US officials pressure T-Mobile, Sprint parent companies to drop Huawei, too

US officials pressure T-Mobile, Sprint parent companies to drop Huawei, too

It would appear that the United States Government is putting pressure on Huawei not only inside the USA, but abroad as well. On concerns that the brand Huawei is a sort of spy for the Chinese state, the US Government effectively carpet-bombed Huawei out of North America - getting all major carriers to drop all Huawei brand products in the process. Now it would seem that the US government wants not only T-Mobile and Sprint to continue to avoid Huawei, it wants their parent companies to drop Huawei hardware as well.

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Cadillac XT6 three-row SUV will begin brand reboot in Detroit

Cadillac XT6 three-row SUV will begin brand reboot in Detroit

Cadillac plans a new, three-row crossover, the Cadillac XT6, to help rebuild its range, after the struggling automaker took an axe to its line-up in a series of shocking cuts recently. The new XT6 will make its debut at the Detroit Auto Show 2019 in mid-January, as Cadillac attempts to coax further sales out of one of the more popular categories.

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PlayStation 4 Pro Kingdom Hearts III bundle arrives in January

PlayStation 4 Pro Kingdom Hearts III bundle arrives in January

Sony is preparing to launch a limited edition Kingdom Hearts III PlayStation 4 Pro bundle. The company introduced its new console design today, revealing a dark model with subtle, intricate graphics featuring game elements on top. The bundle will be offered to consumers in the United States and Canada starting late next month.

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This Sonos Beam deal is a rare promo on a TV sound upgrade

This Sonos Beam deal is a rare promo on a TV sound upgrade

Sonos' Beam smart speaker soundbar has seen an unexpected price cut, with the Alexa-powered home theater gadget getting a pre-holiday deal. Launched earlier this year, the Sonos Beam is the streaming speaker company's latest model to support Amazon Alexa, though it's more than just a way to interact with the virtual assistant.

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Apple Music arrives on Amazon Echo speakers: Here’s how to link it

Apple Music arrives on Amazon Echo speakers: Here’s how to link it

Apple Music is now a supported music streaming service on Amazon Echo speakers, joining Spotify, Deezer, Pandora, and other competing services. The new support is rolling out to the Alexa mobile apps, giving users the option of enabling Apple Music as a music service. Once linked, Echo owners can ask Alexa to play their favorite tunes from Apple Music.

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Android’s AOSP moves further from Google’s strict guidance

Android’s AOSP moves further from Google’s strict guidance

Today the folks at AOSP (Android Open Source Project) at Google revealed their newest move to make the "OSP" part of AOSP far more real. Google owns Android, yes, but they've also kept the Open Source Project bit a reality since the very beginning. This week the developers at Google released a tool that'll make it far easier for 3rd-party (read: non-Google) developers to lend their skills to the development of AOSP, and potentially play a part in guiding what takes priority in Android development, and when.

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Fortnite stuffs the Infinity Blade into the vault

Fortnite stuffs the Infinity Blade into the vault

Well, that didn't take long: the Infinity Blade is leaving Fortnite just as quickly as it appeared. Epic announced that it's vaulting the Infinity Blade for the time being, giving no indication of when the weapon might return. If you were sick of falling victim to the overpowered weapon, then it sounds like you can resume playing Fortnite in peace.

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2019 Hyundai Kona Electric priced for aggressive launch

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric priced for aggressive launch

Hyundai has confirmed pricing for the 2019 Kona Electric, and the EV crossover is shaping up to be one of the most affordable options on the US market. The Kona Electric will start at $36,450 before any incentives or tax credits; after those, Hyundai points out, the EV could come in at under $30k.

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Amazon Echo Wall Clock with Alexa timer support is now available

Amazon Echo Wall Clock with Alexa timer support is now available

In September, Amazon took the wraps off the Echo Wall Clock, a seemingly basic analog clock with the ability to pair with an Echo device. In addition to its traditional appearance, the Echo Wall Clock features 60 LEDs that display timer countdowns. The clock requires a companion Echo, Echo Dot, or other Echo product to fully function.

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Implosion Fabrication: MIT can now shrink structures to nanoscale

Implosion Fabrication: MIT can now shrink structures to nanoscale

It's called Implosion Fabrication. They can't quite shrink humans yet, but they can print a very tiny version of most any shape you choose. The MIT responsible for this project invented a way to capture the shape of an object and replicate it, further shrinking it down to nanoscale upon drying. It's sort of like Ant Man and the Wasp (2018), but just a little bit different.

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Discord game store takes on Steam and Epic with better dev deals

Discord game store takes on Steam and Epic with better dev deals

A couple of weeks ago, Epic announced that it was launching a digital storefront that would compete with Steam, the giant of PC gaming. One way Epic is hoping to tempt developers and publishers over to its own store is by offering a better revenue split than Steam does, only taking 12% of each game's sale as opposed to Steam's 30%. Today, Discord is throwing its hat in the ring by announcing that its own game store will soon offer an even better revenue split than both Steam and Epic.

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Facebook API bug exposed photos of millions of users

Facebook API bug exposed photos of millions of users

Facebook's seemingly never-ending string of privacy and security scandals continues today. The company has announced a security flaw in its photo API that has affected as many as 6.8 million users. This bug potentially exposed user photos to apps that use the photo API, even in some cases impacting photos that were never posted.

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