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pixel 4 reviews are out just a week after the debut in New York.
Critics say it has one of the best cameras around, but it's expensive given the limited amount of onboard storage and lack of an expansion option.
It also has a chip inside that has been on the market for most of the year, which some worry may get outdated sooner than later.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was grilled on Capitol Hill this week.
Once again in the hot seat defending his company.
The hearing was slated to focus on Facebook's cryptocurrency, Libra.
But quickly detoured into questions about election interference, data breaches, misleading political ads and helping hate groups organized.
And finally Verizon customers with the carriers unlimited plan will receive months of Disney plus for free starting on November 12.
After the promotion, the cost will jump up to 699 a month.
To qualify, customers must enroll in an unlimited plan before June 1, 2020.
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