It’s a whole slew of headlines from Mobile World Congress: more foldable phones, dates for 5G chip sets and 5G coverage rollouts, and Microsoft unveils its HoloLens2. Plus: why Wikidata proves the bots still need us.
MICROSOFT’S HOLOLENS 2: A $3,500 MIXED REALITY HEADSET FOR THE FACTORY, NOT THE LIVING ROOM (The Verge)
Huawei Launches the Mate X: Folding in a New Direction (AnAndTech)
I held the future in my hands, and it was foldable (TheVerge)
Sprint’s 5G network launches in May (The Verge)
T-Mobile delays full 600MHz 5G launch until second half of 2019 (CNET)
microSD Express unlocks hyper-fast data speeds for mobile devices (Engadget)
SanDisk and Micron announce the world’s first 1TB microSD card (MSPowerUser.com)
The latest Android devices now let you log into apps without requiring a password (The Verge)
INSIDE THE ALEXA-FRIENDLY WORLD OF WIKIDATA (Wired)
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