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DAILY VIDEO: Google's rumored Pixel 3 smartphones have analysts buzzing, and Microsoft releases performance-enhanced .NET Core 2.1.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Apple tells Worldwide Developers Conference 2018 attendees that the emphasis will be on performance, stability and backward compatibility in iOS 12.
The third-generation Pixel phones are expected this fall, according to a report, but Google has a lot to do to be competitive, say analysts.
Announcements included innovations in enterprise, entertainment, cinema, smart wearables, sensing suits, vision and audio enhancement, mixed reality sports and 3-D smartphone technology.
An encryption feature available with Google Pixel 2 smartphones ensures even an attacker with highly-privileged access to a mobile device won’t be able to access data.
The dip in China's smartphone shipments in 2017 has dragged down the global market, but India is expected to help lead a recovery in 2019.
Improvements to iOS 12 top the list of likely announcements during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference that will convene June 4 at the San Jose, Calif. Convention Center.
NEWS ANALYSIS: One of the biggest challenges in logistics is knowing where things are, whether that thing is a shipping container on the back of a truck or a package in a warehouse. This company now has the answer.
DAILY VIDEO: Google touts enterprise-friendly features in Android P, and Microsoft gives SharePoint collaboration a mixed-reality twist.
Verizon preorders for the new phone begin May 24, while Sprint and T-Mobile preorders begin on May 25.
Call for Code invites developers to create new applications to help communities and people better prepare for natural disasters.
The OnePlus 6 Android handset gets kudos for coming to the market with the high-end features such as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, but it gets dinged for looking a bit too much like the iPhone X.