News highlights – 6 November 2017

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News highlights for 6 November 2017

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Wells Fargo launches robo adviser for low cost investments

(Reuters) – Wells Fargo Inc on Monday launched a new robo-adviser to give first-time investors a low-cost option to invest, joining other financial firms in the hunt for tech-savvy customers looking to enter the markets. Read more…

iPhone X may have some flaws, but a masterpiece of engineering

The iPhone X’s face recognition may be experiencing teething problemsbut the thousand-quid handset is a masterpiece of engineering. Apple is the first to market with new, dense circuit board design called Stacked SLP, often referred to misleadingly as a “stacked logic board”.  Read more…

NTT DoCoMo completes nifty 5G car trial

NTT DoCoMo announced it has completed a 5G connected car trial, conducted jointly with Toyota, Ericsson and Intel, in which it blasted 4K video to a moving vehicle at data speeds of up to 1 Gbps. Read more…

Worldwide public cloud market still booming

FRAMINGHAM, Mass – The worldwide public cloud services market grew 28.6% year over year in the first half of 2017 (1H17) with revenues totaling $63.2 billion, according to new results from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Semiannual Public Cloud Services Tracker. Read more…

Snapchat outage prompts complaints – on Twitter

(Reuters) – Snapchat faced a worldwide outage for at least four hours on Monday, prompting a flood of complaints on rival mobile application Twitter a day before posting its third quarterly earnings as a public company. Read more…

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