Net neutrality vote passes in US Senate, OnePlus 6 officially revealed
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a resolution aimed at stopping the FCC's repeal of net neutrality passed in the US Senate by 2 votes.
Senate democrats are using a legislative Tool called the congressional review act as a last ditch effort to stop the repeal, but there are still two major hurdles.
The resolution must also gain a simple majority vote in the House of Representatives and get a signature of approval from President Trump.
One Plus has a new flagship.
The One Plus 6 was revealed at an event in London, and it's got a 6.3 inch screen, dual cameras with optical image stabilization, and can run Android P Beta.
It's also got a notch but One Plus says there's an option to add software based black bars to each side for a more traditional look.
Pricing starts at $529 and it will be available on May 22nd.
Google news is officially available on both Android and IOS.
The newstand app was announced at Google IO and launched for Android shortly thereafter, but now it's available for iPhones.
Google News uses AI to scan and sort articles around the web into storylines users can easily follow.
The apple continued to roll out to users across 127 countries.
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