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Like most 21st-century companies, Facebook is all about the user experience, or UX. That's what all the new tools help create.
Instagram, which Facebook bought in 2012 for $1 billion, is starting to make new headway by adding features on a frequent basis.
Take a few minutes on this day, check and see if all the photos in your smartphone are being backed up to a cloud service such as Google, Dropbox or iCloud. Oh, and back up important docs, too.
The Weather Company delivers about 37 billion forecasts daily. Its products include a weather app that runs on all major mobile platforms globally and the world's largest network of personal weather stations.
The Galaxy S8+ has a 6.2-inch display, while the S8 has a 5.8-inch screen. Both will run the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core CPUs in the U.S.
Google made significant strides in 2016 to get more Android devices updated and reduce the number of harmful applications, but more work remains.
DAILY VIDEO: How Google secures over a billion Android users; Amazon moves into teleconferencing business with Chime; Former NSA chief optimistic about cloud security; and there's more.
The move comes as the company continues to seek the cause of the battery fires and explosions that doomed Samsung's flagship Note7 phones.
Vulnerabilities related to Qualcomm and the Android mediaserver continue to account for many flaws. Google fixed dozens of vulnerabilities in its November update.
The Nougat operating system updates will start in South Korea and expand to other countries, including the United States, in the future.
The carrier is increasing its 6GB and 3GB GoPhone data plans to 8GB and 4GB per month for customers who choose the autopay option.
New artificial intelligence capabilities could be included in the upcoming Galaxy S8 smartphones when they are released in 2017.
A month after all Note7s were recalled due to battery fires, Samsung is cutting Note7 recharge rates to 60 percent to encourage more returns.