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Huawei has sued the United States government because of a ban that prevents the sale of certain Huawei products to the US government and its contractors.
Huawei's been in the news lately with it's new folding phone, the Huawei Mate X.
The company says the ban prevents it from serving its US customers and damages its reputation.
Huawei also claims the ban is unconstitutional.
Samsung's newest mainstream phone, the Galaxy S10, is hitting store shelves today.
There are several models available, the S10, the larger S10 Plus, and the budget S10E.
They range in prices from $750 all the way up to $1600 for the maxed-out Galaxy S10 Plus.
There is another model coming later this year called the S10 5G, which will tap into the next generation of wireless networks.
Nintendo is getting back into virtual reality for the first time in years.
The company announced the new Nintendo LABO VR Kit.
LABO is Nintendo's brand of cardboard accessories for the Nintendo Switch.
This new kit has VR goggles, which house the switch.
More cardboard attachments can be added to the goggles.
Several different VR kits will be available on April 12th, ranging from $20 to $80.
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