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DAILY VIDEO: Samsung's feature-packed Galaxy S8 phone comes with higher parts costs; Microsoft retiring Wunderlist in wake of To-Do app release; Linux Foundation launches EdgeX Foundry for IoT edge interoperability; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Qualcomm says Windows 10 devices With ARM CPUs to reach market in Q4; Government demands for Google user data set all time high in 2016; Riverbed acquires Xirrus to extend SD-WAN technology portfolio; and there's more.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 has an excellent screen and battery life is top notch, but there are some shortcomings that reduce this smartphones value.
Commercial versions of the all-electric Kitty Hawk Flyer will be available for recreational use later this year.
Microsoft releases To-Do, a task-management app that will soon take the place of its popular predecessor, Wunderlist.
The parts inside Samsung's latest flagship phone cost $43.34 more than those in the company's previous Galaxy S7 handset, says a report.
DAILY VIDEO: Security Vendors Warn of Banking Malware, Spyware on Google Play; Oracle Patches 299 Vulnerabilities in April Critical Patch Update; Docker Takes Aim at Modernizing Traditional Enterprise Applications; and there's more.
A Google white paper says its three-tiered approach to mobile security allows for greater flexibility and better enforcement of security policies.
The 12-inch, enterprise-targeted notebook/tablet device will sell for $1,429 when it begins shipping on May 23. Consumer versions are also coming.
Google has removed both apps from its Android Play store, but one was downloaded more than one million times since 2014.
Customers traveling in 165 countries also can get high-speed data options at daily or weekly rates and voice calling at 20 cents a minute.
DAILY VIDEO: T-Mobile spends nearly $8 billion as top bidder in FCC 600 MHz auction; Criminals, intelligence agents shared zero-day Microsoft Word flaw; Visual Studio for Mac update takes inspiration from Windows; and there's more.
Instagram, which Facebook bought in 2012 for $1 billion, is starting to make new headway by adding features on a frequent basis.