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Retail sales of the high end Android Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ handsets are scheduled to begin March 16. While the handsets outwardly look very similar there are key differences that will help buyers decide which model to select.
The first day of the 2018 Pwn2Own hacking competition saw security researchers demonstrate a host of zero-day vulnerabilities, though a number of targets, including Google's Chrome browser, were left unchallenged.
NEWS ANALYSIS: YouTube plans on running reality check postings alongside conspiracy theory videos and Google is imposing a ban on crypto-currency-related advertising to reduce the amount of fraudulent content in circulation.
Service is a native solution beyond Salesforce and ServiceNow that makes it available to companies with field-service management needs outside of those ecosystems. It can connect to any system of record.
Like Facebook before it, Google says move is designed to protect Internet users from unregulated financial products.
The impending Firefox Quantum 60 web browser release will benefit from new administrative controls that can aid with enterprise deployments.
McAfee Labs' latest threat report reveals that new malware reached a record high at the end of 2017, with new ransomware and macOS malware taking off.
Security firm CTS Labs reports that it discovered multiple flaws in AMD's EPYC and Ryzen processors, though the actual end-user impact is currently unclear.
DAILY VIDEO: Google is working on an alternative to Accelerated Mobile Pages, and U.S. 5G leadership is at the core of the Broadcom-Qualcomm bid regulatory review.
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