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Wednesday October 26, 2016
Google Guarantees Pixel Software Updates Until 2018
Tech giant Google has made it very clear that both its Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones will receive software updates for at least 2 years. This means that they will receive software updates until 2018.

Apple To Unveil New MacBook Pro at Oct. 27 Event
With the holiday shopping season fast approaching and its recent update to the Mac operating system, Apple is likely to unveil a new MacBook Pro during an upcoming event that will be streamed live.

Elon Musk Challenges Regulators To Catch Up to Tesla
According to the Tesla CEO, driverless car technology is a problem that's pretty much solved -- regulators just need to catch up. And they might want to move faster, because Musk isn't slowing down.

Huawei Debuts Next-Gen Kirin Chipset
The Kirin 960 SoC is the first to harness the power of the Cortex-A73 cores. This will allow Kirin 960 to gain an upper hand against MediaTek, Qualcomm and Samsung’s home-manufactured chips.

Tesla Equipping Cars To Drive Completely on Their Own
Automaker Tesla is starting to build its electric cars with all the sensors, cameras and other gear needed to drive completely on their own when regulations allow the technology to take over.

Google's Pixel Phone: Not Much New, But Still a Standout
By pulling together the best features from Apple, Samsung and other phone makers, at a price comparable to iPhones, Google's ambitious new smartphone, the Pixel, is one of the best out there.

Samsung Faces Legal Action Over Failed Galaxy Note 7
As the fallout continues from Samsung's failed Galaxy Note 7, recalled because of fires around the world, the firm is facing at least two class-action lawsuits, billions in losses and a massive PR black eye.

Qualcomm Announces Millimeter-Wave 5G Modem for 2018
The 5G standard may not be out, but that's not stopping companies from getting a head start on the new system. Qualcomm is first to launch a 5G modem chipset with its new Snapdragion X50.

Google's Pixel Phones Earn Mostly Rave Reviews
The new Pixel and Pixel XL Android smartphones from Google are earning plaudits from a majority of reviewers on the strength of their cameras, long battery life and built-in intelligence.



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