- SpaceX is charging $99 a month to test users of Starlink, the aerospace company’s new satellite-internet service, plus a $499 starter kit.
- The starter kit contains a user terminal, or satellite dish, to talk to Starlink spacecraft. Key to its operation is a phased-array antenna, which is an electronic component that can cost tens of thousands of dollars.
- SpaceX is likely paying much less to manufacture Starlink terminals, but telecommunications experts think the company is subsidizing potentially thousands of dollars’ worth of hardware for each user.
- “Getting the terminal out there is great PR for gaining market access,” Tim Farrar,
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As the holiday season approaches, how many of us are planning to upgrade our smartphones? With increasingly lackluster annual smartphone launches and the promise of 5G pushed ever-further away, the prospect of buying a new phone feels distant for many consumers.
Americans were already waiting an average of three years to upgrade their phones before the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Engadget, and data from the Consumer Technology Association forecasts a decrease of 15% in smartphone sales between
The United States posed restrictions over Huawei to sell its Kirin chipsets used in smartphones as well as telecom equipment. This was done over national security concerns. The Trump administration decided to be very critical of Chinese telecommunications companies then. But now, as per the latest report from Reuters, Qualcomm received the license from the US Department of Commerce to sell its chipsets to Huawei.
The Qualcomm has been granted permission to supply its products, including 4G chipsets, to Huawei. A Qualcomm spokesperson confirmed, “We received a license for a number of products, which includes some 4G products.”
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Whether you like to cook or not, sometimes you just want to get in and out of the kitchen as fast as you can. From making family dinners to meal prepping for the whole week, finding the right tools that will help you get the job done quickly is crucial. Luckily, there are several kitchen gadgets on the market that can help
Use our roundup of the best tech gifts to give gadget lovers and gamers a gift they will love this year. We’ve taken the hard part out of finding tech gifts to give, so you can look good without spending hours searching for a gift or worrying about getting the right thing.
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The weather outside is turning frightful, and that means it’s time for the Mozilla Foundation to scare the crap out of you with its annual “Privacy Not Included” buyer’s guide. Each year, the Mozilla Foundation judges a handful of gadgets based on their privacy chops, giving shoppers an easy way to judge whether a gift will divulge mountains of personal information about the user. The companies’ privacy policies and past scandals weigh heavily on the list, which is why you’ll see Facebook and Amazon getting dinged in this year’s roundup. Mozilla isn’t able to analyze every product out there,