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Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ and might even show off the long-anticipated Galaxy X design at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona.
New Google Pay app for Android is part of an effort by the company to enable a consistent payment experience across its products and services.
DAILY VIDEO: Qualcomm offers previews of its 5G chipsets and services; new Juniper switches and software smooth the enterprise's path to the cloud; Google introduces a new high-performance VM option for cloud customers; and there's more.
Consumers prefer to use their smartphones whenever they do business with their wireless service provides rather than tablets, desktops, or laptops according to a J.D. Power survey on wireless purchasing experiences.
DAILY VIDEO: Qualcomm unveils fast Snapdragon X24 LTE modem for mobile devices; New Arm chip handles machine learning workloads on mobile devices; Email fraud attacks continue to grow, Proofpoint reports; and there’s more.
At an international press event, the company offered insights into early-stage use cases for 5G chips, chipsets and modems; revealed an international group of 18 telecom partners who are updating their systems in anticipation of the new hardware; and previewed a new set of 5G wireless services.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X24 LTE modem, which will be available in devices later in 2018, supports speeds up to 2 Gbps.
Arm’s new Project Trillium platform includes special processors for mobile devices to efficiently run machine learning, artificial intelligence and object-detection workloads.
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Startup Exhibition companies are given access to global audiences through media and onsite at the annual StartupGrind conference, held Feb. 12 through Feb. 14 in Redwood City, Calif.
DAILY VIDEO: Panasonic's Toughbook 20 rugged 2-in-1 gets a faster CPU and standard SSD; 36 are indicted for participating in a cybercrime ring that stole $530 million; LinkedIn's AI-enabled Resume Assistant for Microsoft Word is live; and there's more.
In July, Google's Chrome browser will begin to label any site and any web page still using HTTP as "not secure."