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Tips and tricks to test carrier coverage with iPhone before switching networks

Making the jump to a new carrier can often sound appealing whether it’s the incentives, the hopes of better coverage, pricing, or all of the above. However, the reality is that switching can be a commitment (even without contracts) and it’s no fun to make the move only to realize you’ve made a mistake. Let’s look at some tips and tricks to test carrier coverage with iPhone before…
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X Mobility launches electric lineup including low cost e-bikes, e-scooters, and e-motorcycles

A new personal electric vehicle company has just debuted, joining a segment that has seen impressive growth lately. The aptly named X Mobility startup is already showing off a wide range of light electric vehicles. The first three products that X Mobility has rolled out include an electric bicycle, e-scooter, and e-skateboard. None of the three are high-power, but that helps them all achieve…
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Here’s why AI will be crucial for future US electrical grid reliability

When most Americans think of the infrastructure projects the Biden administration is proposing in the American Jobs Plan, they think of concrete, steel, and labor. But what if the biggest predictor of the success of the infrastructure plan is not in the materials but in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML)? Electrek spoke with Monte Zweben, CEO of Splice Machine, a database…
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Mercedes-Benz announces EQB compact SUV with 7 seats coming next year

Mercedes-Benz announced today the upcoming EQB compact SUV with seven seats, and it will be coming to the US next year. Just a day after unveiling the EQS, the German automaker is already turning our attention to an upcoming new electric vehicle to be unveiled on Sunday: “Mercedes-EQ will unveil the all-electric compact EQB SUV on Sunday, April 18th, 2021. The EQB World Premiere @ Mercedes-EQ…
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