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Apple reportedly acquired Israeli startup RealFace

Apple has reportedly acquired Israeli startup RealFace, which makes facial recognition software to authenticate users by simply showing their mug, rather than having to enter a password or fingerprint. Israeli business news site Calcalist reported the news Sunday, estimating the deal to be worth a couple million dollars. Apple did not immediately

Samsung has established a cause for those Galaxy Note 7 flare-ups

Even though Samsung has established a cause for those Galaxy Note 7 flare-ups, the device’s story is not over. Korean outlet Hankyung reports that the company will sell the “refurbished” phones, but with smaller, less-explodey batteries inside. It doesn’t sound like the devices will be returning to US or European markets

The next generation of Samsung’s flagship S8: UK release date, specs and price

The next generation of Samsung’s flagship smartphone, called the Galaxy S8, is due for release in the coming months. Samsung will be hoping to regain consumer trust after the botched release of the Note 7 phone last year with the S8. As part of its bid, it will bring some of

Coolpad Cool 1 | First Impression | Launched @ Rs 13,999

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A joint effort of  LeEco and Coolpad takes out a all new device that is Coolpad Cool 1  all new mobile from Coolpad which is launched on 28th December 2k16. A mobile company which doesn't want our year to end without any excitement. so you must be thinking why you should

Samsung Isn’t Pleased With This Grand Theft Auto V Mod

Samsung has had some particularly frustrating issues on its hands over the past few months having to do with its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone. Grand Theft Auto players saw the company's misfortune with its Note 7 debacles as the phones have been outright exploding here and there as an opportunity

It’s Pixel Time! Google Just Launched Its First Smartphone & Much More In San Francisco Event

After Apple's glitzy show last month, it was now Google's turn to take the centre stage. Touted as the biggest launch of the year, Google showcased its much anticipated Pixel series of smartphones and its line of hardware in an event in San Francisco.   Thanks to the numerous leaks and rumours,

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