Google tries to get jump on Apple with a sorta, kinda early release of new Android

The search giant releases Android N, though it’s meant only for developers for now.

CNET March 9, 2016

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Google tries to get jump on Apple with a sorta, kinda early release of new Android

The search giant releases Android N, though it’s meant only for developers for now. Regardless, Android N is Google’s latest software volley in its smartphone war with Apple.

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Snowden: FBI’s claim about unlockable iPhone is ‘bulls***’

The FBI is lying about its inability to hack into an iPhone used by a shooter in December’s San Bernardino massacre, says the NSA whistleblower.

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Google turns game of Go into massive AI-vs-human spectacle

Tens of thousands of people just tuned into YouTube to watch a computer play the ancient board game Go against a human opponent. It wasn’t just for sport. The future of civilization could be at stake.

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Lollipop is now the hottest flavor of Android

Meanwhile, the newest version, Marshmallow, remains a scarce commodity on the phones you and your friends are using.

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Home Depot offers $19m to settle customers’ hacking lawsuit

The 2014 hack of the home-improvement retailer’s payment systems exposed more than 50 million credit card accounts.

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