Google responds to EC's Android investigation; Moore's Law reaches 50

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Growing sales of Internet of Thigns (IoT) products enabled Intel to offset a decline in traditional semiconductor activities during the January-to-March quarter. Article

> Imagination Technologies aims to power communications for the Internet of Things. Article

> Google responds to the European Commission's questions about its Android investigation, saying the OS has created more choice and innovation in mobile than ever before. Blog

> The IEEE Computer Society identifies disruptive technology areas of the future. Article

> Smartphones could be used as an affordable alternative to sophisticated earthquake-monitoring networks. Article

> Moore's Law at 50: Its past and its future. Article

> QEOS has teamed up with Nutaq to produce what it says is a complete development solution for 5G massive MIMO applications. Article

> Google's search engine can now find a user's lost Android phone. Article

And finally… Tip: Don't bring your drone to Cuba. Article


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