Denise Howell joins us to consider the legal implications of iPhone encryption. Time Warner pursues Yahoo sale to get into the tech game. Becky Worley wonders whether autonomous video editing will ever replace the real thing. And Father Robert Ballecer reports from the floor of Mobile World Congress about the CAT S60 and Google Glass for running from Recon and APX.
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- Time Inc. Said to Be Interested in Joining Fray of Yahoo Suitors
- HoloLens ‘Start Menu’ Uncovered In Actiongram Videos
- HoloLens Clicker Peripheral Will Make It Easier To Interact With Holograms
- Airport Experiment Shows That People Recklessly Connect to Any Open WiFi Hotspot
- Zynga puts its San Francisco headquarters up for sale
- Mastercard to let Brits confirm payments with a selfie
- Gates Disputes Report That He Backs FBI in Apple Case
- Gates breaks ranks over FBI Apple request
- CAT S60 hands-on: Meet the world's first smartphone with a thermal camera
- Recon and APX Deliver a Complete Smart-Eyewear Solution for the Enterprise
- Oppo can fully charge a smartphone in 15 minutes
- HTC Vive unveiled: This is what the final consumer version looks like
- Stories are better with video