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ANTIBODY TESTS ARE big news right now. Many people consider these blood tests key to "reopening the economy" and easing back on social distancing, sending us back to work and to some semblance of a normal social life again.
A new LG smartphone has surfaced in reports, and a (questionable) image gives us an idea of what the this phone could look like. The new LG device is codenamed: WING, whose form-factor resembles the letter "T".
Microsoft is launching a dedicated new app, Family Safety, designed for managing kids' screentime and app usage. The app is available now in preview form on both Android and iOS, the company announced in a blog post on Monday.
When Ross Young, Founder and CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, isn't tweeting details about the Galaxy Fold 2, he passes the time by leaking info on Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note20 series. Let's rip off the band-aid first, there will be no Note20 Ultra.
Microsoft is working on a new text prediction feature for Outlook that's similar to Gmail's Smart Compose.
The role of children in spreading the coronavirus has been a key question since the early days of the pandemic. Now, as some countries allow schools to begin reopening after weeks in lockdown, scientists are racing to figure this out.
Intel's Non-volatile Memory Solutions Group has provided a first look at what is to come for the next generation of NAND and the 2nd generation of Optane memory.
LG announced the Stylo 5 last June and it seems the company will soon unveil its successor Stylo 6 that has appeared in a press render shared by reliable leakster Evan Blass.
Tile, known for helping people find their lost belongings using little Bluetooth trackers, has announced a partnership with Intel to bring location-based technology directly to laptops.
Samsung didn't see Android's potential in its early days. The tech giant had the opportunity to buy the operating system from Andy Rubin before Google did but decided to pass on the opportunity.
As society tries to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic, some scientists hope a decades-old technology could zap pathogens out of the air in stores, restaurants and classrooms, potentially playing a key role in containing further spread of the infection.