In our May issue we look at Google's new push with G Suite to make this office productivity software something for the Enterprise user, seeking to topple Microsoft Office. New AI tools like voice recognition and virtual assistants have been added to G Suite, and we have details. We also look at Android "Bubbles" – allowing apps to open in small inset windows on a smartphone so users can multitask without closing one app to use the second. Apple and Qualcomm have settled patent issues, which may pave the way for 5G chips in iPhones, experts say. Microsoft has released an updated schedule for Windows product updates and confirmed January 14, 2020 as the day Windows 7 will be officially "retired." And, malware continues to plague the IT industry, as seen by the city of Baltimore being shut down by a ransomware attack, and the "bad guys" are getting more sophisticated in the tools they use. We have more on their exploits in this issue.