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At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, rival chip makers Intel and Qualcomm unveil technologies and plans for 5G connectivity in devices ranging from PCs to smartphones.
Consumers value safety sensors, GPS apps and other "connected car" tech advancements, but they're resisting self-driving cars—for now.
Samsung avoided making undertaking a major redesign of its latest smartphone models, the Galaxy S9 and S9+. The most significant improvements, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor are inside the case.
The deal puts to work PTC's integration and consulting talent alongside its ThingWorx Industrial Innovation Platform and Samsung's ARTIK Smart IoT Platform.
Indian telecom is building out Cisco’s Self-Optimizing Network to manage and support massive growth in data and voice traffic.
Refinements are many in the new Galaxy S9 and S9+ handsets, including a new dual aperture camera lens that promises improved low-light photos.
DAILY VIDEO: Qualcomm's offer to buy NXP complicates Broadcom's hostile takeover bid; the global cost of cyber-crime reached a new high of $600 billion in 2017; IBM discovers a Business Email Compromise attack tied to $5 million in losses; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: AT&T to implement first 5G service in 12 U.S. cities by end of 2018; Rising data center demand pushes up server DRAM revenue; Microsoft to devote $500 million in cash, services to support Startups; and there’s more.
Sony is planning to unveil its latest high-end smartphone, the Xperia XZ2 on the first day of Mobile World Congress 2018. Market talk indicates it will have the latest Qualcomm mobile processor to make it competitive with the latest Samsung and Apple handsets.
Under the Android Enterprise Recommended Program, Google will certify devices and services that meet certain requirements to be suitable for enterprise use.
Two weeks before Qualcomm shareholders meet, the two chip makers continue to spar over Broadcom’s $121 Billion bid to acquire the mobile chip maker.
Google Pay is internet giant’s rebranded payment service that consolidates the previously separate Android Pay and Google Wallet services that were competing for user support in an increasingly complex digital payments landscape.