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DAILY VIDEO: SoftBank's board is calling a halt to a Sprint-T-Mobile merger, reports say; Facebook will tell Congress that 126 million users saw Russian ads; a Google appeal claims the EU misstated facts when it imposed a massive fine; and there's more.
Security researchers demonstrate new zero-day vulnerabilities in fully patched Apple, Samsung and Huawei mobile devices at the Mobile Pwn2Own 2017 security event in Tokyo.
Personas can serve as the central record of an entire relationship with a customer and create personalized experiences everywhere the company interacts with its users–whether it's in email, advertisements, social media, push notifications, in-app or even inside the store.
DAILY VIDEO: Google investigates reports of defects in Pixel 2 smartphones; Data Analytics, Machine Learning Drive Google's Cloud Growth, CEO Says Cygilant launches new vulnerability, patch management cloud service; and there's more.
After iPhone X buyers take delivery of their smartphones starting Nov. 3, they will be looking for accessories to protect and enhance their devices. Here are some of the best available at the Apple Store.
NEWS ANALYSIS: SoftBank's Board of Directors is reportedly calling off a long-discussed merger of wireless carriers Sprint and T-Mobile that would have put the combined companies on par with AT&T and Verizon.
High demand and the fast sellout of iPhone models on Oct. 27 means that many customers likely must wait until early 2018 before they get their hands on Apple’s top-of-the-line smartphone.
Google is evaluating reports by some users of its newly-released Pixel 2 smartphones of clicking noises during calls and display defects.
Revenue was cited at $24.54 billion against $23.56 billion projected by Wall Street analysts.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Preorders for Apple’s iPhone X start early Friday morning amid rumors that the company reduced the testing standards for a critical part of the handset's facial recognition system.