February 10, 2017, 10:00 AM

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Joe Rossignol / MacRumors:
KGI: all three 2017 iPhones will have wireless charging, and OLED model will need additional graphite sheathing to prevent the overheating of 3D Touch sensor  —  Apple is widely rumored to launch three new iPhones this year, and KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo now claims that all of them will feature wireless charging.
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Samsung Chromebook Pro review: solid design, good performance and battery life, but Chrome OS and Android integration isn't perfect yet  —  Review: Chrome/Android integration is on the right track.  —  The market is about to be flooded with a new wave of Chromebooks, all focused on Android apps.
Alan F. / PhoneArena:
WhatsApp starts rolling out two-step verification for all iOS, Android, and Windows users  —  Messaging app WhatsApp announced today that it has started rolling out two-step verification for its iOS, Android and Windows users.  It is up to the user of each device to enable the app to use this new feature …
Matt Weinberger / Business Insider:
HackerOne raises $40M Series C led by led by Dragoneer Investment Group  —  HackerOne, a marketplace where companies can pay hackers to spot and fix security flaws in their software, has raised another $40 million in venture capital funding in a round led by Dragoneer Investment Group.
Mariella Moon / Engadget:
Chrome for Android adds WebVR support for the Daydream headset  —  If you have a Daydream VR headset, you may want to update your Android phone's Chrome browser ASAP.  Chrome's stable version now supports WebVR, a JavaScript API necessary for experiences loaded on browsers to work on a VR device.
Andrew Liptak / The Verge:
Facebook hires MTV executive Mina Lefevre as head of development, overseeing scripted and unscripted content  —  Mina Lefevre had been the head of scripted for MTV  —  Facebook has been working to make video a central part of how its users experience the site, first with Facebook Live …
Marcus Ash / Windows Blog:
Microsoft's Cortana will now suggest reminders based on content of emails, available now on Windows 10 and iOS, Android in the coming weeks  —  Cortana* already gives you reminders for people, places and times, and helps you make and manage to-do lists so you don't forget a thing.
Stephen Witt / Billboard:
Interview with Jeff Bezos and Steve Boom, VP of Amazon Music, about the music industry, Echo and Alexa's place in it, more  —  Amazon founder Jeff Bezos would make almost any list of the world's most powerful people.  In retail, he's clearly on top, and in tech, he's close to it.

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