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Face, finger, or iris? Which unlocking method is the most secure?

It's hard to know if you're keeping your phone safe enough. We'll show you which method of unlocking your Android phone is the most secure.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.) (...)

Source: androidpit.com | 2019-02-06Read all

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Object detection doesn’t need to be a user-facing feature

It benefits the user, regardless of whether or not they're aware it's happening. It seems like almost every phone these days offers some sort of object detection within its camera software. As mobile photography shifts towards relying more on computati...

Confessions of a smartphone addict: Google, I need help

Sometimes you stare at the home screen of your smartphone for no reason or scroll aimlessly through the start screens? Afraid of missing something, are you scurrying through the Facebook timeline? You are not alone. But Google and Apple want the antidote....

3 Most Innovative Brands Attending eTail East

In two weeks, America's most successful retailers will arrive in Boston for eTail East...

LG Migo

A good buy for moms and dads of well-behaved under-10s or as an emergency phone for the elderly....

Xiaomi Mi A2 vs. Xiaomi Mi A1: Should you upgrade?

If you're looking for a mid-range phone, the Mi A2 should be at the top of your list. The Mi A1 launched last year for the equivalent of $230, and the Mi A2 is slated to make its debut at around the $280 mark. What set the Mi A1 apart from the smorgasb...

Is cloud storage safe? (and how to make it safer)

Cloud storage services are booming, but the question still remains: just how safe is cloud storage and how can you make it more secure?(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.)...

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