Smartphone fingerprint scanning heads to mainstream

Friday

In-display fingerprint sensors are expected to make a breakthrough this year, with vendors likely to embed this technology, says TrendForce.

LG backs AI innovation

DeepThinQ 1.0 was developed with the establishment of the group's Artificial Intelligence Lab, in South Korea, to accelerate research into AI.

Google debuts space-saving app

Dec 6, 2017

Files Go helps users free up space on their smartphones so devices work faster and files are easier to find.

GovChat apps coming soon

Nov 23, 2017

App versions of the government chat tool will be available on Android and iOS early next year.

Skype pulled from Apple, Android China app stores

Nov 22, 2017

Microsoft's Internet call and messaging service disappears from app stores in China, in the latest setback for a foreign tech service in the country.

Nokia launches low-cost smartphone in SA

Nov 14, 2017

The Nokia 2 is now available in SA and will sell for the recommended retail price of R1?699.

Veza app aims to eliminate business card collection

Nov 7, 2017

The new app allows entrepreneurs to ditch the normal manner of exchanging contacts via business cards.

Google offers bug bounty to clean up mobile apps

Oct 20, 2017

Security experts are offered a bounty to identify Android app flaws, as the Alphabet unit seeks to wipe out bugs from its Google Play store.

Android app lets parents control children's screen time

Oct 2, 2017

Family Link gives parents the option to remotely lock their child's phone and monitor how long they spend on it.

The great Apple bluff

Sep 15, 2017

Initially, the iPhone X looked like a dud to me. Yet on second thought, there's something else going on here.

Kickstarter preserves charging cables

Sep 13, 2017

A 16-year-old US entrepreneur starts a crowdfunding initiative to fund an invention which patches worn-out charging cables.

How to print from your iOS or Android phone

Enabling employees to print to their?Xerox printer?or?MFP?from their smartphone empowers workers and frees up IT resources, says?Brad Allan, worldwide product marketing manager at Xerox. [Local rep: Bytes Document Solutions]