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How strong are iPhone X sales?

Apple has been oddly quiet when it comes to iPhone 8 and iPhone X sales. But there’s plenty of third-party data that we can use to try to fill that vacuum. Must read: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on your iPhone is going to get more cumbersome and overly complicated Let’s take a look at a couple of data points. First, mobile… Read more →

Apple HomePod’s release delayed until 2018

The HomePod, Apple’s Siri-powered smart speaker, won’t be released until next year, Apple said Friday. “We can’t wait for people to experience HomePod, Apple’s breakthrough wireless speaker for the home, but we need a little more time before it’s ready for our customers,” an Apple spokesperson told CNET. “We’ll start shipping in the US, UK and Australia in early 2018.”… Read more →

Solve Gmail’s other big hassle — for free

ZDNet’s Business Bargain Hunter scours the web for great deals on computers, phones, services and much more. Prices and availability are accurate at the time deals are shared. Some products and services may not be available outside the US. Follow BBH on Facebook and Twitter, where he’s known as The Cheapskate. Once you select an attachment with Dittach, you can… Read more →

Tesla Semi: The big questions about costs, benefits ahead of trucking disruption

Tesla’s bid to reinvent the transportation and trucking industry launched as its Semi was unveiled with innovative features, an economic claim to win some preorders and a more than a few loose ends that are usually only pondered on the second day of an Elon Musk showing. As CNET Roadshow noted, the Tesla Semi is clearly aimed to shake up… Read more →

Recycle your old tower PCs into media-ripping monsters

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Brazil advances in ICT adoption

Brazil has made progress in the adoption of information and communication technologies (ICTs), according to a new report from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU). The Measuring the Information Society report analyzed the state of ICT across 176 countries. Brazil ranked 66th overall and 10th in the Americas, behind other Latin countries such as Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. Country performance is… Read more →

UnitedHealthcare Motion adds Samsung, Garmin wearables to wellness mix

UnitedHealthcare will integrate Samsung and Garmin wearables into its Motion wellness program via a Qualcomm subsidiary. The move is notable since the primary wearable player in the wellness space thus far has been Fitbit, which has more than 1,300 enterprise customers. As the market is proven out, health care providers are adding more options and wearable makers are looking to… Read more →

Cisco, Huawei take duel to smart cities

Cisco and Huawei are taking their long-running network equipment and management rivalry to a new location–the smart city. special feature Louisville and the Future of the Smart City Louisville, Kentucky is building a unique bridge between the smart city and the smart home. Here’s what communities and citizens can learn about the benefits of the onrushing digital transformation. Read More… Read more →

Black Friday 2017: All the best deals, sales, and ads on laptops, desktop PCs

Video: Holiday Buying Guide: Best tech under $500 CNET 2017 Holiday Buyer’s Guide Looking for the perfect holiday gift? Check out CNET’s holiday gift guide for expert advice, reviews, and recommendations. Read More Looking for one place to find the best Black Friday deals kicking off the 2017 holiday shopping season? Search no further, as this article collects all of… Read more →

ID card security: Spain is facing chaos over chip crypto flaws

Each of Spain’s DNIe ID cards has a chip containing two certificates, one for identification and one for electronic signing. Image: Cuerpo Nacional de Policía When security researchers discovered last month that secure hardware made by Germany’s Infineon Technologies was not so secure after all, it was clear that there would be major implications. There are a lot of smartcards… Read more →