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Sprint, LG promise first mobile 5G phone, coming next year

Sprint and LG announced they’re building a 5G phone that the companies believe will be the nation’s first mobile 5G smartphone. The companies said the phone would be available in the first half of next year, launching in conjunction with Sprint’s 5G network. “Based on everything we know, we believe we’re on path to put out the first mobile 5G ... Read More »

Fuel, gadgets to get costly soon

New Delhi: Fall in rupee is expected to lead to increase in fuel prices and hike input costs for consumer durables, mobile phones and auto industry. Consumer Electronics and Appliances Manufacturers Association (CEAMA) president and president and CEO, Panasonic India and South Asia Manish Sharma said that the continual strengthening of the US dollar is putting pressure on the overall ... Read More »

The best dorm gadgets of 2018

You’ve got the textbooks and the class schedule. Now it’s time to think about important stuff, like what you’ll actually need in that dorm or college apartment. This is no easy task. Fortunately, today’s tech offers excellent dorm solutions that can transform even the most mundane sleeping space into a sharp, functional, and awesome-looking room. So in between buying enough ... Read More »

Met ‘first’ to develop its own mobile fingerprinting gadget

PUBLISHED: 07:00 14 August 2018 Jon King The Met claims it has become the first British police force to develop its own mobile fingerprint device. Pic: MET POLICE Archant The Met has claimed it is one of the first forces in the country to develop its own mobile fingerprint device. The mobile biometric device, named INK Biometrics (Identity Not Known), ... Read More »

Gadget insurance doesn’t guarantee you’re covered

13/08/2018 People with gadget insurance are being urged to check the details of their cover as many policies leave tech users with limited protection, research has found. Financial information company Defaqto found that just half of policies – 81 out of 159 – cover for multiple devices despite the average UK household owning more than seven separate gadgets and phones. It ... Read More »