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Sunday February 26, 2017
Samsung, Apple Compete for Futuristic Services
With Apple acquiring Israeli facial recognition startup RealFace, the competition is getting tougher among handset makers to introduce more futuristic bio authentication services.

iPhone 8 May Include Wireless Charging Technology
Conventional wisdom indicates that Apple will be launching the iPhone 8 later this year, which marks the 10th anniversary of the iconic smartphone, and that it will likely feature wireless charging technology.

Verizon Uses High Ranking in Reliability Survey To Knock T-Mobile
Telecommunications giant Verizon is firing back at T-Mobile's aggressive marketing campaigns, pointing to fresh data showing that Verizon offers the most reliable U.S. wireless service.

Tesla Swings to Loss in 4Q, Says Model 3 on Target
Unable to string together profitable quarters, electric car and solar cell maker Tesla reported a loss for the last three months of 2016. Still, Tesla's shares rose 1.6 percent in after-hours trading.

Kaspersky Lab Discovers Security Flaws in Connected Cars
In order to examine the security of connected cars, Kaspersky Lab researchers tested seven remote car control applications developed by major car manufacturers, and found several vulnerabilities.

UPS Tests Launching Delivery Drones from Its Trucks
Delivery giant UPS, dropped a parcel via drone in a small town outside of Tampa, Fla. Shaving off just one mile for each of its 66,000 drivers a day could save the company up to $50 million a year.

What To Expect When Mobile World Congress 2017 Opens Feb. 27
Although there is still almost a week to go before Mobile World Congress opens in Barcelona, analysts say some of the themes of the show, such as IoT technology and chatbot apps, are already apparent.

Japanese Startup Positions Itself for Automotive Security
Having just completed its Series A financing round, Tokyo-based startup Trillium Inc is pre-emptively positioning itself as the provider of security solution for autonomous cars.

Robot Probes Show Japan Reactor Cleanup Worse than Expected
Robot probes sent to one of Japan's Fukushima nuclear reactors have suggested worse-than-anticipated challenges for the plant's cleanup, including higher-than-expected radiation levels.



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