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New HoloLens to feature Snapdragon 850: Report

Microsoft’s next version of its HoloLens mixed-reality googles, expected to be released in 2019, may run the Snapdragon 850 processor, according to a new report. There had been talk previously that the device would be ARM-powered, and a December 10 report by Neowin.net says that this, indeed, will be the case. Credit: Microsoft Neowin cites “several sources” as confirming the… Read more →

Qualcomm wins injunction against iPhones in China

Siding with Qualcomm in its patent infringement case against Apple, a Chinese court has ordered four Apple subsidiaries in China to immediately stop selling various versions of the iPhone. The preliminary injunctions apply to the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. Specifically, the two injunctions pertain to two… Read more →

Half of the Tor Project’s funding now comes from the private sector

Image: Tor Project About 49 percent of the Tor Project’s funding came from the private sector, according to financial figures released today by the organization. Also: Best Green Monday 2018 deals: Business Bargain Hunter’s top picks The rising tension between IoT and ERP systems The Internet of Things is the new frontier. However, generations of ERP systems were not designed… Read more →

Best Green Monday 2018 deals: Business Bargain Hunter’s top picks

Let’s face it: Black Friday and Cyber Monday are “holidays” that retailers invented in order to get you spending money at their stores during the holidays. But why stop at just two days? Well, there’s actually a little-known third, called Green Monday, and you can thank eBay for it. In 2007, eBay invented Green Monday. It’s usually the second Monday… Read more →

ST Telemedia to build another Singapore data centre amidst growing cloud demand

ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (STT GDC) has unveiled plans to build its seventh and largest data centre in Singapore, as it looks to meet growing demand for cloud computing services in the region. With construction slated to begin early-2019, the five-storey facility would have a gloss floor area of more than 27,000 square metres and was expected to complete… Read more →

​Why working with Intel is helping Delair’s drones fly into new markets

Since Delair first launched in 2011, it has grown from a small drone startup into a global unmanned aircraft systems and asset-management company, with headquarters in Toulouse, France, and offices in Belgium, Singapore, and the US. In June 2018, Delair was named one of the World Economic Forum’s Technology Pioneers, a title given to a group of companies expected to… Read more →

National honors for a wearable that detects opioid overdose

Software engineers in an embedded software engineering master’s program at Carnegie Mellon University have created a wearable device that detects opioid overdose in wearers and can issue an alert for help. The four-person team behind the device is hoping it can play some role mediating skyrocketing overdose statistics. A record 70,000 people in the U.S. died from overdoses in 2017…. Read more →

Pictures: Inside Lenovo’s new Beijing campus

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Android adware tricks ad networks into thinking it’s an iPhone to make more money

Google has recently removed 22 Android apps from the Play Store. The apps were removed for abusing Android devices to load and click on ads behind the users’ backs. The Google Play Store has been plagued by an adware epidemic these past few months, as ZDNet detailed in a previous article. What made this particular Android adware campaign stand out… Read more →

Android adware tricks ad networks into thinking it’s an iPhone to make more money

Google has recently removed 22 Android apps from the Play Store. The apps were removed for abusing Android devices to load and click on ads behind the users’ backs. The Google Play Store has been plagued by an adware epidemic these past few months, as ZDNet detailed in a previous article. What made this particular Android adware campaign stand out… Read more →

2018 technology trends that’ll matter a decade from now

This year, like previous years, featured a bevy of buzzword laden technologies, but we at ZDNet are fatigued by the never-ending stream of acronyms. With that fatigue in mind, we put together a simple test for the year in technology. What technologies talked about today will actually matter in a decade? Here’s a look at the technologies compiled by Larry… Read more →