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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.
Anything with Bluetooth, including devices running Android, iOS, Linux and Windows, is vulnerable to any of eight separate flaws revealed last week and collectively known as "BlueBorne."