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DAILY VIDEO: Google launches its Pixel 2 XL and Pixel 2 smartphones with squeezable sides; Oracle launches the enterprise-grade Blockchain Cloud Service; Google adds a custom role feature to Cloud IAM data access controls; and former Intel CEO Paul Otellini dies at 66.
Facebook users will soon see a new button on articles that they can click to learn context about the story's publisher. The social network believes these pop-up windows will help readers determine whether or not the news is from a credible outlet.
Narrowing the gap between desktop PC and mobile experiences, Microsoft releases a preview Edge app that allows iPhone users to resume their web browsing sessions on Windows 10.
With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, high-end cameras and new "Active Edge" Feature, Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have what it takes to stay competitive in crowded mobile hardware field.
After a brush with corporate death, the AltspaceVR social virtual reality platform is acquired by Microsoft.
Google also introduced a new Pixelbook Chromebook, new Google Home devices, the latest Daydream View virtual reality headset, a new Clips camera and more.
Google is expected to debut its Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones at an Oct. 4 event. Google may discuss its other technologies as well, including Google Home and a new Chromebooks.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple iPhone X delay rumors swirl due to component issues; intelligence experts say cyber-thieves and nation-state hackers are teaming up; Microsoft releases its SQL Server 2017 database on Linux systems; and there's more.
Extended Service Provider SquareTrade conducted durability tests on the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus and found they face significant risk of damage resulting from drops and falls.
The iPhone X is facing production delays due to problems in manufacturing the 3D sensors used for facial recognition, reports say.
Early users of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are reporting some hardware and software issues with the smartphones. Other users say they are pleased with the handsets' processing power and the wireless charging.
The new Broadcom GPS chips will bring significant improvements for GPS performance in smartphones, wearables and other mobile devices.