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How to get the Windows 10 May 2019 Update right now

It isn’t enough to have great new devices, apps, and games — you also have to know how to use them. Here at The Verge, we offer step-by-step how-tos for experienced and new users who are working with online, macOS, Windows, Chrome OS, iOS, and Android apps, services, phones, laptops, …

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Justice Department recommends blocking T-Mobile-Sprint merger

On Wednesday, the Antitrust Division at the United States Justice Department recommended that the law enforcement agency block the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, according to Reuters. The $26 billion merger deal was greenlit for future approval by the Federal Communications Commission earlier this week after T-Mobile agreed to …

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EE and Vodafone drop Huawei phones from 5G launch in the UK

UK mobile carriers EE and Vodafone have dropped Huawei devices from the launch of their respective 5G networks. It’s the latest example of carriers distancing themselves from the Chinese tech giant after Google pulled the company’s Android license in response to a US government ban. Both the carriers were set …

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ARM cuts ties with Huawei, threatening future chip designs

Chip designer ARM has suspended business with Huawei, threatening the Chinese company’s ability to create its own chips. BBC News reports that ARM employees have been instructed to halt “all active contracts, support entitlements, and any pending engagements” with Huawei due to the US trade ban. The US has banned …

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That tiny Google alarm clock from Lenovo ships next month

Lenovo’s Smart Clock, the small Google Assistant-equipped smart display that it announced at CES, will be released next month on June 2nd. 9to5Google notes that the device is available to pre-order now at Walmart, Home Depot, and Lenovo’s own online store, and will cost $79 in the US, in line …

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Why Apple stock hasn't bottomed despite a vicious selloff

With Apple’s (AAPL) business model being caught in the crosshairs of the nasty U.S. versus China trade battle, the tech king’s stock may still not be cheap enough to buy from a valuation perspective even after a vicious selloff. “I am hesitant to say this is the bottom [for Apple] …

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