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 CTO.org - News Archive - November 30, 2017
Commentary: Jeff Bezos himself tweets with pride, after the company's AWS re:Invent conference throws up a real winner.

Trying to plug in a USB cord is kind of a nightmare. One of USB's creators has explained why.

Legal filing with ITC is the latest move in a heated patent infringement battle between Apple and its key chip supplier.

It's definitely unlike anything we've seen before.

Agility Robotics does one thing really well, but is that enough?

Battle robots for consumers are more powerful than ever. Chinese company GJS Robot is trying to make competitive FPS and FPV battle robots mainstream.

The news from Nikkei hit Apple supplier Dialog Semiconductor hard.

There are a ton of great movies leaving Hulu on the last day of the year, but they look to be balanced out by strong additions throughout the month.

We weigh the impact of net neutrality rules and ask whether FCC chairman Ajit Pai or Twitter is more damaging to the internet.

Other apps you'll be able to access using voice recognition include Bravo, CBS All Access, NBC, Showtime and Sony PlayStation Vue.

Pet lovers can now argue about a new study on brain differences between cats and dogs and what that means for their favorite animals.

The new capability is being tested by a handful of developers and will be more widely available next year.

Apple's 11th store in New York City, a glass-sided building down the street from the Atlantic Terminal and Barclays Center, is set to open Dec. 2.

In 2017, the money raised from Apple customers equates to 144 million days of medication that prevents the transmission of HIV from mothers to their unborn babies.

If Apple's flagship store in Manhattan is the Cube, the store in Brooklyn is the Triangle.

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