Another day, another rumor about the iPhone 8. According to a new research note by the infamous KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is working on “revolutionary” camera technology for the iPhone 8 which will power facial or iris recognition, 3D selfies, and augmented reality experiences on Apple’s next flagship device.
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Do you have a habit of locking your PC whenever you leave your desk? Do you find it a pain to punch in your passcode every time you come back? If you’d like a simpler way of unlocking your Windows 10 PC then make sure you have a compatible Galaxy smartphone. According to a new report, Samsung will soon enable users of compatible Galaxy smartphones to unlock any Windows 10 PC.
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The Galaxy Note 7 caused a lot of headaches over at Samsung because the phone started catching fire soon after it was released. After a lengthy investigation, Samsung concluded that battery defects were to blame. The handset cost Samsung billions of dollars in lost sales aside from the costs associated with the recall. The company might be trying to make some money out of the entire ordeal by releasing refurbished Galaxy Note 7s in select markets this year.
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All of the rumors and reports about the Galaxy S8 so far suggest that the handset is not going to have a home button. This also means that it will not have the two navigation buttons that you normally find on either side of the home button. It appears that the Galaxy S8 will stick with software-based navigation buttons and today a purported picture of the Galaxy S8 has leaked online, possibly showing us the navigation buttons.
Read full post →Leaked Galaxy S8 Photo Shows Navigation Buttons

Samsung has long been sourcing LCD panels from Sharp but it has had to make an abrupt change to the supply chain. Foxconn acquired Sharp last year and soon after that, the Japanese company informed Samsung that it will stop supplying the Korean company with LCD panels. Since then, Samsung has been looking for other suppliers and reports have suggested that it’s going to source LCD panels from LG Display. LG’s display affiliate is expected to start supplying Samsung with LCD panels by July this year.
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HTC recently confirmed that it would soon launch its new premium smartphones in India. The HTC U Ultra and U Play were both launched first earlier this year and the company is now gradually bringing them to other markets across the globe. Today, at an event in New Delhi, the company confirmed the HTC U Ultra and U Play price and release date in India.
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Verizon announced its intention to acquire Yahoo for $4.83 billion last year. Soon after the deal was confirmed it emerged that Yahoo had been a victim of a massive cyberattack. The company’s image suffered serious damage when reports of one attack after the other kept coming in. It was then reported that Verizon was looking for a discount on the deal and today both companies have officially confirmed the new price.
Read full post →Verizon Agrees To Buy Yahoo At $350 Million Discount


Qualcomm has just announced its latest Gigabit-class LTE modem called Snapdragon X20. It is a discrete modem (not integrated into a SoC processor) that can reach a theoretical speed of 1.2 Gbps (download), thus firmly bridging the gap between LTE and 5G. It does so thanks to an unprecedented use of carrier aggregation and introduces features like dual-SIM VoLTE (voice over LTE) that should be increase voice quality for regions like Asia or MEA where dual-SIM is popular.

The Snapdragon X20 LTE Modem is Qualcomm first device to use LTE CAT 18 (1.2Gbps DL), and it also happens to be the world’s first CAT 18 modem. The upload remains at CAT 13 (150 Mbps), just like the X9, X12 and X16 modems. The 1.2 Gbps peak download speed is possible because Qualcomm uses carrier aggregation with five 20Mhz channels instead of four with the X16 Modem (1 Gbps, CAT 16). “Carrier aggregation” means combining multiple data streams all operating in the same band (20 Mhz here) to increase data throughput.   Read full post →Qualcomm Snapdragon X20 Second Generation Gigabit LTE Modem

Bethesda isn’t necessarily a name you might think of when it comes to mobile games, but the company’s launch of Fallout Shelter proved to be a rather surprising success. This is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that Bethesda has a new mobile game in the works, as revealed during an interview with Glixel. Read full post →Bethesda Has A New Mobile Game In The Works

In case you didn’t know, there is a Metal Gear Solid movie in the works. Now we know that video game adaptations have never really turned out well, so forgive us if we’re a bit skeptical about how this particular movie will turn out as well. However the good news is that it looks like its director plans to keep it true to the series. Read full post →Metal Gear Solid Film Director Wants To Keep It True To The Series