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Google pilots voice authentication for purchases made through Google Assistant

When smartphones first launched, we had passcodes to secure them and transactions made on them. Then came fingerprint scanning, followed by facial recognition. Now Google wants to use your voice

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Logitech’s revised G915 mechanical gaming keyboard drops the keypad

Logitech boasts that with its smaller size, the G915 TKL is ideal for transporting to LAN events (the good ole days – do people still do those?) or a friend’s

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Spotify removes 10,000-item library restriction

The concept of a library versus a playlist is admittedly rather foreign to me. I just sort of assumed that if you like a song, you add it to your

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Arm doubles down on AI for mobile devices

While many still aren’t that familiar with semiconductor IP stalwart Arm, most everyone knows their key customers—Qualcomm, Apple, Samsung, MediaTek, and HiSilicon (a division of Huawei) to name just a

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Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S7+ to ship with massive battery in tow

Most expect Samsung to announce the new line of tablets sometime this summer, perhaps alongside the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Fold 2. A single Galaxy Unpacked event could

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iPhone 12 will reportedly be the last to use the Lightning connector

Apple will reportedly stick with the proprietary Lightning connector on its next-generation iPhone instead of shifting to the widely used USB-C interface according to one tech leaker. If true, it

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Check out the world’s first heavy-duty 4×4 off-road bus that’s won a Red Dot Design Award

I hardly remember the Mitsubishi bus on pick n drop duty from my school days, though I suspect things would have been slightly different and a whole lot more adventurous

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