This might be LG’s next Android Wear smartwatch


While Google is gearing up to launch Android Wear 2.0, the major update to its wearable platform, LG appears to be ready with its first devices to debut the OS. A couple of weeks ago, we heard rumors that the Korean hardware maker planned to launch the LG Watch Style and LG Watch Sport next month. Some blurry photos did the rounds last week, but tipster Evan Blass seems certain that the Style looks like the watch in the images you see here, in silver and rose gold finishes. We noted in our previous report that the Style will likely…

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We might be saying goodbye to the iPhone’s home button

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When the iPhone 7 killed off the headphone jack, some Apple fans were up in arms. If the rumors about the features of 2017’s iPhone X (or whatever Apple winds up calling it) are true, the flagship phone will be losing another long-standard feature: the home button. 

Don’t be too sad about its passing, though — everyone will likely be too excited about what’s replacing it to even notice that it’s gone. 

MacRumors reports that KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has been a reliable source for iPhone leaks in the past, released a research report today hinting at Apple’s plans to remove the device’s physical home button in favor of a thumbprint sensor embedded in the screen — the first step toward a new biometric sensor system.  Read more…

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