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Chat bubbles might make their way to Twitter, judging by some of the upcoming interface changes that are set to hit select beta users of the social app. As revealed by Twitter representatives to Engadget at CES '19
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Qualcomm, the company that designs those wonderful chipsets that power the majority of handsets around the world, the company whose Snapdragon X50 modem chip will soon bring the joy of 5G data speeds to many, is rapidly turning into a villain.
Every year Google introduces new software features that are exclusive to its Pixel devices. Some remain exclusive forever, while others are making their way to other smartphones after a while.
It looks like WhatsApp is playing nice with Android users after all. Back in October, WhatsApp started working on a new feature that would allow iOS users to authenticate using two security methods – Face ID and Touch ID, but there was no word on whether or not these features will make it to Android app as well.
Apple's shares, as many of you already know, have dropped 34% from its peak. Last week, the stock had a particularly bad day after Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the company was lowering its guidance of fiscal first quarter revenue due to weak iPhone sales in China. The very next day, the stock crashed nearly 10% lower, and have struggled to recapture some of that lost ground since.
According to a report from Upstream, a mobile security firm (via CNET), a weather app pre-installed on certain Alcatel smartphones contained malware that would secretly subscribe owners of these handsets to premium phone numbers.
Imagine a world where the battery in your phone charges wirelessly via over the air signals. Back in 2017, we told you that Disney was working on this technology. So is a company called Ossia. The latter today announced (via Gizmodo) that it is teaming up with smartphone case maker Spigen to produce a smartphone...
Samsung has since updated the article with a new image, but that one is quite interesting too – gone is the camera and the bezels got thicker too.
The 1TB 633x SDXC UHS-I card is not a technical marvel, being only UHS-I instead of the faster II but still tops out at a read speed of 95 MB/s, which makes it a great choice for 4K and high-speed 1080p video or fast RAW capture.
A new report comes to fill us in on the battery capacities of two upcoming Samsung flagships. The Galaxy F, or Galaxy Fold, is believed to incorporate not one but two batteries. According to the report, each side of the flip will have a 3,100 mAh cell - matching the capacity of the ones found...
Since then we've seen 11 more generations of iPhones - the iPhone 3G, the iPhone 3GS, the iPhone 4, the iPhone 5, the iPhone 5S/5C, the iPhone 6/6 Plus, the iPhone 6S/6S Plus, the iPhone 7/7 Plus/SE, the iPhone X/8/8 Plus and finally the iPhone XS/XS Max/XR.
Last year vivo's NEX smartphones took the world by storm with their slim bezels and motorized selfie cams, and the company doesn't plan on sitting still this year either. According to a series of new rumors out of China, vivo is working on a new smartphone codenamed "The Waterdrop" which will have a very unique design.