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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

Google’s new flagship just got hacked by a Chinese team

Google’s new flagship just got hacked by a Chinese team at in under 60 seconds.   At PwnFest, a hacking competition in Seoul, South Korea, a team of white-hat hackers known as Qihoo 360 demonstrated an exploit that allowed for remote code execution on the Pixel. In under 60 seconds, the team

BENDABLE SMARTPHONES ARE COMING SOONER THAN YOU THINK

The big buzz at Display Week, which wraps up today in San Francisco, is that we may see an actual working bendable smartphone hit the market this year—and it won't be from a household name. Moxi Group, a small Chinese startup whose official corporate name is Chongqing Graphene Tech Company, plans to ship

Sony will Launch Budget Smartphones

Sony Smartphones

Sony has announced its intent to enter the world of entry level smartphones in India. This is expected to take place in the months to come. This has been stated in a report  in The Economic Times. The move may be possibly due to Sony's recent struggle to really shine in the

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