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U.S. considers ban on all Chinese-made 5G hardware | TECH(feed)

It looks like 5G tension between the U.S. and China may get worse. Following a U.S. ban on business transactions with Chinese telecom giant Huawei, the Trump Administration has proposed a ban on any 5G equipment made in China. This...

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When should enterprises adopt 5G? | TECH(talk)

5G deployment is a hot topic, especially as many countries race to build next-generation networks. The U.S. has banned Huawei from contributing to its network construction, but will that really set the U.S. back? Amid all of the hype...

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Facebook’s Libra and Calibra: Crypto in your pocket | TECH(feed)

Facebook’s announcement of its new cryptocurrency, Libra, and digital wallet, Calibra, means we all might be a step closer to adopting blockchain tech. The ability to carry around fiat-backed, digital currency in your pocket could...

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An iPhone crypto-wallet; a Facebook cryptocurrency? | TECH(talk)

Apple may be prepping to turn your iPhone into a digital wallet, and has already announced plans for an Apple credit card. Now, Facebook expects to roll out its own cryptocurrency in 2020. So just what's going on?

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How the Huawei ban could become a security threat | TECH(feed)

We’ve already talked about how the Huawei ban may affect business, but how will it affect security? Google has already warned of security threats should the company be unable to send updates to Huawei’s Android-powered devices. And...

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T-Mobile and Sprint sued: What could this mean for 5G? | TECH(feed)

The merger of the third- and fourth-largest wireless carriers in the U.S. might hit a delay following a lawsuit brought forth by 10 state attorneys general. T-Mobile and Sprint say this merger would advance 5G development, but critics...

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WWDC's biggest enterprise takeaways | TECH(talk)

Apple's recent developer conference, WWDC, had the longest keynote in recent memory. From Memojis to the new Mac Pro, Apple unveiled all types of new tech. But what updates are most important for enterprises? TECH(talk) host Juliet...

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How the U.S. ban on Huawei is affecting business | TECH(feed)

The U.S. ban on Huawei business has already affected small telecom carriers in rural areas. And, unsurprisingly, Huawei responded to the ban with increased legal pressure. This fight is far from over, and Juliet has the latest updates...

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WhatsApp attacked by spyware | TECH(feed)

WhatsApp’s recent spyware hack took advantage of a security vulnerability and allowed attackers to access private, digital communication. In this episode of TECH(feed), Juliet walks through the hack, who was affected and how you can...

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Android swipes right on Apple's iOS gestures | TECH(talk)

At this year's Google I/O, the company highlighted new gestures for navigating in Android Q – gestures that will look surprisingly familiar to iPhone users. Computerworld's JR Raphael and Ken Mingis talk about what's changed and why...

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Apple continues to move toward a 5G iPhone | TECH(feed)

Apple settling a lawsuit with Qualcomm brought us one step closer to the 5G iPhone. But not long after striking a six-year licensing deal with Qualcomm, evidence suggests Apple may not want to depend on vendors for its smartphone...

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Qualcomm and Apple settle lawsuit, plus, a look at the streaming service war | TECH(feed)

Qualcomm and Apple shocked many when the two companies settled their global, multi-billion dollar lawsuit. What could this settlement mean for 5G iPhones? Meanwhile, Intel pulls out of the 5G smartphone market. And, Netflix's earnings...

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Foldable phones and 5G: Highlights from Mobile World Congress 2019 | TECH(talk)

This year's MWC was mainly about 5G networking. And foldable phones. In fact, it was the foldables that stole the show, according to PC World's Michael Simon. He and Computerworld Executive Editor Ken Mingis chew over both topics in...

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5G networks in 2019? Plus, blockchain gains interest | TECH(feed)

New 5G phones have been unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but will users even be able to access 5G networks? And another country rejects U.S. allegations that Huawei spies on users. All that and more on today’s episode...

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All about the Samsung Galaxy S10, MWC '19 and foldable phones | TECH(talk)

Samsung kicked off a busy week for mobile devices with the Samsung Galaxy S10 line-up, just ahead of this year's Mobile World Congress. That makes it a perfect time to talk about the S10, foldable phones and 5G networking.

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Why Android updates are so late | TECH(talk)

The yearly release of a new version of Android always causes a hopeful stir among users. But most of them have to wait months, or even longer, to get the update on their devices.

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Android security flaw and big telecom news | TECH(feed)

An Android security flaw could leave your phone vulnerable to hackers while viewing images. And yes, we're talking more about Huawei's battle with the U.S. government. All that and more mobile news on today's episode of TECH(feed).

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The sad state of the smartphone market | TECH(talk)

With smartphone sales slowing – even for the iconic iPhone – have we reached 'peak smartphone'? And if so, how does the industry innovate its way out of the funk?

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Mingis on Tech: All about the Google Pixel 3

The Pixel 3 (and the larger Pixel 3 XL) arrive this week, and after a few days of hands-on time with the new device, Computerworld's Dan Rosenbaum has some thoughts. He joins Executive Editor Ken Mingis and IDGE video producer Chris...

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Mingis on Tech: How real is UEM for mobile management?

The promise of unified endpoint management is that it allows companies to more easily handle mobile (and even desktop) hardware management. But it's going to take a while for it to become reality.

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