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DHS and GCHQ join Amazon and Apple in denying Bloomberg chip hack story

Both US and UK intelligence officials have put out statements over the weekend in support of Amazon, Apple, and Supermicro in regards to recent allegations made by Bloomberg in an article published last week. On Thursday, Bloomberg reporters claimed that Chinese intelligence had secretly implanted spy chips inside motherboards used for Supermicro servers that eventually made their way inside the… Read more →

Surface Pro 6, LG V40, Spotify, Fitbit, and Google Pixels (MobileTechRoundup show #447)

Spotify made me very happy for a couple of reasons, as explained onMobileTechRoundup show #447. Kevin’s sleuthing has also uncovered some key details about the upcoming Google Pixel Slate. Image: ZDNet Updated Microsoft hardware: Surface Pro 6, Cortana headphones LG V40 announced Spotify comes out Samsung Music and Garmin GPS wearables Fitbit Charge 3 quick thoughts Pixel 3 XL video… Read more →

What real people think about the iPhone XS

The stars are out. Five of them, according to my colleague Jason Cipriani. In reviewing the iPhone XS Max, he describes it as “the future of the iPhone.” What, though, do real people on the street think about this and its smaller sibling, the iPhone XS? I’ve spent the last couple of weeks asking people on both coasts. Also: iPhone… Read more →

Firefox and Edge add support for Google’s WebP image format

The WebP image format developed by Google for the past eight years has found a home this week in Microsoft’s Edge browser, and will also be added in Firefox next year. The rising tension between IoT and ERP systems The Internet of Things is the new frontier. However, generations of ERP systems were not designed to handle global networks of… Read more →

Firefox and Edge add support for Google’s WebP image format

The WebP image format developed by Google for the past eight years has found a home this week in Microsoft’s Edge browser, and will also be added in Firefox next year. The rising tension between IoT and ERP systems The Internet of Things is the new frontier. However, generations of ERP systems were not designed to handle global networks of… Read more →

Firefox and Edge add support for Google’s WebP image format

The WebP image format developed by Google for the past eight years has found a home this week in Microsoft’s Edge browser, and will also be added in Firefox next year. The rising tension between IoT and ERP systems The Internet of Things is the new frontier. However, generations of ERP systems were not designed to handle global networks of… Read more →