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Chinese telecom equipment maker, Huawei, is gearing up to sue the US government, The New York Times and Reuters have reported.
The suit is likely to challenge the national defense authorization act put into effect last year.
Washington has deemed Huawei's phones as a potential security threat.
Due to the company's close relationship with the Chinese government and allegations of possible spying.
Facebook is facing new concerns over the way the company handles users' cell phone numbers.
That are saved for two factor authenticity purposes.
According to multiple reports those numbers are searchable and apparently it's not possible to opt out of using the feature.
Facebook admitted the company used the numbers for ad tracking last year.
And finally, Intel has debuted details regarding USB4 which will be capable of 40 gigabits per second transfers, potentially across current certified USBC cables.
This is on the heels of a USB 3.2 announcement which claims speeds of 20 gb per second in devices later this year.
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