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The parts inside Samsung's latest flagship phone cost $43.34 more than those in the company's previous Galaxy S7 handset, says a report.
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A Google white paper says its three-tiered approach to mobile security allows for greater flexibility and better enforcement of security policies.
The 12-inch, enterprise-targeted notebook/tablet device will sell for $1,429 when it begins shipping on May 23. Consumer versions are also coming.
Google has removed both apps from its Android Play store, but one was downloaded more than one million times since 2014.
Customers traveling in 165 countries also can get high-speed data options at daily or weekly rates and voice calling at 20 cents a minute.
DAILY VIDEO: T-Mobile spends nearly $8 billion as top bidder in FCC 600 MHz auction; Criminals, intelligence agents shared zero-day Microsoft Word flaw; Visual Studio for Mac update takes inspiration from Windows; and there's more.
Instagram, which Facebook bought in 2012 for $1 billion, is starting to make new headway by adding features on a frequent basis.
HTC has also cut the price of the HTC 10 by $200 off, the HTC Bolt by $150 and the One A9 by $300 through April 23 in the U.S. market. These prices are available through HTC's website.
When the mobile OS update begins to roll out on April 25, owners of some older Windows Phones may find themselves out of luck.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles has granted Apple a permit to test self-driving cars in the state, lending credence to years of rumors and conjecture about tech companies’ interest in automobile technology.
NEWS ANALYSIS: T-Mobile secured about 45 percent of the available 600 MHz spectrum with a bid of nearly $8 billion in the Federal Communications Commission auction.
DAILY VIDEO: Samsung Bixby, Apple 3D Sensing Won't Be Ready for Latest Smartphones; Google Executive Denies Systemic Pay Discrimination Against Women; Adobe Patches Vulnerabilities First Disclosed at Pwn2Own 2017; and there's more.