Sony may acquire Toshiba's sensor business; Google 'rethinks everything' around machine learning

Wireless tech news from across the Web:

> Current mudslinging is indicative of the state of the telco virtualization market, where it's starting to become clear which organizations, technologies and companies will be "the chosen ones." Light Reading post

> The chief executive of TalkTalk said on Friday that she had received a ransom demand from hackers who had claimed responsibility for stealing data on some of the company's 4 million customers. New York Times article

> Sony may further cement its dominance in the market of smartphone camera components by acquiring Toshiba's sensor business. The Verge article

> Google says it's "rethinking everything" around machine learning. Network World article

> Hewlett-Packard Co., after a five-year effort, has decided to shutter its cloud-computing competitor to Amazon.com's AWS service. Wall Street Journal article (sub. req.)

> Securing Android: How Blackberry will lock down its upcoming Priv phone. Extreme Tech article

> Stanford teaches a self-driving DeLorean to drift. Ars Technica article

And finally… This tech will make video shot on your phone look like it was shot on film. Article

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