iPhone sales continue to fall in India, but Apple could benefit from upcoming regulatory change

A pair of reports this week detail Apple’s ongoing struggles in India, but also note a point of hope for the company. The Economic Times reports that iPhone sales continue to fall in India, but that India regulators are looking to ease local Read More …

An Everyday Household Gadget Could Hold The Key To NASA’s Next Hunt For Extraterrestrial Life

For long considered an “anti-biosignature,” the presence of carbon monoxide may now be compatible with a photosynthetic biosphere around a rocky planet, like this one orbiting Proxima Centauri (artist’s depiction).NASA, ESA, G. BACON (STSC) How do astronomers look for signs of Read More …

Apple Ditching The iPhone’s Touch ID For 3D Facial Recognition Technology Could Be A Bad Idea

According to recent reports, Apple is going to replace Touch ID with facial-recognition technology on the iPhone, and it might start things off with the iPhone 8. The thing is, it’s not exactly as reliable as fingerprint security, which is evidenced by Read More …