Technology

  • iPhone X Gets a Cautious Approval

    In September Apple has revealed the details behind its newest product, next-generation smartphone called iPhone X. The comments of early reviewers were mostly positive, although tentative. Most of commentators have praised design and build but saved their final opinion until they could use the phone longer. As Gareth Beavis wrote for TechRadar, new iPhone is truly exciting but not really innovative. The excitement stems rather from its radical redesign; the smooth and polished...
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  • The ways the car industry is changing in the Digital Age

    We live in a world of technological revolution, one where literally every industry is impacted in various ways. The automotive industry is not an exception. We see more and more influence of the digital age on the way we interact, buy and use our vehicles. It is estimated that within the next few years, the car industry will invest more than 80 billion dollars in technology and innovation. Most automobile manufacturers have already understood and embraced the imminent onset of the...
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  • What can go wrong with Face ID on the new iPhone X

    The upcoming iPhone could be a game changer, with the latest cutting-edge screen, the new camera sensor and all the other advanced functionalities. But there is one function that people have a lot of questions about, and that is the new Face ID unlock feature. For the first time in history, Apple is resigning from the iconic home button with an integrated fingerprint sensor and replaces it with facial recognition software and hardware. Fingerprint sensors have been around for a long time...
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