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Saturday, 20 Jun 2015
South Korean publication INews24 reports that Samsung and LG are preparing to launch smartphones with iris-based authentication systems as early as next year. Could this mean that the Galaxy S7 and G5 will integrate the new biometric login systems?
Apple discontinued the first generation iPad Mini and pulled it out of its Online Store yesterday. All members of the iPad family now have Retina displays and use 64-bit processors.
Friday, 19 Jun 2015
OnePlus has officially confirmed that its next flagship smartphone will be powered by an improved version of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor. Known as v2.1, OnePlus promises that the OnePlus 2 will be "cooler than ever". We've got more details inside!
Nokia CEO, Rajeev Suri, has confirmed that Nokia plans to design and license phones again as soon as its deal with Microsoft allows it to. If you recall, back in 2013, Microsoft bought Nokia, and part of that deal stipulated that it wouldn't make or sell any phones until 2016.
With over a billion Muslims fasting from food and drink during the day for the holy month of Ramadan, Google has decided to offer some help in the form of a website, My Ramadan Companion.
The latest rumors suggest that the new Apple Watch could come with a FaceTime camera, expanded Wi-Fi capabilities and will also be available in new materials.
LG's second flagship for the year is rumored to be even more powerful than the G4; it will come with a bigger display, a faster processor, more RAM and a more powerful rear camera. Hit the link to find out more details!
Based on exclusive data provided by Slice Intelligence, Reuters released a report stating that sales of Apple Watch devices in the U.S reached an estimated 2.8 million as of mid-June and the company is in a good position to make good profits from the watch bands.
Thursday, 18 Jun 2015
A mobile security researcher at NowSecure uncovered a critical vulnerability in the preloaded SwiftKey app that can be found on over 600 million Samsung Galaxy smartphones. The vulnerability allows hackers to remotely access sensitive personal data and secretly install apps without user's knowledge.
With Microsoft's Xbox One gaining the ability to play supported Xbox 360 games, one wonders then if Sony has similar plans for in store for the PS4.