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Apple iOS 13 could drop support for iPhone 6s, iPad Air 2: Report

The upcoming iOS 13 might drop support for iPhone handsets older than iPhone 7. iOS 13 will drop support for iPhone handsets older than iPhone 7, according to an Israeli site The Verifier. That means, the new operating system from Apple will not be available on older phones like iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 6s… Read More »

2019 iPhone Models Could Be Controlled Without Touch

Apple already brought 3D sensing-powered facial recognition to the smartphone world by introducing the TrueDepth Camera system on the iPhone X. While the Cupertino company is expected to retain its original technology this year, the ultimate plan is likely to leverage 3D sensing to enable a multi-hovering experience as well as an enhanced list of augmented reality (AR) features. The 2019 iPhonemodels are… Read More »

Google Pixel XL 2 Concept Shows What The Upcoming Phone Could Look Like

Even before Google has said anything about the much-rumored Google Pixel successors, a crafty YouTube user has already made an unofficial “first look” at the Google Pixel XL 2 with a concept product video. Google Pixel XL 2 Concept Video Surfaces This one’s a looker too — almost a Galaxy S8 look-alike. YouTube channel Concept Creator’s idea of what Google’s notional flagship… Read More »

Tiny, lens-free camera could hide in clothes, glasses

A tiny, paper-thin camera that has no lens could turn conventional photography on its head, according to new research. The device, a square that measures just 0.04 inches by 0.05 inches (1 by 1.2 millimeters), has the potential to switch its ” aperture ” among wide angle, fish eye and zoom instantaneously. And because the device is so… Read More »

Microsoft’s Mixer Could Shake Up the Streaming Game

Microsoft on Thursday announced Mixer, a rebranded version of its game-streaming service previously known as “Beam.” In addition to the name change, the service will include a number of new features designed to attract more gamers. The added features will unlock new possibilities for social streaming, while also helping viewers find specific content across the service, according to… Read More »

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 successor could launch tomorrow; here’s everything we know so far

Barely a week after the annual developer conference, Microsoft is ready to hold another event tomorrow. Scheduled to be held in Shanghai, China, Microsoft is widely believed to launch the next Surface Pro at the event. Now, of course, the company itself has kept mum about giving out any kind of detail about the event tomorrow, for that… Read More »

Samsung Pay Is Here, and It Could Be the Best Reason to Get the Galaxy S8

On a trip to the mall late last year, as I got to the checkout kiosk to pay for the clothes I had just bought, I realised I didn’t have my wallet on me. Forced to make the walk back to where I had parked, I envied people living in countries that have had the option to pay… Read More »

Syria war Russian officers could face sanctions

G7 foreign ministers will attempt to agree a common position on the Syrian conflict, before the US secretary of state flies to Russia to try to persuade it to abandon its Syrian ally. Rex Tillerson will also meet officials from allied Middle Eastern countries before heading to Moscow. The UK has suggested threatening tightly-focused sanctions on Russian and… Read More »

Saddam Hussein warned the US it could not govern Iraq

Saddam Hussein warned the Americans they would be unable to run Iraq after the 2003 war because they did not understand the language, the history, or the “Arab mind”. After he had been captured in December 2003, the toppled Iraqi president was interviewed by John Nixon. Mr Nixon, who was a senior analyst with the CIA, has now… Read More »

Android 7.0 Nougat could be released as soon as next month

If you have been keeping track of Google’s work on the next major Android update, then you have surely noticed that the search giant is definitely pushing thing along a lot faster this time around. Instead of waiting for Google I/O 2016, the first developer preview builds of the OS came out on March 9, two moths or… Read More »