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  • Sony to unveil several 5G phones at the MWC

    Sony is expected to unveil its first 5G phone - or phones - at the MWC in late February. The rumors are still shifting, so some details are uncertain. Even the name of the new flagship is yet to be settled, we've heard everything from "Sony Xperia 1.1" to "Xperia 0" and "Xperia 3". It will pack a 4K HDR screen and will feature a Snapdragon 865 chipset with X55 5G modem. The camera department on the back will be upgraded to a quad setup with the addition of a ToF sensor. The main camera...

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  • Lafayette family loses everything in severe storms

    LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY)- A Lafayette family lost their Townhouse Drive home after severe weather swept through Acadiana. Melanie Mouton and her nephew barely escaped their home as this tree came tumbling down. Now her family is feeling the pressure as they try to piece back together their everyday lives. Less than 72 hours after fighting [

    KLFY
  • 5G-enabled iPhones and iPads to use mmWave technology

    Apple is yet to enter the 5G world, and reports are we will finally see some devices with the next-gen connectivity this year. Now a new rumor has it that Taiwanese company ASE (Advanced Semiconductor Engineering) has joined the supply chain for Apple and will manufacture the mmWave-based modules. Industry insiders reveal that Apple's roadmap includes at least one 5G iPad and 5G iPhone in 2020, but the company is yet to determine the provider of the technology. The difference between mmWave...

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  • US storms: At least eight killed in severe weather

    Fatalities are reported in Louisiana, Alabama and Texas as extreme weather continues.

    BBC News
  • Four dead as severe storm sweeps through southern US

    Authorities say at least four people have died after severe storms swept across parts of the U.S. South

    ABC News
  • Four dead as severe storm sweeps through southern US

    BENTON, La. (AP) — Authorities say at least four people have died as severe storms sweep across parts of the U.S. South, bringing high winds and unrelenting rain. The Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office in Louisiana said on Facebook that the bodies of an elderly couple were found Saturday near their demolished trailer by firefighters. A search for more possible victims was underway. That brings the storm-related death toll in the state to three after a man was killed when a tree fell on his...

    fox8.com
  • Severe Storms Slam Through Multiple North Texas Counties

    The National Weather Service has canceled the tornado warning issued for Dallas, Collin and Denton County shortly after canceling one for Johnson and Tarrant County Friday evening.

    CBSDFW