The suspect apparently had more than one smartphone.
The Chinese tech giant is making a platform for more than just phones.
It's just an incremental update for the 2020 model year.
A European privacy watchdog is taking a keen interest in what happens to personal data collected through Alexa.
You can also pick up the 2018 version, with a faster 256GB SSD, for $1,050.
It's still $69, but at least it can now output in 4K at a 60Hz refresh rate to a compatible monitor.
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In today's top stories, augmented reality directions are coming to Google Maps on iOS and Android. Meanwhile, Facebook looks into being a middleman for streaming video providers and viewers.
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It's ready for phones, Huawei says. But the company isn't switching quite yet.
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