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Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Google's Sundar Pichai: Google's U.S. Mobile Network To Come In The ‘Coming Months’  —  While Google continues to build out “cell towers in the sky” in the form of balloons and solar-powered airplanes, it's also gearing up to launch an experimental mobile network in the U.S., too.

Dan Seifert / The Verge:
Alcatel's flagship Idol 3 smartphones feature mid-range specs at low cost, will be available unlocked in the US this spring starting at just $200  —  Alcatel's new flagship smartphones have high-end features, low-end prices  —  If you're familiar with the name Alcatel Onetouch at all …

Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
Livestream's Broadcaster mini is a $295 HDMI dongle capable of streaming 1080p video  —  Livestream Revamps Its Hardware Lineup With Smaller, Cheaper Broadcaster Mini  —  Livestream is planning to make it even easier and more affordable to (you guessed it) livestream video with the launch of a new product called the Broadcaster Mini.

Dante D'Orazio / The Verge:
Qualcomm's new fingerprint sensor should be better than Touch ID  —  Ever since the iPhone 5S came out in 2013, Apple has had one feature no one could match: Touch ID.  Samsung has just caught up with its new Galaxy S6, but in a few months a new technology from Qualcomm will likely best both of them.

Kyle Orland / Ars Technica:
The state of Linux gaming in the SteamOS era  —  After 14 months in beta, where does Valve's new platform push stand?  —  For decades after Linux's early '90s debut, even the hardest of hardcore boosters for the open source operating system had to admit that it couldn't really compete in one important area of software: gaming.