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In addition to new pixel bugs and the pixel book go Google debut the pixel four and four XL and three colours starting at 799 for a 64 gigabyte version, it standout features include a variable 90 hertz display, a millimetre wave radar for fast face unlocking brand new specific hand gestures.
And dual rear cameras that promise to improve upon the pixels already impressive camera.
Google Assistant is better integrated in the pixel four, and now features a voice recorder that can transcribe on the fly.
Uber has laid off 350 employees across several teams within the company representing roughly 1% of the total workforce.
This is Uber's third round of layoffs in the past ten weeks as the company tries to gain its footing after a rough few months following a debut on Wall Street.
And finally, Samsung says it will be rolling out a fix for a Galaxy S10 issue.
According to a report, the in-screen fingerprint scanner could be fooled if there's a certain type of screen protector on top of it.
Apparently the scanner is recognizing the protector when pressed and not the actual fingerprint.
This leads to the device getting unlocked.
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