A second report has surfaced accusing Apple of bogarting the world's supply of NAND flash. The chips are most commonly used for memory in phones, MP3 players, thumb drives and solid-state hard drives.
According to DRAM exchange, Apple plans on using so many of the chips for the iPod and iPhone, the company could consume as much as 25% of the world's total flash output.
Japanese researchers develop a flexible screen worn on the skin that they claim can monitor patients' heart rate and other vitals
ZenFone 5 Pro appears to boast a Snapdragon 845 SOC, an Adreno 630 GPU and 6GB of RAM
Pilot project will serve 300 homes to start with
The IoT faces significant compatibility challenges, which could be avoided for blockchain by adopting Hyperledger