THIS WEEK: Android Things 1.0 Includes BSPs; Real-time Location Data Breach; Google's Smart Compose; Robotic Dog Sale Date; IBM Bans Flash Drives; Improving Efficiency With Drones; US to Use Robots in War
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THIS WEEK: TC Sessions Robotics 2018 Show; Google Launches '.app' TLD; The Future of Healthcare IT; Code Refactoring with Android Studio; Front-End Development Handbook 2018; Google Halts Nougat Certification for New Devices
THIS WEEK: Human spinal implant designed by computer; Smartphone case adds enterprise scanning; Android Studio 3.1 Released; New York is Testbed of 'COSMOS' Mobile Tech Project; Amazon's Budget-priced S3 Service; Goo.gl service ends; Samsung To Enter Mobile Payment Market
THIS WEEK: Apple-IBM partner on app dev; Essential camera-notch patent; Intel Vault smart specs (video); 'Right-to-repair' bill tips device makers' apple cart; Android P preview;
U.S. intelligence issues phone warnings; Google gets IoT help from LogMeIn; Exploring Android-KTX; Self-piloted drone; 20th anniversary of open source software
Officials from the CIA, FBI, NSA and other U.S. agencies have issued a warning not to use phones or services from these Chinese companies.
Qualcomm rejects latest takeover bid; Chinese police use specs to ID suspects; Amazon patents device to track worker movements; Google Flights gets smarter.
After substantially sweetening its offer, semiconductor giant Broadcom's hostile takeover bid of rival Qualcomm has been rebuffed again.
Qualcomm in the Hot Seat; Android 8.1 Judges Wi-Fi Connections; UK Company Unveils .5TB microSD Card; IoT Company Explores Indoor Mapping
Chip-maker Qualcomm has been slapped by the European Union with a $1.2 billion fine, accused of exclusionary practices in its dealings with Apple.