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Friday December 15, 2017
Hundreds of HP Laptops, Tablets Found with Pre-Installed Keylogger
A security researcher has found that hundreds of different models of HP notebooks, tablets, and other devices include a keylogger that could track and record every keystroke a user makes.

Caution: Smartphone Addiction Can Imbalance the Brain
Worried you or a loved one are too attached to your phone? There's reason for concern. Researchers have found an imbalance in brain chemistry of young people addicted to smartphones and the internet.

Qualcomm's New Snapdragon Chip: What You Need To Know
Expect to see impressive artificial intelligence when the Snapdragon 845 system on chip hits the market in 2018. Qualcomm says it will transform mobile devices into ultimate personal assistants.

Watch Out, Intel: Qualcomm Puts Smartphone Chips in Laptops
Qualcomm and Microsoft are taking another shot at using smartphone chips in personal computers -- promising 20 hours of battery life and full use of Windows 10 software on 2-in-one laptops.

Google Reboots Android Security, Rolls Out Android Go
As part of its Android 8.1 update set for Dec. 6, Google has a number of new features to protect against malicious mobile activities. Google also has a surprise called "Go".

Leaks Offer Hints about Samsung Galaxy S9 Security, PC Capabilities
Eight months after launching its Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus flagship smartphones, Samsung is reportedly well underway with plans for the Galaxy S9, which may include palm-scanning security.

HBD! The Text Message Turns 25 Years Old
The British engineer who sent the world's first text message says he's quite proud of the mini revolution he started 25 years ago. Text messages have deeply changed social norms of interaction.

Qualcomm Seeks Partial Ban on iPhone X, Apple Countersues
The ongoing intellectual property rights conflict between Apple and Qualcomm has taken another turn, as Apple has filed a countersuit against the chipmaker in U.S. District Court in California.

Study: Many Android Apps Secretly Track Users
More than three in four Android apps contain at least one third-party "tracker," according to a new analysis of hundreds of apps, including some of the most popular apps on the Google Play Store.



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