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In a day like April Fools’ you would expect all kinds of shenanigans from tech companies. You would think a smartphone with dual selfie cameras in a notch on the bottom side of the screen sounds like a joke.
The Mars Helicopter will launch as a technology demonstrator with the Mars 2020 rover on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket in July 2020 from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
Aptly called Screen Cleaner, this feature is nothing short of revolutionary, eliminating the need to manually wipe your phone's display when it becomes dirty.
Microsoft has banned its employees from taking part in playing pranks and hoaxes on April Fools’ Day, The Verge reported.
While everyone was expecting Apple to launch its AirPower wireless charging pad at anytime, the announcement made today will undoubtedly surprise many.
If you use the highly-rated email app Edison Mail you’ll find there’s a new feature available today. Now, you can easily block email addresses when you receive something you don’t want.
The Wi-Fi Alliance caused a minor stir late last year when it announced a switch in naming conventions for Wi-Fi. Gone was the complex naming scheme featuring seemingly nonsensical letters.
Scientists, including one of Indian origin, have transformed a piece of wood into a flexible membrane that generates power from the same type of electric current that the human body runs on.
Huawei's event yesterday was mostly about its two new flagship smartphones, but we also saw smart sunglasses, earphones, and new Watch GT editions. There was also the new SuperCharge power bank that has 12,000 mAh capacity and two-way 40W charging rate.
Apple Card will be integrated into the Apple Pay and will offer users cashbacks on using its daily.
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Sony has launched the second generation version of its compact, rugged video camera, the RX0 II. The RX0 II is roughly similar in size and shape to its predecessor but features some notable improvements.
An unexpected leak just appeared on Weibo giving away some details regarding an upcoming Exynos chipset - the Exynos 9710.