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Apple Reportedly Working On a 65W USB-C GaN Charger

Apple Reportedly Working On a 65W USB-C GaN Charger

Apple will reportedly be launching a 65W GaN charger later this year. A number of other tech companies are also working on releasing GaN chargers this year.

FCC Opens 3.5GHZ OnGo Band for Commercial Use to Improve 4G and 5G Connectivity

FCC Opens 3.5GHZ OnGo Band for Commercial Use to Improve 4G and 5G Connectivity

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has given the approval to OnGo which uses the 3.5GHz band for use in a wide variety of scenarios including improving mobile data speeds and connectivity on 4G and 5G networks.

Pwn2Own Hacking Competition Offering Up To $500K Prize for Tesla 3 Vulnerabilities, $100K+ for Safari

Pwn2Own Hacking Competition Offering Up To $500K Prize for Tesla 3 Vulnerabilities, $100K+ for Safari

Trend Micro today announced that its yearly Pwn2Own hacking competition will be held during the CanSecWest conference from March 18-20 this year in Vancouver, Canada. This time around, there will be prizes worth over 1,000,000 USD to win for contestants.

Oppo Unveils World’s First Under-Screen Front Camera

Oppo Unveils World’s First Under-Screen Front Camera

As teased, Oppo today unveiled its Under-Screen Camera tech at MWC 2019 Shanghai. While companies like Samsung are also working on similar technology, Oppo claims to be the “world’s first” with its solution.

Bill Gates Reveals His ‘Greatest Mistake Ever’ Was Microsoft Losing to Android

Bill Gates Reveals His ‘Greatest Mistake Ever’ Was Microsoft Losing to Android

In an interview with Village Global, Bill Gates talked about his “greatest mistake” and how Microsoft failed to become the standard “non-Apple” mobile platform.

Oppo Will Demo Smartphone with Under-Display Camera at MWC 2019 Shanghai

Oppo Will Demo Smartphone with Under-Display Camera at MWC 2019 Shanghai

Apple might be content with launching another iPhone lineup this year with a notch but Android OEMs have all but made up their mind to get rid of the dreaded notch on their smartphones. After teasing a smartphone with an under-display camera at the front, Oppo has now announced that it would be demoing the smartphone at MWC 2019 Shanghai.

Official LaLiga App Spied on Users to Catch Bars Illegally Streaming Soccer Games

Official LaLiga App Spied on Users to Catch Bars Illegally Streaming Soccer Games

A startling report details that the official LaLiga app was being used by the officials of the soccer league for spying and surveillance purposes. LaLiga is Spain’s top professional soccer league and the app is used by millions of people to follow the game, player rankings, statistics and more. The app was reportedly downloaded over 10 million times.

Asus ZenBook Pro Duo Laptop Builds on the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar Concept

Asus ZenBook Pro Duo Laptop Builds on the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar Concept

Last year at Computex, Apple showed off a ZenBook featuring a small display instead of the touchpad. This year, it is doubling down on the concept and unveiled the ZenBook Pro Duo. It comes with not one but two 4K displays.

The Company Behind TikTok is Reportedly Working on Its Own Smartphone

The Company Behind TikTok is Reportedly Working on Its Own Smartphone

TikTok has become massively popular in just a short amount of time. Apart from TikTok, the company also has a series of other popular apps with millions of users. Now, the company behind TikTok — ByteDance — is reportedly building its own smartphone. The device would come preloaded with many of ByteDance apps including TikTok and its rumored music streaming service.

Bose Rolling Out AirPlay 2 Support for Selected Soundbars and Smart Speakers

Bose Rolling Out AirPlay 2 Support for Selected Soundbars and Smart Speakers

Bose has started rolling out AirPlay 2 support to selected smart speakers and Soundbar models. The announcement was made by Bose earlier this week in which it confirmed that the Home Speaker 500, Soundbar 500, and Soundbar 700 will receive an update to gain AirPlay 2 functionality.