So no more struggling to use your phone whenever there's a light drizzle.
But only with Automatic Brightness enabled.
Does it mean you can finally treat your smartphone like your beat up old sneakers? Definitely not, but it does mean you can be slightly less paranoid about your toys.
USB connector on the side, for a start.
The Cubimorph has been developed by a quartet of universities to bring clever customisation to mobile devices.
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When it comes to smart new features, car drivers get most of the fun. But a new concept from Samsung and Yamaha promises something for motorcyclists too.
You probably take the DisplayPort on your laptop for granted, but the folks that develop the standard have been working hard to make it perform way better.
The display being shown off at MWC is produced by UK firm FlexEnable.
I bet you’ve never thought about how giant clams will revolutionise technology.
A quarter of parents struggle to get their kids to turn off devices and do something, anything, else.
2016 might be the year of VR headsets and all, but some people still enjoy looking at regular screens. And this one looks like one hell of an upgrade
All thanks to the same kinds of light-scattering nanoparticles unwittingly used by Medieval artisans.
Apple’s finally created a tablet that’s supposed to be professional grade, but does that self-imposed accolade stand up under extensive testing?
Automatic filtering of blue light to help us sleep should be a thing, says research professor.
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