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REGULATORY ANALYSIS: The Federal Communications Commission forms a task force while the Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearings on the plans by T-Mobile and Sprint, the nation’s third and fourth wireless carriers to merge.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Analyst claims Sharp’s expansion into notebook markets lines up with Foxconn Group’s internet and industrial-focused vision and will allow Foxconn Group to cut into the ecosystem of notebook OEMs.
Announcements included innovations in enterprise, entertainment, cinema, smart wearables, sensing suits, vision and audio enhancement, mixed reality sports and 3-D smartphone technology.
NEWS ANALYSIS: We’re only a short time away from allowing our cars to make traffic decisions in transporting us around town; now we’re on the edge of letting digital assistants make dinner reservations for us—also without human intervention.
Now buyers can get Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9+ phones with 128GB or 256GB of internal storage when purchasing them through Samsung.com.
It's all about how to integrate user authentication automatically into the user experience (UX), so that the user doesn't have to think about checking into or turning on a device in a secure fashion.
New optimizations will help Android developers cut the time it takes to debug their apps.
BlackBerry's secure container solution supports Microsoft's Office apps for secure on-the-go productivity.
The security suite helped Google remove more unwanted apps from Android devices and its mobile app store in 2017, the company says.
While BlackBerry may be out of the smartphone handset business, the company also knows how to do security software, and not only for connected devices.
At an international press event, the company offered insights into early-stage use cases for 5G chips, chipsets and modems; revealed an international group of 18 telecom partners who are updating their systems in anticipation of the new hardware; and previewed a new set of 5G wireless services.
Industry reports say that Apple will focus on improving performance and stability in iOS 12, while Google is working to tune Android P to work with the latest mobile devices, particularly smartphones with curved screens.
Chris Preimesberger | Updated
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