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  • BlackBerry KeyOne smartphone to launch in U.S. and Canada in late May 2017/04/27

    The BlackBerry KeyOne, an Android-based smartphone with a hardware keyboard, will be available in the U.S. and Canada from May 31, the phone's maker said Thursday.

    TCL Communications, the Chinese company that acquired rights to produce BlackBerry-brand handsets, originally had said the phone would go on sale in April, so the delay may disappoint potential users. This could be a bad time to test the patience of potential buyers, as Samsung and LG are both heavily promoting their new flagship handsets, the S8 and G6.

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  • FCC chairman plans to 'reverse the mistake' of net neutrality 2017/04/26

    The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will vote on May 18 to kick off a proceeding to "reverse the mistake" of the agency's 2-year-old net neutrality rules, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said.

    The rulemaking proceeding would be the first step toward repealing the regulations and reversing the agency's 2015 decision to classify broadband as a regulated, telecom-like service.

    Pai didn't provide a lot of detail about his proposal during a speech Wednesday, but during the rulemaking, the FCC will seek public comment on how best to move forward with new net neutrality rules or guidelines, he said. The FCC is scheduled to release the text of Pai's proposal on Thursday.

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  • California bill would force utilities to give rebates for energy-storage systems 2017/04/26

    A bill that recently won state Senate committee approval would make California the first state to require utilities to dole out rebates to customers who install energy storage systems.

    The Energy Storage Initiative (SB700) was approved last week by the state's Senate Energy, Utilities and Communications Committee and is awaiting a full senate vote.

    The bill, authored by State Sen. Scott Wiener, a Democrat, would require the electric utilities to provide rebates to their customers by Dec. 1, 2018 for the installation of energy storage systems meeting certain requirements.

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  • After early hype, smartwatches slowly emerge with enterprise uses 2017/04/26

    A market for enterprise-use smartwatches is slowly emerging, being led by the Apple Watch, according to market research firm IDC.

    "Apple Watch in particular, and to some extent other smartwatches, do have relevance in the enterprise, although to date the usage has been quite low as the market is still nascent," IDC analyst Jitesh Ubrani said in an email.

    The first Apple Watch was released with much fanfare just over two years ago this week -- on April 24, 2015.

    While the Apple Watch and other smartwatches haven't sold as well as once hoped, they are part of an emerging landscape of wrist wearables that includes several Samsung models and more than a dozen other smartwatch brands that natively run third-party apps. These smartwatches compete with some less-intelligent models from Fitbit and other wrist wearables sold primarily as consumer devices to monitor fitness.

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  • Microsoft adds another layer to the Windows 10 patching onion 2017/04/26

    Microsoft yesterday added another update cycle to Windows 10's monthly patching, saying that the new collection of non-security-only fixes would give corporate customers the "increased flexibility" they had demanded.

    On Monday, Michael Niehaus, director of Windows 10 product marketing, announced the new monthly update, saying that the company would initially issue it only to customers running 1703, the upgrade also known as Creators Update, which launched earlier this month.

    "We will routinely offer one (or sometimes more than one) additional update each month," Niehaus wrote in a post to a company blog. "These additional cumulative updates will contain only new non-security updates" [emphasis added].

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