On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about all the changes that Apple has been doing silently, leaks of the Google Pixel 4XL and more
The Shenzhen Metro is testing out new tech with 5G and AI in mind like patrols and inspections with robots and drones. And what about facial recognition?
A recent code breakdown reveals that the next version of Android, Android 10 Q, will likely add native facial recognition support.
One of China's budding tech hot shots is rushing into the United Kingdom with a couple of phones and a foreign taste of Android.
A video of the device in action has leaked showing its motirized deck featuring an advanced camera system and the ability to unlock a laptop.
We may soon get fingerprint sensors and facial recognition in the future Chromebooks, maybe even as soon as the new Pixelbooks arrive
Last week, the company made promises to be a better phone maker. It continued to make those promises with the launch of the Vivo XI+.
Samsung wants to have better biometric security measures come 2019 and it thinks that it can have a dot-projection facial sensor in time.
But be prepared to shell out big time, even with the regular version of this device. It doesn't have a servo-fed camera reveal system for nothing.
This new phone from China has a servo motor that brings out the camera when you need them and hides them away when you don't.
iOS 12 beta testers can register an "alternate appearance" for Face ID authentication on the iPhone X, which also allows a second user to unlock the device with their face.
Gone but not forgotten, the two year-old OnePlus 3 and 3T are being updated right now to OxygenOS 5.0.3, containing Face Unlock features and May security patches.
Just in case the fast-approaching Xiaomi Mi 8 smartphone didn't feel exciting enough, a freshly leaked video appears to confirm both in-display fingerprint recognition and an eye-catching translucent backplate.
It doesn't exactly sound logical, but Apple's front camera-enabled Face ID feature on the iPhone X may need a rear camera repair in the event of trouble.
We're not sure this will even be called the Samsung Galaxy S10, but it's probably codenamed "Beyond", and it may not be able to implement 3D sensing facial recognition technology.
No, the Exynos 9610 is technically not an ultra-high-end new mobile processor, but it does include plenty of "premium" features and capabilities.
Well, it's only copying if Apple actually follows the whimsical rendering that was released by a research firm. Also, new insight into the parts race for three new iPhones.
The entire next generation of iPhones is widely expected to support Face ID recognition, and Apple has no problem spending large sums of money to help out key supply partners.
In short, no Face ID data is transmitted to app publishers, period. But they do have access to an API to track the faces you make at their app.
The iPhone X is the world's only 3D sensing mobile device right now, but OPPO and Xiaomi are expected to integrate technology similar to Face ID in 2018.
While this data may not be able to be turned around against users to unlock their iPhone X devices through Face ID, there's still plenty of abuse to be had.
What looked like a monumental Face ID fail at Apple's iPhone X announcement event was in fact not a facial authentication misfire, apparently.
The final version of iOS 11 has been leaked in a "golden master" and now we're dissecting the software interface and hardware behind "Face ID."
There's an LG G6+ configuration around the corner, just as expected, as well as easy face unlocking for the standard model.