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The SharePoint mobile app is gaining a "find" tab that will use AI to help users find people, content and more when needed.
This could be the start of a trend that may accelerate in the 5G era, as the symmetrical distribution of wireless connectivity becomes key to delivering cognitive smart office and home experiences.
Based on the premium KEY2 phone which BlackBerry released in June, the $399 KEY2 LE includes a slower CPU, less memory and a polycarbonate frame.
DAILY VIDEO: Look for a big-screen iPhone and upgraded iPad Pros and Macs this fall, and Fortnite Installer vulnerabilities highlight mobile app store risks.
DAILY VIDEO: Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 phablet goes on sale at major carriers, and Google is adding application "side access panel" to G Suite.
Cypress’ microcontrollers, wireless and USB-based connectivity solutions, analog ICs and high-performance, fail-safe memories help engineers design differentiated products.
DAILY VIDEO: Qualcomm targets its upcoming 5G chip platform at smartphones in 2019, and SharePoint updates are coming for hub sites, news, pages and web parts.
NEWS ANALYSIS: This is not going to be a year of massive upgrades to Apple’s iPhone, but rather a year in which other products get some much-needed attention.
The Microsoft Store will stop accepting new Windows Phone 8/8.1 application submissions and Windows 8/8.1 software packages on Oct. 31. Then only updates will be allowed through 2023.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A new type of mobile attack known as man-in-the-disk could leave Android users at risk, especially if the apps they are using are not coming from Google Play.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Data breaches are never a good thing, but they’re going to happen despite the best prevention efforts. So the next step is to handle the breach properly.
Australian Gas Light needed to manage its assets portfolio and cost structure much more effectively. Its data collection and reporting system was slow and paper-driven, and as the company grew, the process became harder to manage.