News of Note—Sprint and Intel on 5G, Apple’s WWDC and more

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Sprint will offer 5G PCs next year powered by Intel’s chips. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Sprint said that it will be offering 5G PCs next year powered by Intel’s chips. The Verge article

> From iOS and augmented reality to tech addiction and fitness, here’s a recap of everything Apple covered at its WWDC 2018 keynote. Venture Beat article

> Hong Kong’s regulatory body the Communications Authority opened up the 5 GHz band, typically associated with Wi-Fi, for use by mobile operators. RCR Wireless article

> Facebook endured a new wave of criticism from lawmakers and regulators in the United States and Europe on Monday following disclosures that the social media giant had allowed dozens of hardware manufacturers to access its trove of personal user data. New York Times article

> Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 850 is for PCs only. PC Mag article


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