IN THIS ISSUE: Windows 10 Update Fails; Android Studio 3.2 Targets Pie; IEEE Calls it 'Wi-Fi 6'; Uber Fined $148m for Data Breach; TomTom's Free Maps API; The Disappearing Century-old Company;
Google's latest Android IDE builds apps as bundles (not APKs), and supports Slices, which shows features without opening the app.
Building on the success that "Wi-Fi" has had for wireless Ethernet, the IEEE will be going with "Wi-Fi 6" when referring to next-gen Wi-Fi.
Internet taxi company Uber was slapped with $148m in fines for exposing 57 million customers to hacking, and then trying to cover it up.
Mobile GPS pioneer TomTom has released its maps and traffic-flow tiles for free, giving developers an alternative to Google Maps.
Once upon a time in America, the vast majority of companies stuck around for 100 years or more. Now just a few do. Why?