The compact 3.2-inch smartphone is now available without a network, meaning users in the US can choose a network besides Verizon. The only major network not included is Sprint. The unlocked version is $350.
The upgraded toys will include NFC chips. By scanning these into phones and tablets, users can track the lifetime performance of their Hot Wheels cars. While they don't actively record data, these cars store information such as speed and laps.
The company surprisingly confirmed its upcoming smartphone. Motivated by leaks on the subject, Google decided to confirm the Pixel 4 with an image on Twitter. Unfortunately, it has not been met with an entirely positive response.
The latest MateBook was set to be announced this week, but Huawei is putting things on hold due to trade issues with the US. Microsoft has removed Huawei laptops from their online store and the brand is halting production.