Google Is Working On Foldable Phone, Shows New Patent

A new patent has emerged online that shows that Google is developing its own version of foldable smartphone. This could be first for the company where the hardware manufacturing will not be outsourced and made entirely by Google itself. Foldable smartphones are catching the imagination of people with the launch of Samsung Galaxy Fold and Google surely does not want to stay behind in this race. Read More

Google Is Developing A Game Controller For Its Game Streaming Service

A new patent has revealed the details of Google’s game controller for its upcoming game streaming service. Google plans to include this service in the Chrome browsers and users can play and stream games by opening the browser on the desktop. The patent illustrating the hardware for the controller shows to have notification systems for new game requests and also seems to have a dedicated button for Google Assistant. Read More

Apple’s New Patent Shows How Its Foldable Phone Might Look Like

Apple has filed a new patent that appears to be the concept or rendering of how the foldable phone from the company will look like in the future. As many top smartphone companies have started getting into developing their own versions of foldable phones with Samsung and Xiaomi taking the lead, looks like Apple is also keen to enter in this arena soon. Read More

New Patent Shows Google Pixel 4 Having Bezel-less Display

Google is planning to make the next edition of Google Pixel phone completely bezel-less, without a single cutout that usually holds the selfie camera. The report came from the website 91mobiles.com, who claimed that a new patent from the company has revealed details on the Google Pixel 4 and how it could look in terms of the overall design compared to current Pixel 3 phones. Read More

Future iPhones Will Have Both Face ID And Touch ID, Shows Apple’s New Patent

Apple had implemented the first Face ID on it’s anniversary edition iPhone X last year, which lead from the previous technology of Touch ID being used in all the older iPhones and iPads. A new patent filed by Apple has emerged online which shows to have an iPhone with both of these, Face ID and Touch ID, integrated inside its software and hardware and users will be able to access any of them as they wish. Read More

Apple’s New MacBook Patent Looks Glam, Focuses On Touch Keyboard

With the introduction of Touch Bar in MacBooks last year, Apple showed the world that when it comes to innovation and design they are the best. This was a big success and now there is some good news for the fans. The latest patent from Apple looks like the Touch Bar might extend to an entire keyboard, which might really be a great addition to the next fleet of MacBooks. Read More

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Google Signs Patent Deal With Chinese Tech Giant Tencent

Recently after Google announced the return of Google Maps in China, there is more news coming up. Reports say Google has announced a patent cross-licensing agreement with Chinese tech giant Tencent.

Google had earlier signed similar deals with Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics and Cisco Systems Inc, but the deal with Tencent is a first with a large Chinese tech firm. Google has not disclosed any financial terms of the deal but said that the agreement with the Chinese social media and gaming firm Tencent covers a broad range of products and paves the way for collaboration on technology in the future. Read More

Apple Watch Patent To Allow Sharing Files With Gestures

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It will probably be easier for Apple Watch owners to share more than just thoughts when they meet in the future. The details of a gesture-based method of exchanging files surfaced in a new patent filed by Cupertino company. Now, for the ones who would want to know a fellow Apple Watch owner better, this technology would share contact information with a handshake! Apple has applied for a patent on a system that would enable the exchange of information between wearables. Read More