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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.
Some of the trends include: "New Space Stack Will Enable Extraterrestrial Commerce"; "Voice First Will Open Up Internet to the World"; and "China Accelerates Past the U.S. in Key Technology Areas."
NEWS ANALYSIS: Oxfam is an international confederation of 20 organizations working together with partners in more than 90 countries. It's now using new-gen tools such as Workplace for Facebook, Okta for security and Aware by Wiretap for governance and compliance ahead of GDPR.
The next version of the mobile operating system will make it easier for administrators and users to ensure Android devices are operate securely in workplaces.
DAILY VIDEO: Hydrogen One Phone With Holographic Display Coming to Verizon, AT&T Barracuda Launches Web Application Firewall as a Service.
Intel this week introduced what it calls the OpenVINO (Open Visual Inference & Neural Network Optimization) toolkit. This toolset is designed to fast-track development of high-performance computer vision and deep learning inference applications at the edge.
REVIEW: Dell’s new Latitude 5290 business tablet is really a laptop replacement and it’s a worthy competitor to Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet.
Designed for content creators, social media experts and enterprise marketing professionals, the Hydrogen One smartphone from Red offers new video capabilities.
IoT news: AT&T launches the LTE-M Button powered by Amazon Web Services, which offers customers one-click service that is expected to save time and money for scores of users.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In a surprise Tweet over the weekend, President Donald Trump announced that he has instructed the Department of Commerce to back off its order preventing sales to ZTE.
DAILY VIDEO: Cavium introduces the ThunderX2 Arm server chip for data center systems, and Red Hat advances OpenShift with IBM and Microsoft integrations.