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Smart wearables may not replace smartphones anytime soon, but at the very least could help not become a reason for traffic disruptions. Novelty it may be, Nubia’s version of wearable smartphone showcased at IFA last year was a bulky thing. In this direction, Nubia’s Alpha released from this year is certainly nifty, indicating a welcoming move for the technology. At this time, however, details of Alpha are pretty scant. Further

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Scientists have developed fake fingerprints, and claim those can hack into regular gadgets, soon. The scientists from Michigan State University and New York University have named those as “DeepMasterPrints.” It is essentially machine-learning technique that go about as a sort of “master key”. This technology, the scientists claim, can open one out of every three fingerprint secured cellphones. They revealed their findings in a paper published in October. In it,

Can Flexible Screens Shape the Future of Smartphones?

The booming smartphone industry is looking for something new, something which no one has seen as of date. In a quest for that something, the next possible thing that all the smartphone manufacturers are focusing on flexible screens. Evolution of smartphones has been impressive over the years, enhanced touch screens, high end cameras, and crystal clear sharp displays have never failed to impress the millennials and critics. Powerful chipsets and