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U.S. tech slips through loopholes to keep supplying Huawei

Companies and shareholdes love a loophole, but will the U.S. tolerate the gap in the fence?
12 hours ago

Microsoft’s dual-screen Windows/Android unicorn device: real?

There's a dual-screen Surface tablet coming, and if it supports Android apps it might be a complete game changer.
1 day ago

Raspberry Pi gets a massive upgrade for the same price, and more

What you get from the Raspberry Pi for $35 is fairly ridiculous.
2 days ago

Farewell Google tablets, we hardly knew ye

The Google Pixel Slate is dead. Long live ...wait, nothing? Nothing at all?
5 days ago

Why Apple and Best Buy’s new repair deal delivers, and more

Big tech offers better repairs, with Best Buy now a complete Apple partner.
6 days ago

Galaxy Note 10 on August 7, touchscreen-less cars, and more

We're going back to Barclays with a potentially controversial phone, and much much more. Including more France thoughts from me.
June 19

Facebook announces Libra, the future of money?

Send money and buy things with money you give to a Facebook-founded foundation to turn into cryptocurrency. What could go wrong?
June 18

Huawei to lose $30 billion in next two years and Google steals lyrics?

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei is anticipating a steep sales decline over the next two years due to its recent U.S. blacklisting, and Google is accused of stealing Genius' lyrics.
June 17

Nintendo’s E3 surprises, and Zuckerberg deepfake tests Facebook

Nintendo has hit E3 2019 out of the park, while a deepfake video featuring the likeness of Mark Zuckerberg asks some questions of Facebook's fake video policies.
June 12

Ubisoft and Square Enix storm E3, plus Pixel 4 renders

Ubisoft reveals Watch Dogs Legion, Square Enix reveals Marvel's Avengers: A-Day, and a well-known leaker reveals potential Pixel 4 renders.
June 11

E3 2019: Everything that matters including the next-gen Xbox

E3 2019: Xbox, Xbox Scarlett, $, Halo, Doom and... Keanu Reeves?
June 10

Google Stadia isn’t Netflix of games, but I still pre-ordered: here’s why

Google Stadia details: Pro, free, or Founder's Edition. Wait, free? That's unexpected. Here's what's going on.
June 7
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