Technology Update Archive

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Google Wins US Approval for Radar-Based Hand Motion Sensor

Alphabet’s Google unit won approval from US regulators to deploy a radar-based motion sensing device known as Project Soli. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said
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Politics is a dangerous game: Rajinikanth

Will he, won’t he? Southern superstar Rajinikanth has exhibited Hamletian indecision about pursuing a political career ever since he announced he was joining the
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Android 9.0 Pie rolling out to the Xiaomi Mi A1

Smartphones that are part of the Android One program come with a promise for timely OS updates. Well, it’s hardly been timely, but Android
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HTC Exodus 1 now available, first wave of shipments starts

The HTC Exodus 1 – the company’s first cryptocurrency-focused phone – is now available for purchase. The first wave of shipments is starting and
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How Technology Is Transforming The Construction Industry

The construction industry is in a moment of enormous change. Business is booming — along with the number, complexity, and duration of projects. Increasingly,
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LG patents Flex, Foldi, and Duplex trademarks – could this be a foldable device?

The latest trend in smartphone manufacturing is the race to develop the first commercially available device with a flexible display that can fold in
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Motorola One gets Android 9 Pie update in Mexico: Report

Motorola One users have started receiving Android Pie updates. Motorola One has started receiving the Android 9 Pie update, as reported by XDA Developers.
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WhatsApp Starts Deleting Google Drive Backups Not Updated in 1 Year

WhatsApp – the world’s most popular instant messaging app – confirmed its prior announcement that, as of Monday, November 12, Android users who have
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Apple acknowledges iPhone X’s touch issues and MacBook Pro 13’s data loss

There has been an ongoing touch issue with some of the iPhone X units as well as MacBook Pro 13 data loss problems and
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LG patents a smartphone design with under-display front camera

Apparently, Samsung isn’t the only one planning on releasing a full-screen smartphone with an in-display front-facing camera as a recent patent suggests that LG