Live for the Week of September 18, 2016


InformationWeek Live for the Week of September 18, 2016

Join us for a roundup of the top stories on for the week of September 18, 2016. We'll be talking with the editors and correspondents who brought you the top stories of the week to get the "story behind the story." The on-air participants will share their take on why the big stories are important to you and your business and, sometimes, provide a look at the process that goes into deciding that a particular story is truly "big."

Join us for the show and for the incredible Friday Afternoon Conversation that runs beside the program. This is your chance to talk with your fellow community members about the news items that mean the most to your profession, your enterprise, and your work life. We'll look forward to having your voice in the discussion!

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    Xiaomi's Mi Band 2 is the perfect step and sleep counter for beginners

    Now we’ve got the Xiaomi Mi Band 2, a proper sequel to the Mi Band that combines the heart rate sensor introduced on the feature-bumped Mi Band 1S with a revised design and the introduction of a screen.The Mi Band 2 looks very similar to the original Mi Band.
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    Report: This Year's Nexus Phones Won't be Nexus Phones

    On one hand, we’ve seen no evidence of Nexus branding on any leak, including these images of a prototype device.He did, however, talk a lot about tweaking the software experience to some sort of proprietary experience that would be exclusive to Nexus phones.
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    And the Nominees Are: Google Announces First-Ever Google Play Awards

    These awards will be given out to developers in several different categories, such as Standout Startup, Best Families App, and Best Use of Google Play Game Services.Interestingly enough, Google already has its nominees, selected by a “panel of experts on the Google Play team,” and the public’s voice appears to have no say in who will win.
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    Google's Pixel Phones are Rated IP53 for Water and Dust Resistance

    I know the IP53 rating was rumored pre-launch, but now that the phones are official and that rating doesn’t seem to appear on any of the specs lists provided by Google, we just wanted to make sure you knew exactly where the Pixel and Pixel XL stand.At IP53, you are looking at a “Dust Protected” (5) category for solids, which means dust isn’t “entirely prevented,” but unless massive amounts of it enter your phone, it should be fine.