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Security and privacy questions posed by iPhone X’s Face ID

The new top-of-the-range iPhone does away with the home button and its built-in fingerprint reader in favor of a new biometric — called Face ID —...

Samsung’s new AI assistant will take on Siri, Alexa

Samsung is preparing to launch a digital assistant called "Bixby," the latest product to result from the tech industry's obsession with artificial intelligence and...

How Google Chromebooks Conquered Schools

The Google Chromebook, a type of stripped-down laptop, isn’t a practical mobile device for many people – mostly because it basically turns into an...

New Samsung Galaxy S8 to feature AI services

The next premium Galaxy S series that would follow the disgraced and short-lived Galaxy Note7 will feature artificial intelligence (AI) as the smartphone competition...

Ozlo AI assistant now on the heals of Viv.ai

On the heels of Samsung’s acquisition of Viv just a week ago, a new AI assistant has risen into the spotlight and is jockeying to fill...

The end of hardware as a mobile business

editors note: author Caroline Gabriel will be speaking and chairing several sessions at AI World in San Fran, Nov 7-9. Catch the results of...

“Its an AI-first world,” says Google, and here’s the future of...

Star Trek got it right: In the future, we'll use computers by talking to them. Google held an event this week and new hardware got most...

Experts say Blockchain will transform fintech

The application of blockchain technology in the financial services realm is shaping up to transform the sector. Faster and securer transactions are among the expected...

How Much Longer Will it Take Until a Robot Wins a...

During my commute the other day, I ended up on a dark subway car. The train still had power—the air conditioning was on, the...

Predictive Analytics, Wearables Data Driving EHR Growth

Healthcare providers have been investing in electronic health record (EHR) technology over the past several years, and the trend shows no sign of letting...