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Microsoft launches Seeing AI, a mobile app for the visually impaired, and announces new artificial intelligence initiatives to help bring the technology further into the mainstream.
DAILY VIDEO: Qualcomm wants some Apple iPhones banned from the U.S.; Copycat malware could be the harbinger of even worse cyber-attacks; Arista suspends imports of switches in dispute with Cisco; and there's more.
Symantec makes its second acquisition in two weeks, adding critical mobile operating system security capabilities, including Apple iOS.
The second price cut since March drops the cost by 50 percent from the combined original $798 price for the Rift VR headset and Touch hand controllers.
Red, the maker of high-end digital video cameras favored by professional movie makers, is getting ready to introduce a $1,600 Android smartphone called Hydrogen.
Mobile market chatter indicates that Lenovo plans to introduce a new smartphone model called the Moto X4 that will include some high-end features, but will have a price that attracts budget-conscious buyers.
REVIEW: The latest iPad Pros have a wealth of improved features that bring a lot to the table for business users, while also providing a look at what Apple could do for other iPads models.
Mobile market rumors say Google is sure to update its in-house designed Pixel 2 handset with faster processors, larger screens and other upgrades.
With its touch screen, virtual keyboard and the ability to install add on a universe of personal and business applications, Apple's iPhone defined the features and capabilities of a true smartphone.
Microsoft releases its new streamlined Enterprise Mobility + Security administration interface on the Azure Portal.