Huawei becomes the world's No. 1 phone maker, Google offers freebies
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Huawei is the world's number one phone maker.
According to tech market analyst kanellis.
This is the first time in nine years that any company other than Samsung or Apple has been the market leader analyst said the Chinese phone makers shipped 55 point 8 million devices compared to Samsung's 53 point 7 million in the second quarter of this year.
Google announced it will offer access to some of its Google one cloud storage for free.
This includes automatic phone backup for Android and iOS users, even if they do not have a Google account.
Another feature being offered for free is a new storage manager tool that lets users of the app see and clean up their files across gmail, drive and photos.
NBC Universal streaming service peacock has signed up 10 million accounts.
Comcast owner of NBC Universal said this number exceeds its expectations.
As a metric sign ups means people who are registered with the service regardless of whether they are still using it.
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