300 Click for offerThe alternative in-screen optical readers are built by the likes of Synaptics and Goodix. Instead of sound, they use light waves to map the fingerprint, but they can be thrown off by different lighting conditions and by water. Goodix's technology powers the Mate RS, while Synaptics and Goodix are also in Vivo and Xiaomi phones. Fearing he would be killed at any moment, Mr. Jubori said he pulled at the ropes that bound his hands until he freed them, whispering to his brother to do the same.
Tech Enabled: CNET chronicles tech's role in providing new kinds of accessibility. But when it comes to telling a compelling story to the public, Mr. Trump will be running his own show, and campaign aides acknowledge that they are only taking cues from the president.XS M S
TYPE ::MOUNTAIN BIKEWhich, in turn, becomes another factor reinforcing the consolidation of the Democratic field. If you didn’t want Warren or Sanders a few months ago, it might have seemed too early to seriously consider anyone but Biden. But now, with Warren’s path seemingly opening, for the candidates presenting themselves as compelling Biden substitutes it might already be too late. Presidential rebukes: The Senate is likely to vote today to overturn President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to build a border wall. On Wednesday, lawmakers voted for a second time to end American military assistance for Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen and to curtail presidential war powers.
BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTYFor Act II, Mr. Glass also perhaps came the closest in his career to writing a traditional operatic love duet, as Akhnaten and Nefertiti affirm their devotion in plaintive phrases that waft and intertwine, while the orchestra suggests their teeming inner emotions. The president’s re-election campaign sent a memo to television producers naming Mr. Schiff and several other Democrats that it argued had “made outlandish, false claims” and should therefore be reconsidered before being booked again.
Metropolitan Diary: Family traitDear Diary: Mr. Trump can instruct executive branch agencies to shield key evidence if he chooses. But it is unlikely that he alone can shake off the dragnet stretched across Trump world by Democrats, most systematically by the House Judiciary Committee this week. Detailed requests were made by the panel’s chairman, Representative Jerrold Nadler of New York, not just to the White House and key government agencies, but to private companies and individuals tied to Mr. Trump’s businesses, campaign and administration. More will follow.