News highlights – 23 October 2017

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News highlights for 23 October 2017

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Apple sees mobiles themselves as AI platforms

TAIPEI (Reuters) – Apple Inc sees its mobile devices as a major platform for artificial intelligence in the future, Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams said on Monday. Read more…

iPhone X demand will be significant, not extraordinary

(Reuters) – Days before Apple Inc’s much-awaited iPhone X opens for preorders, a survey by brokerage Bernstein showed that demand for the device will be substantial, but not exceptional, with about a quarter of the respondents planning to buy the phone. Read more…

BOA adds an extra layer of security for online banking

(Reuters) – Bank of America Corp will start using an additional layer of authentication for its online banking services, the Wall Street bank said on Monday, amid a wave of high-profile data breaches at several big U.S. companies. Read more…

Ex spy chiefs urge renewal of surveillance laws

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former U.S. intelligence officials who worked for both Republican and Democratic presidents urged Congress on Monday to renew an internet surveillance program they said has stopped militant plots and helped policymakers steer through international crises. Read more…

Facebook tests splitting news feeds into two

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Facebook Inc said on Monday it was testing the idea of dividing its News Feed in two, separating commercial posts from personal news in a move that could lead some businesses to increase advertising. Read more…

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