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DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft unveils long-awaited Surface Pro hybrid tablet; Check Point discovers media subtitle vulnerability impacting millions; Citrix plans to add machine learning to its cloud later this year; and there's more.
The new Surface Pro hybrid tablet/laptop is support to replace the aging Surface Pro 4. But most of the enhancements are hidden away inside the device.
A virtualized workspace is similar to a virtual desktop implementation except that the central processing is done in the cloud rather than in a data center.
Google has released an expanded mobile payment suite that includes a new payment API along with tweaks to the in-app advertising platform and new app promotion options.
DAILY VIDEO: Google Play Protect bolsters Android mobile app security; AT&T launches U.S. LTE-M network for industrial IoT; Microsoft opens first cloud data centers in South Africa; and there's more.
Samsung is preparing to introduce the Galaxy S8 Active smartphone with the high-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and a tough design that can survive hard knocks at work or at home.
DAILY VIDEO: Google introduces search technology based on camera images; Embedded Windows medical 'devices' infected by WannaCry ransomware; WannaCry ransomware worm risk continues As exploit lands in Metasploit; and there's more.
While Android O was a major headline maker at the Google I/O conference, new internet of things initiative and new mobile image-based information service called Google Lens grabbed developers’ attention.
Google officials say the Play Protect feature is designed to continuously scan Android apps running on a device for malicious behavior.
DAILY VIDEO: Proposed laptop travel ban would wreak havoc on business travelers; LinkedIn's job-matching feature goes mobile; SAP rolls out CoPilot intelligent assistant for SAP S4/HANA Cloud; and there's more.
The telecom deployed its nationwide LTE-M network May 18; it is designed to join others in enabling new-generation IoT devices, applications and services.
Google Lens will allow Android users to instantly call up information on objects around them that are in context with their location and interests.