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Want to unlock your smartphone with your eyes? The ZTE Grand S3's retina scanning tech can do just that (hands-on)

Want to unlock your smartphone with your eyes? The ZTE Grand S3's retina scanning tech can do just that (hands-on)

By 3 March 2015

Biometrics. Now that's a word we'll be hearing more of in the world of tech. Having seen plenty of fingerprint scanners on phones in recent years, the ZTE Grand S3 goes one step further: incorporating EyeVerify retina scanning technology, which can be... >>

Qualcomm Zeroth machine learning promises to help us find lost photos quickly

Qualcomm Zeroth machine learning promises to help us find lost photos quickly

By 3 March 2015

The days of trying to remember when and where you took a picture could be over thanks to a machine learning technology being developed by Qualcomm. The tech, currently referred to as Zeroth, has the ability to scan images you've taken and match points... >>

What the? All-new BlackBerry slider phone unexpectedly revealed at MWC 2015

What the? All-new BlackBerry slider phone unexpectedly revealed at MWC 2015

By 3 March 2015

After leading to wide speculation that BlackBerry would mostly concentrate on software this year, thanks to a previous statement, the company pulled a major surprise during its press conference at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona; it will be going... >>

Qualcomm Sense ID is a 3D biometric scanner that will solve those sweaty Apple TouchID moments (hands-on)

Qualcomm Sense ID is a 3D biometric scanner that will solve those sweaty Apple TouchID moments (hands-on)

By 3 March 2015

Qualcomm has demoed a new biometric fingerprint scanner at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona that uses ultrasonic sound waves to capture even more of the minute details of your digits. The technology, called Sense ID, aims to solve the problem of scanning... >>

BlackBerry Leap is the 5-inch HD touchscreen smartphone you didn’t see coming

BlackBerry Leap is the 5-inch HD touchscreen smartphone you didn’t see coming

By 3 March 2015

A new BlackBerry has been announced from Mobile World Congress 2015, dubbed the Leap it's a 5-inch HD touchscreen handset that aims to impress. BlackBerry says the Leap boasts the features of a hero device, including 4G connectivity, with the price of... >>

New Mophie Juice Packs hope to make you forget about the Galaxy S6's non-removable battery

New Mophie Juice Packs hope to make you forget about the Galaxy S6's non-removable battery

By 2 March 2015

Android device fans from across the world let out an audible sigh (we're kidding - sort of) when Samsung announced its new Galaxy S6 flagship with a non-removable battery. Samsung claimed there was no longer a need for user-swappable batteries since the... >>

Lenovo Vibe Shot is an interesing camera phone, but its name gives off bad vibes (hands-on)

Lenovo Vibe Shot is an interesing camera phone, but its name gives off bad vibes (hands-on)

By 2 March 2015

Phone camera or camera phone? Increasingly more people turn to their phones to take snaps rather than owning a dedicated camera system and Lenovo has its own push to try and win over camera-centric customers: the Vibe Shot. Despite the terrible name and... >>

You'll soon access Google Nova mobile network using Google Android on your Google Nexus phone

You'll soon access Google Nova mobile network using Google Android on your Google Nexus phone

By 2 March 2015

Google is said to be launching its own mobile phone network and sell airtime and data price plans directly to its customers. Plans for a US service, which will use wholesale carrier space acquired from Sprint and T-Mobile, will come to fruition in the... >>

Android Pay is real, get ready to carry your cards in your phone

Android Pay is real, get ready to carry your cards in your phone

By 2 March 2015

Rumours of Android Pay have now been upgraded to official as Sundar Pichai, Google's SVP of product, has announced Android Pay is coming. As suspected Google has opted to create an API for Android Pay. This will mean third-party developers should be able... >>

Harman Kardon One is the Bluetooth speaker for your HTC One

Harman Kardon One is the Bluetooth speaker for your HTC One

By 2 March 2015

Harman Kardon has partnered with HTC to launch a new Bluetooth speaker: Harman Kardon One.  The new portable Bluetooth speaker has been designed with the HTC One in mind, announced following the launch of the HTC One M9 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. ... >>