Cyber Monday a huge success, Pixel Slate reviews are in
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Cyber Monday broke US records, with 7.9 billion dollars in sale.
According to Adobe Analytics, it was the largest online shopping day in US history, and a 19% increase over last year.
For comparison, the average sales number on any given day in the US is 1.4 billion.
Reviews of the Pixel Slate are out and they're not exactly great.
Critics are upset with the Slate's numerous software bugs, though almost everyone agrees the build quality is solid.
Some reviews criticize the apps and the tablet as being difficult to use.
Though the inclusion of two USB C ports is a definite plus.
For more, you can read CNET's review.
And finally, Google employees are taking the next step in protesting Dragonfly, the controversial search product for the Chinese market.
It may help the country's government track searches.
More than 200 employees joined Amnesty International, publishing a letter demanding Google cancel the project.
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