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Google’s Parental Control App is Available for Download in the US

Google’s parental control app for Android devices “Family Link” has completed the beta testing period and is now available to public to download for free in the US. The app, which lets parents manage apps, set screen time limits and more, can be used from either an iOS or Android device, but is designed specifically to manage a child’s Android device, TechCrunch reported late ...

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Fingerprint Sensor-Enabled Phones’ Shipment to Cross 1 Billion in 2018

The demand for adding fingerprint sensors to smartphones has been ever-increasing and keeping up with the trend, fingerprint scanner-capable smartphone shipments are estimated to cross a billion units in 2018. Samsung was the market leader in fingerprint-enabled smartphones – contributing 12% market share, followed by Apple and Huawei with 11% and 8% share, respectively, in the second quarter of 2017, market research firm Counterpoint Research said ...

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How to Find Legitimate Deals on Tech

We all want to get our hands on the latest in shiny new gadgetry. Unfortunately, the newest tech tends to come with the most premium prices. But it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way. By keeping an eye out for seasonal price changes, annual product cycles, special offers, and refurbished devices, you can make sure you’re buying your hardware ...

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The iPhone X’s face unlock and the fifth amendment don’t mix

Earlier this week, Apple unveiled its new flagship smartphone, the iPhone X. Its marquis feature is a front-facing array of sensors it calls the TrueDepth camera, designed to recognize and track a user’s face. It replaces the fingerprint scanner as the biometric method for unlocking the phone. The iPhone X isn’t the first device to include this feature. Windows Hello (which ...

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