The Morning After: NASA looks at LTE for lunar missions


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This week was a bit of everything, however Apple iPhone 12 series update He took the highest bills. They bring support to Set up a new wireless charging, But it does not have a revolutionary outlook On a sheet. Maybe that feeling will change once we have some practical time, as this lineup adds new options for smaller or larger devices.

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However, the inconspicuous speeds and coverage make adding 5G a less than an affair, and it could keep some of us sticking to our old phones for a little longer.

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Devindra and Cherlynn take a look at some of the most controversial and pending discussions about Apple’s newest and greatest. Next, we talk about Cherlynn’s experience in reviewing the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5, and Jessica Conditt joins our hosts to talk about the Xbox Series X after spending three weeks with the console.

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No 5G?

This week the space agency He said Nokia will provide $ 14.1 million in funding to build a 4G LTE cellular network on the surface of the Moon. The contract is part of the $ 370 million in new Artemis funding that NASA announced this week, and is part of planning to visit the moon again by 2024.
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