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U.S. Congress and White House working on plans to ban equipment from ZTE and Huawei

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Huawei and ZTE, two multi-national telecommunications companies based in China, are under fire by the United States and other governments over the companies' ties to the Chinese government. ZTE nearly shut down last year over an import ban, and now it and Huawei may be prevented from selling telecommunications equipment to the United States.

According to Bloomberg, the Trump administration is considering an executive order that could "significantly restrict" Chinese state-owned telecom companies from operating in the United States.

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8 of our favorite tech deals this week: Phone clearance prices, projectors, and more

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Winter sucks for shopping. At least, it does if you're doing it in the traditional sense: driving out in the snow, fighting for parking, and watching the sun set before you're even half done. It's enough to drive someone to ditch the brick-and-mortar life and commit to an online retail existence. As luck would have it, we've spotted a bunch of good deals from some of our favorite online stores, ready to save you a buck or two on mobile tech.

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Snag a 43" 4K smart Toshiba Fire TV for just $200, an all-time low (40% off MSRP)

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We found a particularly tempting TV sale this Sunday $200 for a Toshiba 43" Fire TV. With HDR support, this 4K LED TV is a Fire TV Edition device, so you can bark commands across the living room.

The TV is well-reviewed, with praises for the image quality and voice functionality, though viewing angles aren't the greatest. Last month we saw another Toshiba 43" Fire TV on sale for $220, thought that was just 1080p.

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Snag a 43" 4K smart Toshiba Fire TV for just $200, an all-time low (40% off MSRP) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



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The Pixel 3 and 3 XL are $150 off on the Google Store

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During last year's Black Friday, Google dropped the price of the Pixel 3 and 3 XL by $200 and $150, respectively. If you missed out on that deal, the company has once again dropped the price of its flagship phones. The Pixel 3 now starts at $649 ($150 off) for 64GB of storage, and the Pixel 3 XL starts at $749 ($150 off) for the same amount of storage.

The models sold on the Google Store are carrier-unlocked, so you can use them on any network — including Verizon and Sprint.

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Weekend poll: Which do you use more, Google Maps or Waze?

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In the last week, Google Maps has been rolling out some welcome navigational improvements. We've got support for speed limits and speed traps, now, both of which sound pretty familiar. As this Waze-ification of Maps continues, we realize we've never actually asked our readers: Which of the two apps do you use more?

I strongly suspect there's going to be a geographic divide when it comes to use between the two, but I don't know precisely where it might land.

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[Update: Last day] We're giving away seven APEMAN TRAWO 4K action cameras, plus $28 off coupons for everyone else (US)

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There is no shortage of action cameras on the market today, but many of them are very expensive. We've partnered with APEMAN to give away seven of the company's TRAWO action cameras, and if you want to buy one, we have an exclusive coupon that drops the Amazon price to $71.99.

The TRAWO camera has a 170-degree 20MP sensor, capable of recording 4K at 30FPS (real 4K, not upscaled) or 1440p at 60FPS, with a seven-layer glass lens and UV protection film.

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20 best new Android games released this week including Oddmar, Hang Line: Mountain Climber, and Galaxy Stack

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Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the last week or so. This week I have a gorgeous platformer from the devs of Leo's Fortune, an awesome casual mountain climbing game, and a quirky pixel-based shmup that mixes in block stacking mechanics for something that feels fresh yet familiar. So without further ado, here are the most notable games released this week.

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