan Liskey displays a bump stock on top of his AR-15 at his home in Harrisonburg, Va. The ban on bump stocks is just a few days … [Read more...] about The bump stock ban is just days away. What will owners do?
Raytheon and the US Navy tested an integrated combat system for the aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford for the first time recently. During the test, the Ship Self Defence System detected and tracked a drone. It then eliminated the target drone with an Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile. The test was a big step forward for the new class of aircraft carriers, which have faced a number of development setbacks. The US Navy, together with Raytheon, recently put the combat system developed to defend the new Ford-class supercarriers to the test against an unmanned aerial vehicle off the coast of California, Raytheon announced Tuesday. The target drone was eliminated by Raytheon’s Ship Self Defence System (SSDS) Integrated Combat System, a collection of advanced sensors and missiles. The system detected and tracked the target and then fired an Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM), taking out the simulated threat. The integrated combat system had Rolling Airframe Missile ready as well, but … [Read more...] about The US Navy just turned the future guns of its new Ford-class supercarriers on a drone in a landmark live-fire test
If you find yourself in this situation, make sure you are able to take feedback and adjust. Ivan Misner Published 11:00 am CST, Thursday, January 24, 2019 Photo: Thomas Barwick | Getty Images Photo: Thomas Barwick | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Thomas Barwick | Getty Images What to Do When Your Client Is Just Not Referable 1 / 1 Back to Gallery A friend of mine in BNI recently told me a story about her early days in the organization. Her name is Meaghan and when she joined the group, she had just come out of the construction management industry. Although she was now working as a business coach, she was still dressing to fit in at a … [Read more...] about What to Do When Your Client Is Just Not Referable
A recently introduced feature for iPhones and AirPods called “Live Listen” is going viral. It enables a person to use an iPhone’s microphone to listen in to conversations wirelessly through AirPods. Some people are creeped out by the feature, suggesting it could be used to spy, but it was originally intended to help people with hearing aids or hearing loss to clearly hear conversations in crowded environments. There are a lot of cool, hidden features buried inside your iPhone’s settings menu. There’s a new tip that’s going viral on Twitter that allows you to use your iPhone as a microphone, and listen to what it records through your wireless AirPods headphones, even if you’re far away. One tweet describing the feature, “Live Listen,” has been retweeted over 47,000 times. Some people are creeped out by the feature, saying it could cause issues by allowing people to use an iPhone as a spy device. Even the person who made the … [Read more...] about A hidden trick for turning your iPhone and AirPods into a spy microphone is going viral. Here’s what the feature is really about.