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Google's WearOS battle with Android to hand smartwatch crown to Apple's watchOS

Google's WearOS will do well in the smartwatch market, but will trail Apple's watchOS largely because wearable makers will opt for Android and do their own customization.

Amazon brings Alexa to hotels

Alexa for Hospitality is a specialized version of the voice assistant that integrates into popular hotel software systems for guest services.

Garmin challenges Fitbit with advanced sleep monitoring

One of the most important elements of overall health is adequate sleep. Fitbit has led the activity tracker market with its sleep stages, but Garmin just rolled out its new advanced sleep monitoring function that also tracks light, deep, and REM sleep.

After scandal, Verizon and AT&T stop sharing real-time cell phone location data

The scandal erupted after one company claimed to be able to track any cell phone in the US "within seconds."

No internet: The unbearable anxiety of losing your connection

David Gewirtz had things under control: No landline. No cable TV. No regrets... until the internet failed. Is always-on connectivity making us all a little crazy?

Western Digital unveils 12TB 'Purple' hard drives for AI-powered video surveillance

This drive is built for heavy workloads and support up to twice as many AI channels as the competition.

Fintech newcomer Brex launches credit card for startups

The company also announced that it's raised $50 million in new venture capital from Silicon Valley investors, including PayPal cofounders Peter Thiel and Max Levchin.

GraphQL for databases: A layer for universal database access?

GraphQL is a query language mostly used to streamline access to REST APIs. Now, a new breed of GraphQL implementations wants to build an abstraction layer for any database on top of GraphQL, and it seems to be catching up.

Portland kicks off smart city initiative with traffic sensor safety project

If cities don't carefully plan smart city deployments, "the risk is technology happens to us rather than working for us," Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler said.

Two weeks with the OnePlus 6: Useful buttons, gorgeous design, stellar software, and reasonable price

I've tried a couple OnePlus Android phones in the past, but with the high price of flagships and stumbles by some it was time to take a closer look. The OnePlus 6 exceeds my expectations and continues to impress me daily.

Elon Musk emails Tesla workers: 'We've been extensively sabotaged by employee'

Tesla employee leaks sensitive Tesla data to third parties and tried to sabotage its manufacturing software.
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