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ZTE Plans to Launch 5G-Ready Device in US by Early 2019

We were expecting a bit of hubbub around 5G at CES this year, but it didn’t make as quite an impact as we expected. Samsung talked about it during its keynote, Qualcomm did as well, of course, and Verizon held a panel discussion about it, too. Show More Summary

Get latest Kubernetes version 1.9 on Google’s managed offering

By Palak Dalal, Product Manager We're excited to announce that Kubernetes version 1.9 will be available on Google Kubernetes Engine next week in our early access program. This release includes greater support for stateful and stateless applications, hardware accelerator support for machine learning workloads and storage enhancements. Show More Summary

Waymo’s self-driving Chrysler Pacifica begins testing in San Francisco

Waymo is bringing its self-driving cars back to San Francisco streets for testing. TechCrunch has obtained pictures of the Waymo Chrysler Pacifica autonomous test vehicle on SF city roads, and Waymo confirmed that it is indeed bringing...Show More Summary

Upcoming sunset of review extensions in February 2018

Shortly after the release of AdWords API v201802, review extensions will be sunset from both extension settings services and feed services for all API versions. What will happen? For extension settings services (AdGroupExtensionSettingService,...Show More Summary

Unlocked HTC 10 now receiving Android 8.0 Oreo update

Android 8.0 Oreo continues to find its way to more devices, and HTC is now upgrading another one of its handsets. If you own an unlocked version of the HTC 10, then keep an eye out because your handset is now receiving Android 8.0 Oreo. According to

The HTC U11 EYEs is the company’s second attempt at a near bezel-less device

A new leak gives us a look at the upcoming HTC U11 EYEs ahead of the device's official unveiling which is scheduled for January 15th.

Popular app CCleaner could be turning into crapware

The company behind CCleaner, Piriform, was acquired by Avast last summer. Are sketchy changes on the horizon? It looks like Avast could be making some big changes that Android users won't be happy about.

Three ways to configure robust firewall rules

By Neha Pattan, Staff Software Engineer If you administer firewall rules for Google Cloud VPCs, you want to ensure that firewall rules you create can only be associated with correct VM instances by developers in your organization. Without...Show More Summary

Top 10 New Android Games This Week: Ashland, Skylight

Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we’re playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any [...]

Meltdown-Spectre firmware glitch: Intel warns of risk of sudden reboots

Older Broadwell and Haswell chips have been taking a hit from Intel's CPU patch.

A doodle celebrating Zhou Youguang and the ABCs of learning Mandarin

Mandarin Chinese is a tremendously rich logographic language, meaning every word is represented by a unique character or combination of characters. And there are a lot—the largest Chinese dictionaries contain more than 60,000 different ones. Show More Summary

Google purchased a company that created the tech to turn screens into speakers

Google quietly purchased a UK firm called Redux sometime last year. Allegedly the purchase happened in August but the details are just now coming out. Redux had no products on the market but created a technology that can turn displays into a vibration media. Not only does this mean [...]

LG to stop releasing phones on a set yearly schedule

LG took to CES to change things up. While every major smartphone brand has historically launched a flagship per series every year (or twice a year if you’re OnePlus), LG will no longer be doing so. LG hosted a press conference at CES 2018 where Vice [...]

Here’s the full list of Chromebooks receiving Meltdown vulnerability patch

Google has published a full list of the Chromebooks receiving a patch to protect against the Meltdown vulnerability. To see if yours made the cut, check out the post.

LG will stop releasing new smartphones on a specific schedule

LG's Vice Chairman has confirmed that the company will no longer follow a regular release cycle for its devices. Instead, the company will release devices "when it's necessary".

Honor 9 Lite headed to India as a Flipkart exclusive

When the Honor 9 Lite was announced toward the tail end of last year, we knew the device would be available in China, but other markets were still in question. After whisperings that the phone would also be headed to India, that information has now been confirmed by online retailed Flipkart.

Tudia hosting ‘Essential Week’ with discounts on all Essential Phone cases

Tudia is a case company that was one of the first to step up and make cases for the Essential Phone. Now it’s hosting an “Essential Week” for a week of sales on all of the Essential cases. The Tudia TAMM, Tudia GLOST, Tudia SKN, and Tudia LULA are [...]

More than 1 million Xiaomi Redmi 5A units were sold in less than a month

Xiaomi's Global VP has confirmed that the company sold more than one million Xiaomi Redmi 5A in the first month of availability in India.

OnePlus 3 and 3T now receiving update to OxygenOS 5.0.1

OnePlus has released a new update for the OnePlus 3 and 3T that brings them up to OxygenOS 5.0.1. Though Oreo has already been released with the OxygenOS 5.0 update, this latest update brings bug fixes, additional features, and [......

OnePlus 3T Oreo beta sent clipboard data to Chinese servers

OnePlus 3T and clipboard data accessing the network in the December beta release of Oreo. The IP addresses that were trying to be accessed are owned by Alibaba.

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