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The Super Bowl was one of the best games ever, and for the advertisers who took options on overtime commercials, a big win that way for them on price versus audience delivery. The ads and the halftime show with drones certainly were big hits in Houston and around the world. What’s more, it was the first ever to be seen in VR (virtual reality). Now that’s COOL!!
We’ll lead off with some non-game coverage and then jump into more news as the commercials are certainly stirring up a lot of online commentary. Then we’ll follow with a bunch of news nuggets on Apple, and more on Artificial Intelligence, the FCC, VC’s, insight on Microsoft Edge and WebRTC, plus a bunch of other news you need to know including a nice peek into the new in flight Wi-Fi speeds for those who fly.
Something odd happened around the country while the Super Bowl commercial for the Google Home speaker ran on TVs everywhere. The ad, which showed loving families using the smart home speaker for listening to music and turning on and off the lights, also managed to set off Google Homes in the real world
Although macOS and the Touch Bar help the MacBook family stand out from the Windows 10 powered crowds, the competition are leaning heavily on 4G technology to create standalone connected laptops. Is it time Apple joined the party?
Brussels, 1 February 2017 – Yesterday evening, an agreement was reached between EU lawmakers and Member States on the level of caps for the wholesale roaming charges mobile network operators pay each other when their customers call, send texts or use their data in another EU member State.
With Gogo rolling out its new 2Ku satellite connectivity system at the pace of about one equipped aircraft per day, the odds of ending up on a flight with the service in the wild are quickly increasing.