March 2017 Archive

Synaptics' newest fingerprint sensor, scheduled for mass production in Q3 2017, can detect force, swipe gestures, and supports software navigation buttons (Nick Sutrich/AndroidHeadlines.com)

Nick Sutrich / AndroidHeadlines.com:Synaptics’ newest fingerprint sensor, scheduled for mass production in Q3 2017, can detect force, swipe gestures, and supports software navigation buttons  —  ...

Comcast launches prepaid internet service for Xfinity customers with $80 starter kits that include 30 days of service, 10Mbps down, 1Mbps up (Natt Garun/The Verge)

Natt Garun / The Verge:Comcast launches prepaid internet service for Xfinity customers with $80 starter kits that include 30 days of service, 10Mbps down, 1Mbps ...

Verizon to launch 4G LTE Category M1 nationwide network for IoT on Friday, with wireless data costs starting at $2 per month, per device (Matt Hamblen/Computerworld)

Matt Hamblen / Computerworld:Verizon to launch 4G LTE Category M1 nationwide network for IoT on Friday, with wireless data costs starting at $2 per month, ...

iOS 10.3, released earlier this week, fixes major vulnerability that allowed malicious code to force iPhones to repeatedly dial 911 (Ryan Knutson/Wall Street Journal)

Ryan Knutson / Wall Street Journal:iOS 10.3, released earlier this week, fixes major vulnerability that allowed malicious code to force iPhones to repeatedly dial 911  ...

Australia's competition regulator the ACCC rejects application by four banks to collectively negotiate with Apple over NFC, and boycott Apple Pay (Financial Review)

Financial Review:Australia’s competition regulator the ACCC rejects application by four banks to collectively negotiate with Apple over NFC, and boycott Apple Pay  —  The competition ...

Over 90 Organizations Demand Trump Administration Enforce Title IX In Powerful Letter

Early Friday morning, more than 90 national organizations published a letter to President Trump’s administration demanding the federal government enforce Title IX.  Title IX is ...

Dance Lessons Could Keep You Two Steps Ahead of Memory Loss, Study Suggests

Kicking up your heels in a dance class may actually be good for your brain’s memory function, according to a newly published study. Dance lessons, in ...

Protect Your Loved Ones With a Lasting Power of Attorney

LONDON, U.K.—Margaret Dawson couldn’t recognise her son. At 84 years old, she had just gone into a care home. “I always thought that dementia is ...

An Exoneree Shares His Story Of Wrongful Conviction In 'Anatomy Of Innocence'

Jerry Miller spent more than 25 years behind bars for crimes he didn’t commit. His story is part of a new collection that pairs exonerees ...

Young Women Bedeviled By Darkness In Moody 'The Blackcoat's Daughter'

This impressive debut from director Osgood Perkins, about schoolgirls left at a Catholic school over winter break, “feels like a throat-clearing exercise for a horror ...

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