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Belkin 3.5mm Audio + Charge RockStar Lets You Simultaneously Charge, Listen to Your iPhone

Last year, just after the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus without the headphone jack, Belkin launched the Lightning Audio + Charge RockStar adapter to bring back the lost functionality of the 3.5mm audio jack. Last year’s Charge RockStar comes with two Lightning ports which essentially will allow you to use the Lightning EarPods and the Lightning cable for charging, at… Read More »

‘Ghost Telephonist’ lets hackers access phone numbers

The demonstration was made on Sunday by the UnicornTeam researchers from 360 Technology, China’s leading security company, at the ongoing hacker summit Black Hat USA 2017 here, reports Xinhua news agency. In the team’s presentation, security researchers introduced one vulnerability in CSFB (Circuit Switched Fallback) in 4G LTE network. In the CSFB procedure, the researchers found the authentication… Read More »

mAadhaar App Launched by UIDAI, Lets You Carry Aadhaar on Your Android Phone

Aadhaar holders will now be able to carry their information on their smartphone, courtesy the mAadhaar app launched by Unique Identification Authority of India(UIDAI). To use the mAadhaar or ‘mobile Aadhaar’ app, users need to have their phone number registered with UIDAI. Once the process is complete, they can download their details on the app, which will show data suc has name, date… Read More »

The Dell Precision 5520 lets you get to work in Ubuntu 16.04

Dell’s Precision 5520 is one of the very few laptops to offer a Linux distribution as a pre-installed operating system. Another is Dell’s XPS 13 Developer Edition, which offers great performance in a compact size. For people wanting something a little more powerful, the Precision 5520 (which starts at $1,399 but is $2,765.50 as configured) packs workstation levels of power while remaining… Read More »

Walabot is a cool gizmo that lets you see through walls with your smartphone

Ever thought about using your smartphone to see through walls? It’s possible now, thanks to a gizmo called Walabot. Designed by a company in Israel, Walabot is a 3D imaging sensor that mounts to your phone’s back panel via a magnetic attachment. It detects pipes (metal and plastic), electrical wires, studs, and (presumably) the mummified remains of whatever… Read More »