Sprint has promised they they will have quite a few new LTE areas that will go live "in coming months." They include:
Minneapolis/St. Paul Minnesota
Key West, Florida
Fort Smith, Arkansas
Michigan City/La Porte, Indiana
Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Sprint's biggest issue right now is expanding coverage, so it's good to see they've got some new markets lined up. I'm curious to see how that U.S. Cellular acquisition will improve their coverage. Any lucky Sprint customers in these areas? How about those of you on other carriers - is Sprint LTE availability an attraction at all? Sprint customers elsewhere, how many of you are still waiting for LTE?
Wireless chargers have been around for several years now, but even as the technology has improved, the market's still flooded with older, cheaper, inferior pads. If you want to grab a wireless charger that'll last and work best for your current (and future) devices, here's how to tell the difference between a bad charger and a good one.
Project CHIP has been rebranded to Matter, which includes a new logo that will be found on Matter-certified products when they launch later this year. The initiative is part of an alliance between Google, Amazon, Apple, and more smart home manufacturers.
The default Oculus Quest 2 facial interface has plenty of foam padding, but this material is a magnet for sweat, bacteria, and acne-inducing grime. Yuck! That's why we recommend investing in one of these leather, silicone, or flannel face covers that can be easily removed and cleaned, so your VR gaming is a worry-free and more sanitary experience.