Sundar Pichai spent a day in Congress, Supermicro says a third-party audit of its systems show no infiltration by China, and Verizon says its Oath brand is basically worthless.
Apple and Qualcomm's patent battle moves to China; GoPro plans to pull production of U.S.-bound products out of China; and the New York Times casts a spotlight on how smartphone apps abuse location data.
Waymo's driverless cars are not-so-much, Alexa wants to fix our mistakes, and Android's Ice Cream Sandwich has melted.
MoviePass and Microsoft Edge are both being reborn, while the Apple Watch Series 4 can now tell if you're about to die.
The UK government releases internal Facebook documentation; Google employees lobby for better rights for contract workers; Canadian authorities arrest a Chinese tech exec at the request of the U.S. government.
5G is here, if you live in Hawaii or the future. Pausing doesn’t mean what you think it means, and Uber/Lyft drivers in NYC are getting good news.
Tumblr bans explicit imagery; Apple plans to sit out the first year of 5G; and Microsoft takes a third crack at making a lightweight version of Windows.
Apple Music is coming to the Amazon Echo, 8K TV is coming to Japan and new AirPods are coming ... eventually.
Samsung employees are caught selling foldable-screen secrets to China; young people are streaming video to traditional TV sets; and the remnants of Mic get sold off after it failed to find a business model.
Amazon Web Services embraces the blockchain, takes on Microsoft, and revs up an unexpected approach to encouraging machine-learning development.