It’s no secret that Google knows a lot about you. It recently made headlines when the internet realised every time someone speaks to Google, it records their voice. And you can listen back to it. But that isn’t the only bit of Google data that users with the right know-how can track down.
Laptops and other large electronic devices will be banned from the cabin on flights to the UK from six countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
The red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus differ from other models in colour only.
Apple has launched a red version of its iPhone 7 and 7 Plus as well as a new video app for iOS.
The red iPhone celebrates Apple’s 10-year partnership with Red, an organisation that aims to combat Aids.
Out of nowhere, Google released the first Developer Preview for Android O today. Although this is the first developer preview, it is still very exciting. If you are interested in what’s new with Android O, read on.
According to Google’s overview of this build, the Android team is approaching new ways for developers and users to interact with notifications (Notification Channels), a picture-in-picture mode, many battery usage improvements, adaptive icons, font resources in XML, plus a whole lot more.
It was one of Nokia’s most successful phones, selling around 126 million handsets worldwide when it was launched 17 years ago.
And now it looks like HMD Global, owner of the Nokia brand, are bringing back the iconic Nokia 3310 mobile phone handset.
Samsung have this morning (1st Feb) teased a new device which may likely be the Galaxy S8.
ICE stands for “in case of emergency,” and it’s what many of us have been taught to look for if someone needs medical attention. Well, what if that person is you? Where is your ICE info? One of the easiest and most convenient places to keep emergency information is on your smartphone, but only if you know the right way to do it so that someone can see it without having to unlock your phone. Now is a great time to make sure you and everyone in your family has ICE info on their phone, especially smartphone-carrying students who might be heading back to school soon.
As previously revealed by LG Display, the LG G6 will feature a large 5.7-inch display with an unusual aspect ratio of 2:1 and an emphasis on minimal bezels. The new phone’s screen-to-bezel ratio is greater than 90 percent, and though its bottom isn’t shown in the image below, it’s only slightly taller than the top bezel. Xiaomi’s Mi Mix is the closest competitor to LG’s new handset in this quest to make an all-screen phone, though there’s also a tantalizing leak of a purported Samsung Galaxy S8 screen cover that makes it seem like Samsung’s going down a similar path as well. Like the Mi Mix and the rumored S8, the G6 has curved display corners.
Apple is expected to replace current 3D Touch technology with a new design based on thin film sensors when it introduces a next-generation iPhone with OLED display, according to noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Apple’s next generation iPhone will feature a wraparound OLED 5.8-inch display with integrated fingerprint sensor, according to a research note from Cowen and Company. Additionally, the phone is expected to include some “form of facial/gesture recognition”.