Tech giant Google's upgrades to its Pixel smartphones and other gadgets are its latest steps toward turning its digital services into your backup brain, packed with artificial intelligence tech.
The FBI does not have to reveal the identity of a vendor that helped it unlock the iPhone of one of the shooters in the 2015 San Bernardino terror attack, or the price it paid for the vendor's services.
The iPhone X might be the future of Apple's smartphone design, but its lauded Face ID facial recognition system has an issue with people under 13: it's much more difficult to tell them apart.
Boosting its market share against Amazon in the lucrative cloud arena, Google Cloud is buying cloud-services firm Bitium. Bitium connects employees' computing devices to cloud-based applications.
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