First, we share a story of four friends who got lost in the Colorado Mountains and had to turn to our network to find help. Second, Network Engineer Michael Wolfram gives a behind-the-scenes look at how we keep people connected in one of our new Best For A Good Reason videos.
The rundown: Google said the new version of its Android mobile operating system would tell users how much time they’ve spent on various apps; Facebook will soon let you rewind live streams during a broadcast; Researchers at MIT have introduced a self-driving car that can navigate unmapped country roads; and, Fortnite Mobile is out-earning 'Pokémon GO,' 'Candy Crush' and 'Clash Of Clans'.
- Best for Good Reason: The Verizon Network story.
- Google Wants You to Get Off Your Phone Every Once in a While
- Facebook will soon let you rewind livestreams during a broadcast
- MIT’s self-driving car can navigate unmapped country roads
- ‘Fortnite Mobile’ Is Out-Earning ‘Pokémon GO,’ ‘Candy Crush’ And ‘Clash Of Clans’