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Computer industry trade association CompTIA surveyed the views of private citizens and IT professionals working for municipal governments about building smart cities.
Meanwhile, Facebook has begun overhauling how it handles political ads on its platform and plans changes before the U.S. midterm elections next year.
Dell Technologies is using its broad product and services portfolio to create new Internet of Things Division and will invest $1 billion in IoT product and service development efforts.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Federal Communications Commission has approved a license to enable Alphabet's X innovation lab to set up its Project Loon communications system to provide emergency cell service to hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico.
Facebook users will soon see a new button on articles that they can click to learn context about the story's publisher. The social network believes these pop-up windows will help readers determine whether or not the news is from a credible outlet.
Polycom announced on Sept. 26 that its iconic conference phones will worked with the Microsoft Teams collaboration platform.
The company employs more than 73,000 employees worldwide, so the layoffs represent less than half of 1 percent of the entire head count.
The company’s CYW43012 combo solution is designed to bring longer battery life and better range to a wide array of internet of things devices.
ClearCaster was designed and built in collaboration with Facebook to ensure clean, clear broadcasts and user engagement on Facebook Live, and from any workflow.
The Verizon report, ‘State of the Market: Internet of Things,’ indicates that the corporate world is starting to view the internet of things as a platform for innovative new businesses.