Lego’s New CEO to Combine Apps With Legendary Building Blocks

Lego’s New CEO to Combine Apps With Legendary Building Blocks

Lego CEO Niels B. Christiansen is trying to keep Lego relevant to a generation of children whose obsession with screens has left physical toys less popular. Photo: AFP Copenhagen: The man running Lego A/S wants to merge the toy maker’s iconic...
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Samsung Galaxy S8’s AI-Based Virtual Assistant Will Reportedly Be Integrated With Native Apps

Samsung Galaxy S8’s AI-Based Virtual Assistant Will Reportedly Be Integrated With Native Apps

If 2016 has shown us anything, it’s that artificial intelligence has come a long way. Google dominated this sphere with the launch of Assistant with its Pixel smartphones and it looks like Samsung is up next with its own virtual...
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US Wants Phone Makers to Lock Out Most Apps for Drivers

US Wants Phone Makers to Lock Out Most Apps for Drivers

  The government wants smartphone makers to lock out most apps when the phone is being used by someone driving a car. The voluntary guidelines unveiled Wednesday are designed to reduce crashes caused by drivers distracted by phones. The National...
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Microsoft Office Apps for Android Will Be Officially Supported on Chrome OS

Microsoft Office Apps for Android Will Be Officially Supported on Chrome OS

Google’s fast-growing Chrome OS recently got the ability to run Android apps, adding a huge breadth of apps to the platform. However, apparently there were some Chromebooks that were not compatible with Microsoft Office apps for Android. Now, Microsoft h...
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Huawei Mate 9 Can Learn User Habits, Placing Frequently Used Apps in Easy Reach

Huawei Mate 9 Can Learn User Habits, Placing Frequently Used Apps in Easy Reach

  Huawei Technologies took the wraps of a new premium phone on Thursday, adding a new artificial intelligence feature it hopes will help it close the gap with Apple and market leader Samsung, which is reeling from scrapping its flagship...
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Google’s ‘Verify Apps’ Could Protect 90 Percent of QuadRooter-Affected Android Devices

Google’s ‘Verify Apps’ Could Protect 90 Percent of QuadRooter-Affected Android Devices

A set of vulnerabilities called QuadRooter was reported to affect almost 900 million Android devices. Through malicious apps, these vulnerabilities can give attackers access to all the sensitive data on a Qualcomm-based device. However, Google has announced th...
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