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Nokia CEO sees possible long-term benefits from Huawei clampdown

(Reuters) — Nokia Chief Executive Rajeev Suri said on Tuesday the company could benefit from a U.S. clampdown on Chinese rival Huawei as the...

Comcast launches Xfinity security service to protect home Wi-Fi

Comcast announced the launch of Xfinity xFi Advanced Security, a service that monitors, blocks, and informs customers of online threats and provides seamless digital...

First Alert’s new smoke alarm lets you place calls through Alexa

Don’t look now, but Amazon’s Alexa is making its way to home security systems. At the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show, San Francisco company First...

Sensor Tower: November was PUBG Mobile’s best revenue month yet

That $32.5 million is up 44 percent compared to October. PUBG Mobile previous best month was in August, when it earned $25.7 million. November...

Censys, a search engine for internet-connected devices, raises $2.6 million led...

Ann Arbor-based cybersecurity startup Censys today announced that it has raised a $2.6 million seed round led by GV and Greylock. The funding will be...

Apple reportedly bought Silk Labs, a maker of privacy-focused AI for...

Most AI processing for mobile devices is currently handled by cloud servers, enabling companies such as Google and Amazon to monitor users’ requests as...

Agora raises $70 million to grow its voice, video, and broadcasting...

Agora, a platform that makes it easier for developers to add voice and video features to their applications, has raised $70 million in a...

Alexa users can now make Skype calls

Microsoft announced in September that Skype calling would come to devices with Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant by the end of this year, and it’s...

Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene steps down

(Reuters) — Former Oracle Corp. product chief Thomas Kurian will replace Diane Greene as head of the cloud division at Alphabet Inc’s Google in...

FCC lets U.S. phones access EU satellites for 3-foot location accuracy

Until now, consumer devices sold in the United States have relied on imprecise data from U.S.-developed GPS and Russian GLONASS satellites for location-tracking services, but...