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Starting this week developers will be able to use the Google Action development platform to build conversation interfaces with the company’s digital assistant technology.
DAILY BRIEFING: Microsoft completes $26 Billion LinkedIn social network acquisition; Google develops way to cut size of app updates By 65 Percent; Vast majority of iOS apps fail to meet Apple's encryption requirements; and there's more.
Diagrams leap from the desktop and land on Apple iOS tablets with Microsoft's new Visio Viewer for iPad. Visio has been Microsoft's mainstay diagramming tool on Windows for decades.
With approximately 70 million subscribers, T-Mobile isn’t the biggest or the most profitable wireless carrier in the United States. But over the past couple of years, it’s arguably been the most innovative carrier—or, at least that’s the image it tries to project, calling itself the “Un-Carrier.”...
Developers of iOS apps have their work cut out for them as the New Year approaches, as only 3 percent of top apps implement Apple's mandated App Transport Security.
DAILY VIDEO: AT&T's first 5G business trial handles new high speed mobile apps; SCOTUS trims restitution for Apple in Samsung copyright case; Microsoft gives social AI chatbots another go With Zo; and there's more.
Attorneys for Samsung have likened the case to making an automaker turn over the full profits for a car, for infringing on cup holder design.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The next iPhone might have a curved screen, wireless charging and an OLED display, or it might not have any of those things depending on who you believe.
Rather than abandon it's struggling mobile phone business news leaks suggest the company is preparing new models for release in late 2017.
Apple’s iPhone 7 is expected to be one of the most popular smartphone options this holiday season. And it’s a good bet that nearly all new owners will be hitting Apple’s App Store to look for third-party applications that extend their new handset’s features. Fortunately for them, the App Store...