Huawei delays laptop reveal, Xbox head on the future of consoles
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Huawei is indefinitely delaying the announcement of the new Windows laptop.
The information reported on Tuesday.
Its the result of ongoing scrutiny from US government agencies.
Google and Facebook have actually since cut ties with the Chinese phone maker Google is letting customers use their Android phone as a security key for iOS devices.
This expansion arrives nearly two months after Google first unveiled the feature for more than a billion Android devices.
Security keys offer one of the best ways to protect your account against hacking.
But adoption has been a roadblock.
Finally head of Xbox, Phil Spencer spoke with CNET about/p the company's recent announcement of the follow web/p concept of Xbox 1 Project Scarlett.
When asked if Scarlett would likely be the company's last console, Spencer replied that in a world of streaming and the company's xCloud technology The best way to play for a few years to come will still be with a local device.
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