Apple says the iPhone XR is a winner, US Army makes deal with Microsoft
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Remember those reports that said Apple iPhone sales were not great?
Well, Apple's VP of Product Management told CNET that the iPhone XR has been the company's most popular iPhone each and every day since the day it became available.
The XR is the Iphone model with Iphone XS styling, but it starts at $749.
That being said, the company no longer details the unit sales of Iphone's and major devices.
The US army announced a deal with Microsoft for integrated visual augmentation Augmentation system prototypes that likely need some kind of version of Microsoft's Hollow Lens Augmented Reality headsets.
The contract is worth around $480 million dollars.
According to one report, Magic Leap was in the bidding before losing out to Microsoft.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai will take part in his first congressional hearing On December 5th.
Back in September Google declined to send an appropriate representative to a hearing where both Facebook COO Cheryl Sandberg, and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey were present.
Pichai is expected to testify on Google's perceived bias against conservatives.
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