Posts Tagged: eyes

Google claims Gmail safe from their prying eyes

Over the past couple days, Google found itself embroiled in some new controversy regarding the company’s treatment of users’ email. This is not the first time Google has dealt with fears that their employees may be reading user email messages, but this time around access by third-party developers is thrown into the mix. Yesterday Google […]

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New report says HTC’s U11 EYEs will launch on January 15th with 6-inch 18:9 display

CES 2018 hasn’t exactly been a motherlode of excitement for the smartphone segment, with most announcements centering around accessories such as smart speakers with Google Assistant built-in and Razer’s Project Linda. Luckily, thanks to a certain serial leaker, we now know that HTC is planning on launching a brand new handset called the U11 EYEs […]

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Samsung reportedly eyes first half of 2018 for smart speaker debut

Astonishingly, Apple's long-delayed HomePod speaker might not be the last to market when it launches early next year. Samsung will release its own smart speaker in the first half of 2018, according to a Bloomberg report. Unsurprisingly, it will repor…
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Eyes on the road! Samsung’s latest app replies to messages when you’re driving

Samsung Netherlands has built a new app that could help keep the roads a little safer — by automatically detecting when you’re driving or cycling and replying to your calls and messages.

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The eyes have it: Samsung Pay will let you purchase items using your retina

The latest update to Samsung Pay allows consumers to pay with nothing more than your retina (that is to say, your eye). But there’s a catch — this feature only works if you have a Galaxy Note 7.

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Movimento’s ‘On-The-Air’ software platform eyes a truly connected automotive ecosystem

Software management company Movimento has unveiled a new ‘On-The-Air’ automotive platform at the TU-Automotive event in Detroit. We spoke with Movimento CTO Mahbubul Alam about what the platform can do and the future of the software-defined car.

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