Deal: Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL down $150 in US, €250 in...

Nothing is permanent in life, and this applies to smartphones prices more than anything else. Back in October, Google announced the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL at $799/€849 or...

GoFundMe launches official campaign for workers impacted by government shutdown – TechCrunch

GoFundMe is partnering with Deepak Chopra to launch a different kind of campaigns. The company is going beyond its usual role as a platform and hosting its own campaign to...

Huawei’s NM cards benchmarked, show microSD-like performance.

Huawei is pushing for a new memory card standard – NM – but is it any good? Benchmarks show that the cards perform on par with their microSD counterparts. They...

Foldable Galaxy to have smaller battery than expected, Galaxy A70 battery detailed

Samsung’s first foldable phone was reported to have two batteries, each with a capacity of 3,000mAh or more. Newer info points to a much smaller battery. Two batteries with 2,190mAh capacity,...

Here’s our first look at the new Motorola RAZR 2019

Motorola's reimagining of the iconic RAZR clamshell just got a bit clearer. Through images from a patent filing (which Moto was reportedly granted) we get to see a clearer image...

Galaxy S10 to have in-screen fingerprint scanner, Samsung Pay app source code confirms

We’ve been hearing rumors about Samsung putting the fingerprint scanner below the screen since the development stage of Galaxy S8. When it didn’t arrive, speculations suggested the Galaxy S9 would...

Flaws in Omron HMI Product Exploitable via Malicious Project Files

Japan-based electronics company Omron has released an update for its CX-Supervisor product to address several vulnerabilities that can be exploited for denial-of-service (DoS) attacks and remote code execution. CX-Supervisor is a...

Samsung announces the Exynos 7 Series 7904 SoC

Samsung announced a new mid-range Exynos 7904 SoC designed with the Indian market in mind. It should help the company's mid-range and entry level devices retain a competitive edge against...

Work on world’s first CRISPR gene-edited babies declared illegal by China – TechCrunch

Chinese authorities have declared the work of He Jiankui, who shocked the scientific community by claiming he successfully created the world’s first gene-edited babies, an illegal decision in pursuit of “personal...