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Tech News Flash: Thursday -- April 19, 2018

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The Electronics Industry: A Pawn in the US vs. China Chess Game
34 Firms to Join Cybersecurity Tech Accord
Vulnerabilities Abound in Popular Android Apps: Report
Swedish Sounds, Cool Phones, and Smart Switches

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The Electronics Industry: A Pawn in the US vs. China Chess Game
Rising tensions between China and the United States have led to growing
concerns that a tariff war will have a negative impact on the
electronics industry. Amazingly, the industry has been spared thus far,
and with good reason. However, even if tariffs aren't imposed, there is
a silent battle between the two countries that already has impacted the
global electronics ecosystem.

34 Firms to Join Cybersecurity Tech Accord
Microsoft, Oracle and Facebook, along with 31 other companies, have
signed the Cybersecurity Tech Accord, an agreement aimed at defending
against cyberattacks, whether coming from rogue hackers or nation-
states. The 34 tech firms committed to stronger defenses, no offensive
attacks, capacity building and collective action. Security remains a
major issue in the tech world.

Vulnerabilities Abound in Popular Android Apps: Report
About 20 percent of the most popular Android Apps available through the
Google Play Store contain open source components with known security
vulnerabilities that can be exploited by hackers, according to a report
Insignary will release next week. The findings are the result of the
company's recent comprehensive binary code scan of the 700 most popular
Android Apps on the Google Play Store.

Swedish Sounds, Cool Phones, and Smart Switches
Not quite content with furnishing every other aspect of our homes, IKEA
has continued its push into smart home territory with its first
Bluetooth speaker. The Eneby comes in two sizes: 8 x 8 and 12 x 12
inches. You can use it as a portable speaker with up to 10 hours of
battery life with the optional $20 battery, and there's a handle for
added portability.

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