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DAILY VIDEO: OnePlus attackers steal credit card data from 40,000 customers; Google and Amazon are among the IT giants backing Microsoft in its Supreme Court case; Google rolls out an unlimited data plan for Project Fi wireless users; and there's more.
A report by market research firm Gartner predicts that 80 percent of smartphones will have built-in artificial intelligence features by 2022.
With companies deploying robotics/AI technologies to address quality control, customer relations, recruitment and other day-to-day business needs, the very concept of the workplace could soon be defined by machines as much as humans.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Intel says it has discovered the root cause of random processor reboots and updated the list of affected systems, which appears to be nearly all of them.
As high-bandwidth applications become ingrained in our daily lives, the implementation of an adaptive network–one that enables you to avoid network complexity–becomes even more important.
Microsoft's collection of software helpers for classroom learns new tricks and eyes more Office apps.
Private-access internet services like this are extremely difficult for hackers to access, thus the major reason for having them in the first place: They are 99 (or more) percent secure.
Google's Article 3D viewer enables users to view digital content imposed on real-world images.
Lenovo and JP introduce new Windows PCs for the classroom with prices starting at under $200.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The new year has started off with a flurry of acquisition activity in the cyber-security space that is likely to continue for the rest of the year.