DAILY VIDEO: Apple is mulling dropping Qualcomm parts in its next iPhones and iPads; Apple patches the KRACK WiFi vulnerability in iOS and macOS; Mobile Pwn2Own 2017 hackers exploit fully patched mobile devices; and there's more.
The Galaxy S8+ has a 6.2-inch display, while the S8 has a 5.8-inch screen. Both will run the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core CPUs in the U.S.
With its iOS 10.3 and macOS 10.12.4 security updates, Apple patches a number of interesting flaws, but none that were apparently related to the recent WikiLeaks Vault 7 Central Intelligence Agency disclosure.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The only mention of the new version of the iPad and the updated version of iOS were press releases. There was no over-the-top announcement or parade of Apple executives.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Apple and Android smartphones that lack augmented security measures leave high-priority hacking targets, such as President Donald Trump, vulnerable to electronic spying.
NEWS ANALYSIS: If past market indicators hold true, the Apple is about to introduce several new iPads models, but perhaps not all at the same time.
The special iPhone is rumored to sell for $1,000, while other new iPhone models will continue to have traditional flat displays.
DAILY VIDEO: SAP goes all in with new public cloud platform, iOS dev tools; Amazon, Lenovo Motorola to put Alexa into Moto phones; Verizon preparing for 5G Wireless trials in 11 U.S. metro areas; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple trying to permanently resolve iPhone 6 and 7 battery faults; Researchers from Google, CTI break SHA-1 Hash encryption function; Waymo sues Uber -over self-driving vehicle trade secrets; and there's more.
Flexera Software found that in the U.S., 7.4 percent of programs on the average PC have reached End-of-Life and are no longer patched by the vendor.