Facebook hit with antitrust lawsuits, AirPods Max impressions
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The Federal Trade Commission and 48 states have officially sued Facebook for alleged abuse of monopoly power.
The first lawsuit filed by 48 state attorneys general accuses Facebook of buying companies to illegally stifle competition.
The FTC filed a related antitrust complaint in a separate lawsuit.
The filings come as tech giants face increasing antitrust scrutiny from lawmakers around the globe.
Facebook didn't immediately have a comment about the lawsuit.
We got our hands on Apple's newest headphones, the AirPods Mac.
The $550 headset has excellent build quality, along with noise cancellation that rivals the best of the best.
The air pods max also have impressive sound with tight bass, natural mids and Chris pot.
The headphones are also comfortable but a bit on the heavier side outweighing the closest competition by over 100 grams.
Once we get more time with the air pods max will put out a full review on cnet.com.
And finally, one of the biggest titles set for the Xbox series x and s has a new release window.
Halo infinite was originally meant to launch with the new xboxes and creative director of the game now says the game will ship in the fall of 2021.
when it's released, it will also be available for Xbox game pass.
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