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iPhone 12 Touch ID: Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor tipped for 2020

If you’re one of the iPhone lovers praying for the return of the Touch ID fingerprint sensors alongside Face ID, then the evidence is certainly

Fingerprint scanner placement: Where do you want it?

Fingerprint scanners are now standard in smartphones. This biometric security feature has made our mobile devices more secure and more convenient to access. It has

Apple iPhones 2021: under-display Touch ID, 8GB RAM, Release Date!

Based on the latest research, Apple iPhones in 2021 is coming with two biometric authentication methods, 8GB RAM and more specs! Keep on reading to

Apple could add a fan-favourite Windows laptop feature to Macbooks

Apple has been granted a patent suggesting Face ID may be coming to Macs. The feature would be used for security and preventing the screen

Apple is testing biometric sign-ins for iCloud

Apple is experimenting with a way of making iCloud easier to access, while increasing security for users. If you’re using the beta versions of iOS

Garmin Forerunner 45 review : This stripped back watch belies its price

Garmin’s back with the Forerunner 45 – the new budget running watch for those who want a dedicated GPS tracker but are less concerned about Olympian levels

How to make face unlock more secure in the Samsung Galaxy S10 line

Samsung’s Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e are packed to the brim with everything and anything you’d want in a phone. Everything, that is, except

Fitbit drops the price, splashes on the color for spring 2019 lineup

Fitbit has tracked 181 billion hours of heart rate data, 175 trillion steps, and 457 billion minutes of exercise across 90 million devices — giving

LG G8 ThinQ hands-on: Palm-reading Android adopts smarter sensors

In a smartphone age where facial recognition, in-display fingerprint readers, and other unusual biometrics are proliferating, the LG G8 ThinQ still manages to offer something

7 Best Features of the Huawei Nova 3i

Huawei has finally launched their newest mid-range smartphone in the Philippines, the Nova 3i. It packs very capable hardware specs with an attractive price tag. If

Best GPS running watch and sports wearables to buy 2018

Whatever your needs, check out our selection of top running watches Deciding on the best running watch for you is an extremely personal choice. Each

Galaxy S9 vs iPhone X: Has Samsung done enough?

The iOS versus Android battle is really a different question: are you iPhone, or are you Samsung Galaxy? Right now, with the covers finally lifted

Best sports watch 2018: Top GPS watches for running, cycling and swimming

Whatever your needs, check out our selection of top running watches Deciding on the best sports watch for you is an extremely personal choice. Each

Beyond iPhone X: 3 potential uses for Apple’s TrueDepth

Apple is investing almost $400m into the one of the companies responsible for its TrueDepth camera system on the iPhone X, and it’s likely just

Kensington VeriMark Fingerprint Key Review

Ever since the introduction of Windows 10, biometric security options have been supported on PCs ranging from the expected premium systems down to the most

Cubot X18 Smartphone Review: Cubot’s entry to a bezel-less budget phone!

With the successive launch of  Cubot X18 Smartphone, Cubot also entered into the bezel-less war! Will it be a game changer? Let’s Find Out! Apple changes

And finally : Apple Watch smartbands detailed and more

A look back at some of the lesser stories from the past seven days And finally is the place where we round up the wearable

Best Bluetooth headphones for running – UPDATE 2017

When it comes to buying the perfect pair of Bluetooth headphones for running, things just got a lot smarter. The latest models can check heart

Cherry Mobile Iris Hands-on Review : Eye Security

One of the features that we miss the most from Samsung’s aborted Galaxy Note 7 is the iris scanning tech. If you don’t recall, the

Best Bluetooth headphones for running

Run with freedom by connecting your smartwatch to a pair of these When it comes to buying the perfect pair of Bluetooth headphones for running,

The best wearables for real time coaching

Skip the personal trainer and let these wearables give you that extra edge We know that fitness trackers and sporty wearables are great at showering

For your eyes only: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 reportedly includes an iris scanner

Cross out Samsung Galaxy Note 6 with your S-Pen and jot down the new name:Samsung Galaxy Note 7. It’s reportedly launching in a month along

Lenovo ThinkPad X260 Review

Pros Epic battery life; Comfortable keyboard; Durable and lightweight design Cons Dull display (with base screen) Verdict A great choice for business travelers, the ThinkPad

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016) review

1. Introduction Samsung reinvented itself last year and that gave the A-series a chance for a coup. It took the great new design from the

Saygus V Squared Hands-on Review : Squaring up to the competition

Saygus first announced its entrance into the smartphone world in 2015 and it was greeted with huge amounts of praise. This year sees the company

Under Armour HealthBox review : A dysfunctional family of connected kit

There’s something very promising about what UA HealthBox aims to deliver. I think it will be great one day, but there’s work to be done

Samsung details Internet 4.0, Cross App features for Android 6.0

Given the pace of Android updates on OEM devices, users sometimes consider it a miracle to even have a plain, vanilla new Android version on

Hi-Tec Trek Plus review : A solid sub-£100 fitness tracker that lacks a really killer feature

The Hi-Tec Plus falls into the good all-rounder category of fitness trackers but doesn’t really do anything to stand out from the crowd. It’s a

What’s inside the Samsung Galaxy S7?

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is arguably the most hotly-anticipated Android phone of 2016, but the heart of the chip could well be the bigger story.

HP Spectre x2 review: A less expensive Surface rival

We’ve been noticing something the past few months: Every tech company is trying to be more like Microsoft. Which is to say, they’re belatedly copying