• Rumor: iPhone 8 Won't Support Fingerprint Recognition

    Rumor: iPhone 8 Won't Support Fingerprint Recognition

    Respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, in a new research note obtained and posted by StreetInsider, corroborated rumors that Apple's next flagship iPhone will have an all-glass front with a virtual home button, but called into question whether that button will support fingerprint recognition.So, "the new OLED iPhone won't support under-display fingerprint recognition.
  • Four Things You Must Do To Retain Top Tech Talent

    Four Things You Must Do To Retain Top Tech Talent

    The reason for the short tenure of employees at tech companies is often chalked up to the competitive nature of tech talent, with other companies competing for the same candidates.To help overcome this challenge here are four ways you can improve tech retention at your business.
  • Four Things You Must Do To Retain Top Tech Talent

    Four Things You Must Do To Retain Top Tech Talent

    The reason for the short tenure of employees at tech companies is often chalked up to the competitive nature of tech talent, with other companies competing for the same candidates.To help overcome this challenge here are four ways you can improve tech retention at your business.
  • Capture life in every direction with the best 360 cameras

    Capture life in every direction with the best 360 cameras

    Luckily, pricing for some new 360 cameras are becoming affordable, like Samsung’s Gear 360.Still, 4K is a good comparison point, since a 4K camera is going to offer better quality than a Full HD (1080p) 360 camera.
  • Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Graphene headphones, a smarter ball for Fido

    Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Graphene headphones, a smarter ball for Fido

    Fitness trackers for pets aren’t exactly a novel concept, but Bringy is a fresh take on an otherwise stale idea.It’s basically a bunch of sensors and processors packed into a durable, fetch-proof ball.
  • 9 oddball accessories to bring your iPhone or Android photos to the next level

    9 oddball accessories to bring your iPhone or Android photos to the next level

    HTC RE Camera ($44) Why use a periscope-esque device to shoot mobile photos?The Re camera hasn’t been updated for a while, and we doubt HTC will be making any more.
  • Weekly rewind: A new breed of megayacht, the best iPhone photos, AI salvation

    Weekly rewind: A new breed of megayacht, the best iPhone photos, AI salvation

    The smartphone maker announced it is investigating ways to recycle the Galaxy Note 7 in an environmentally conscious way, which may include selling refurbished versions of the previously recalled device.Most recently, a version called the Galaxy Note 7 FE, or Fandom Edition, has been rumored to launch on July 7.
  • F.lashes is the crazy wearable tech nobody asked for, but everybody wants

    F.lashes is the crazy wearable tech nobody asked for, but everybody wants

    Yes, it’s the piece of wearable tech no-one asked for, but apparently everyone wants, because the campaign has smashed its $40.If you’re out partying, striding down the catwalk, or heading out for groceries on a Friday night, the f.
  • Managing Multiple Clouds: Best Practices

    Putting all your eggs in one cloud basket is risky, because clouds are not immune to denials of service, nor are they immune to going out of business.Using multiple clouds with multiple vendors is a good idea, but managing it can be tricky.
  • The history of the iPhone: Charting 10 years of milestones

    The history of the iPhone: Charting 10 years of milestones

    The iPhone 4’s combination of glass and metal would define the style of the product line for the next five years, until the iPhone 6 brought a more curvaceous form.However, you can’t talk about the iPhone 4 without mentioning its one critical flaw: that pesky antenna.
  • PG&E's Winning Recipe for a Mobile Asset Inspection App

    PG&E's Winning Recipe for a Mobile Asset Inspection App

    Energy company PG&E recently began digitizing physical asset inspection by building an iOS app that replaces error prone, paper-based processes.All of that has been streamlined by tying PG&E's Mobile Asset Inspection app to a platform that IT built with connections to SAP, a graphical information system (GIS), and Documentum enterprise applications.
  • PG&E's Winning Recipe for a Mobile Asset Inspection App

    PG&E's Winning Recipe for a Mobile Asset Inspection App

    Energy company PG&E recently began digitizing physical asset inspection by building an iOS app that replaces error prone, paper-based processes.That information flows into the enterprise platform PG&E built, which pushes electronic lists to inspectors' iPad Pros.
  • Why can't all phones last this long? The Moto Z2 Play is a battery behemoth

    Why can't all phones last this long? The Moto Z2 Play is a battery behemoth

    This year’s successor, the Moto Z2 Play, hits the same strong notes with some internal upgrades, but at a slightly higher price.Find out in our Moto Z2 Play review.
  • The Guardian apologizes for flawed reporting on WhatsApp encryption

    The Guardian apologizes for flawed reporting on WhatsApp encryption

    On Wednesday, six months after the controversial Guardian report, the news agency acknowledged flaws in its reporting, admitting that it was wrong to make such claims.The supposed backdoor, the Guardian had explained, had to do with WhatsApp’s encryption, which depends upon a generated set of unique security keys, using the Signal protocol.
  • Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomy (for iPad)

    Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomy (for iPad)

    Compare Similar ProductsCompare The Elements: A Visual Exploration %displayPrice% Molecules by Theodore Gray (for iPad) %displayPrice% The Pyramids %displayPrice% Notes on Blindness VR (for iPad) %displayPrice% Incredible Numbers by Professor Ian Stewart (for iPad) %displayPrice% Attenborough Story of Life (for iPad) %displayPrice% Color Uncovered (for iPad) %displayPrice% How to Make Electricity (for iPad) %displayPrice% A Masterwork in Content and Production Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomy is a creation of Touch Press, whose offerings include several PCMag Editors' Choice apps, including The Pyramids and two rare 5-star iPad apps: The Elements: A Visual Exploration and Molecules by Theodore Gray.Touch Press apps are notable for their design and production quality and their masterful integration of text and graphics, and Leonardo: Anatomy is no exception.
  • New Fingerprint Readers Scan Through Water, Glass, Metal

    New Fingerprint Readers Scan Through Water, Glass, Metal

    Your next one might have a fingerprint sensor that can do just that.The company's previous fingerprint readers were only able to scan through 400 microns of glass or aluminum.
  • Amazon Offers Prime Members More Discounted Phones

    Amazon Offers Prime Members More Discounted Phones

    The Alcatel Idol 5S gets an $80 discount, bringing its price for Prime members to $200, while the recently-announced Moto E4 is $30 off, for discounted price of $100.In exchange for the price reductions, Prime members who opt for one of these phones will have to deal with personalized offers and ads displayed on the lock screen, a tactic Amazon also uses to reduce the price of its Kindle e-readers.
  • Technology as Friend, Foe, or Partner?

    Technology as Friend, Foe, or Partner?

    Crop the big picture down just a bit so we are focusing on technology.Google and Siri feed us a world of facts that help us close big business deals or search for movie and sports trivia.
  • Technology as Friend, Foe, or Partner?

    Technology as Friend, Foe, or Partner?

    Crop the big picture down just a bit so we are focusing on technology.Then, he highlighted how Google Deepmind's AlphaGo defeated the world's best Go player.
  • Request an Uber Ride For Someone Else

    Request an Uber Ride For Someone Else

    Starting today, you can now request a ride for someone else from the Uber app.The feature is available in more than 30 countries; just make sure you have the latest version of the app.