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00:50  04 december  2019
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Top 10 storylines for college football Week 13

  Top 10 storylines for college football Week 13 It’s crunch time. College football Week 13 represents the penultimate weekend before conference championship games, and the College Football Playoff rankings are still fluid. © Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports Looking ahead to the biggest games this weekend, there’s a lot on the line. With that in mind, these are the top storylines we’re going to be following in college football Week 13.Penn State can make massive waves © Matthew O'Haren-USA TODAY Sports This is pretty incredible. No. 8 Penn State has just one loss and has looked every bit the part of a powerhouse for much of the season. Yet No.

Motorola hasn’t produced an Android smartphone with flagship, top-tier specs over the last couple years. But during today’s introduction of Qualcomm’s latest processors, the company said that’s going to change in 2020. Motorola has already revealed the modernized Razr with a folding screen, but it features a midrange processor compared to 2019’s best and fastest phones. Still, the Razr is definitely a step up in design and overall concept than your typical Moto G-series phone.

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And future Motorola devices will include the Snapdragon 865 and 765 platforms. “Thanks to the new technologies announced today, we’ll have new premium products to announce in early 2020,” Motorola’s Sergio Buniac said onstage at the Snapdragon Summit in Hawaii. Motorola plans to globally launch products with the 765 (which offers integrated 5G connectivity), and has vowed to release the “fastest phone on Qualcomm’s flagship platform.” So that one will have the 865 processor. Motorola is promising 5G speeds exceeding 5Gbps, which is far beyond we’ve seen in real-world testing. So take that with a grain of salt.

15 key questions for NFL Week 12

  15 key questions for NFL Week 12 There are 15 burning questions as Week 12 approaches in NFL and the playoff races are heating up. There are many impressive games on the Week 12 slate, but the Eagles-Seahawks matchup is the most overlooked.After beginning the season a disappointing 2-6, the Browns have rallied to win two in a row and should be able to make it three on Sunday. But of course with the Browns, nothing is ever as easy as it should be. They lost Myles Garrett for the rest of the season and will not have Larry Ogunjobi for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins as part of discipline handed down for the Thursday night fight.

Motorola also noted at today’s event that the company has remained profitable for five consecutive quarters, evidence that its current strategy — offering competitive phones at prices far below the typical cost of flagships — is resonating with consumers. But clearly Moto wants to prove that it can innovate on performance while keeping its business on a good trajectory. Just don’t expect these high-end phones to come in at Motorola’s usual wallet-friendly prices. The $1,499 Razr already marked a big departure from that.

We could find out more about Motorola’s 2020 lineup at Mobile World Congress in late February, if not sooner.

2019 college football season overreactions: It's time for the College Football Playoff to expand .
What did we learn from the 2019 season? Time to recap it all with the boldest takesIn many ways, how I feel about covering college football is how Ralphie's handlers must feel. No, I'm not in perpetual awareness of being trampled at high speeds, but there is a thrill of the uncertainty. And I'm just trying to keep up with it all the best I can. You can't run with Ralphie if you're scared and you can't cover college football scared, either. It's why I pick upsets every week against almost everyone's better judgement. And it's why I write an overreactions column after every college football Saturday. We're in show business. It's for fun.

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