• Ready for a new iPad? Apple may march out a bezel-free iPad Pro and more

    Ready for a new iPad? Apple may march out a bezel-free iPad Pro and more

    Get ready for something new in 2017, though, as rumors are spreading we’ll see three new full-size iPad models introduced, including one with a new screen size.A new Apple Pencil stylus and a new iPad Mini may also join them.
  • What keeps CIOs up at night?

    What keeps CIOs up at night?

    Download While it used to be an ancillary part of the business, IT is now taking on a central strategic role that touches every facet of the business.With data breaches making daily news headlines and the near-constant pressure to stay on top of the latest best practices, it's a formidable challenge for the CIO who is expected to do more and more in an increasingly demanding environment, with less money to pay for it.
  • Breach Detection Systems: Product Selection Guide

    Breach Detection Systems: Product Selection Guide

    Download Breach detection systems (BDS) are security products that offer timely detection of threats.When evaluating these products, customers must take into account traditional factors, such as security effectiveness, deployment options, performance, and administrative capabilities, as well as other metrics, such as time to detect threats and system visibility.
  • Rumor: iPhone 8 to Feature Laser-Powered Facial Recognition

    Rumor: iPhone 8 to Feature Laser-Powered Facial Recognition

    Analysts from Cowen and Company on Tuesday issued a research note indicating that Apple's next flagship may "include some form of facial/gesture recognition supported by a new laser sensor and an infrared sensor mounted near the front-facing camera.7 inches, and 5.
  • Advanced Endpoint Protection: When Should an Enterprise Move to AEP?

    Advanced Endpoint Protection: When Should an Enterprise Move to AEP?

    Download Advanced endpoint protection (AEP) products are still relatively immature, which makes it difficult to decide whether to replace or augment existing endpoint protection (EPP).Adding to the difficulty is assessing AEP products is the fact that measuring some of their features can be complicated.
  • LG Sends Invites for Feb. 26 G6 Unveiling

    LG Sends Invites for Feb. 26 G6 Unveiling

    26 press conference, where the South Korean tech giant is expected to debut its latest flagship smartphone, the G6.We already know that LG's next flagship smartphone will have a Quad HD widescreen display with an unusual 18:9 aspect ratio.
  • LG's next smartphone arrives on February 26, ready to tick every box on your wish list

    LG's next smartphone arrives on February 26, ready to tick every box on your wish list

    Here’s everything we think we know about the LG G6.The company will hold a special event on February 26 in Barcelona, Spain, where it’s likely to show the G6 smartphone.
  • ‘Super Mario Run’ will jump onto Android phones in March

    ‘Super Mario Run’ will jump onto Android phones in March

    Considering that Android has a larger install base than iOS, it’s always surprising when companies choose to launch their apps on the Apple operating system first, but that happened once again with Super Mario Run.In just days Super Mario Run became the quickest growing app ever and earned the company millions of dollars in no time at all.
  • Android 7.0 Rolling Out to Galaxy S7, S7 Edge

    Android 7.0 Rolling Out to Galaxy S7, S7 Edge

    The company didn't specify which markets are receiving the update, but it had been testing Android 7.0 through its Galaxy Beta Program since November with users in the US, UK, and Korea.
  • Scientists Can Sequence DNA With a Smartphone

    Scientists Can Sequence DNA With a Smartphone

    Scientists have created a smartphone-based microscope that could make cancer screening accessible to healthcare workers in the more remote areas of the world.The device is aimed at underdeveloped countries, where doctors don't always have the tools or expertise to conduct DNA sequencing analysis and testing for genetic mutations.
  • Want to Brick an iPhone? Send Some Emojis

    Want to Brick an iPhone? Send Some Emojis

    Like a fainting goat who freezes at the first sign of a farmer, an iPhone running iOS 10 can be bricked by sending just a few emojis in the Messages app.Send all four of these at once, and the recipient's device will seize up and eventually restart.
  • Look out! This malicious string of emojis could crash your iPhone or iPad

    Look out! This malicious string of emojis could crash your iPhone or iPad

    Be careful next time you send your best pal a string of emoji: You could end up rendering his iPhone useless.“The text you’re copying is actually a waving white flag, VS16, zero, rainbow emoji.
  • Interop ITX 2017 State of the Cloud

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  • FTC: Qualcomm Violated Competition Laws

    FTC: Qualcomm Violated Competition Laws

    Its Snapdragon processors also power many models of the iPhone, and its arrangement with Apple drew particular scrutiny from the FTC, which claimed that Qualcomm requested exclusivity from Apple in exchange for reduced patent royalties.The agreement with Apple was in effect from 2011 until last year, and prevented the iPhone maker from buying chips from Qualcomm's competitors, according to the FTC complaint.
  • Report: Google's New Smartwatches Arrive Feb. 9

    Report: Google's New Smartwatches Arrive Feb. 9

    LG will manufacture the first Android Wear 2.0 devices, which include "Sport" and "Style" versions, Blass wrote on Tuesday, citing marketing materials that VentureBeat obtained.
  • The Best Verizon Phones of 2017

    The Best Verizon Phones of 2017

    If you're buying a phone on Verizon right now, these are the best you can get.See How We Test Cell Phones Almost all Verizon phones are bought through the carrier, because Verizon isn't compatible with most unlocked devices.
  • A Powerful Battery That Doesn't Explode? Yes, Please

    A Powerful Battery That Doesn't Explode? Yes, Please

    The inventors of a lithium-ion battery concept that releases its own built-in flame retardant say it could reduce the flammability of smartphones and other mobile devices without sacrificing battery performance.In theory, their concept is fairly simple and doesn't require a lot of added sensors or electronics.
  • How to Switch From an Android Phone to the iPhone

    How to Switch From an Android Phone to the iPhone

    That's no longer a problem, but Android fragmentation is rampant; 24,000 distinct versions of Google's mobile OS as of 2015.After 10 years, the iPhone still beckons, and now that the large-screened iPhone Pluses are readily available, it's all the more tempting to switch.
  • ZTE Unveils Specs for Crowd-Sourced Hawkeye Phone

    ZTE Unveils Specs for Crowd-Sourced Hawkeye Phone

    The Hawkeye will also carry a 3000mAh battery that ZTE says should last for a full day's use.Charging is via USB Type-C, and the phone also supports Qualcomm's Quick Charge technology.
  • Say hello to the most obnoxious selfie stick yet

    Say hello to the most obnoxious selfie stick yet

    Tiny selfie sticks like the one we featured recently are all well and good, but what about self-portrait snappers who like the idea of a more elaborate setup?Well, a homemade solution recently landed on the web sporting a design that could be fairly described as anything from “plain bonkers” to “possibly rather useful.