CNET Australia Galaxy S10 to go ultrasonic? Here's an early look at its likely fingerprint reader - CNET 2018-07-18T13:31:03.000000000+00:00 Qualcomm shows off a prototype fingerprint reader that's tucked underneath the display and potentially headed to Samsung's early 2019 flagship smartphone. These Prime Day deals are still available -- but only via Alexa - CNET 2018-07-18T13:15:19.000000000+00:00 Although Prime Day 2018 is officially over, you can ask Alexa for discounts on Amazon gear. New iPhone X screen leaks and Apple gets a Memoji makeover video - CNET 2018-07-18T13:00:15.000000000+00:00 A side-by-side photo of the screens of the three new iPhone X models, and the key feature hidden in the keyboard of the new MacBook Pros. Welcome to the airport of the future, where your face is your passport - CNET 2018-07-18T13:00:07.000000000+00:00 Facial recognition isn't just for the iPhone X -- it's revolutionising airport security and making long queues and passports a thing of the past. Facial recognition is turning your face into your passport video - CNET 2018-07-18T13:00:05.000000000+00:00 Forget long lines at immigration and passports left in your hotel room. The future of travel and airport security is all about biometrics. EU hits Google with record $5 billion fine over Android antitrust practices - CNET 2018-07-18T12:40:08.000000000+00:00 Big changes to Android could be on the way. Nest CEO's exit could be just what the Google smart home needs - CNET 2018-07-18T12:00:28.000000000+00:00 Commentary: Marwan Fawaz's departure from Nest leaves Google's smart home exposed, but it won't matter much. An early look at the ultrasonic fingerprint reader likely headed to Galaxy S10 video - CNET 2018-07-18T12:00:14.000000000+00:00 We play with a Qualcomm demo of an in-screen sensor that uses sound waves to verify your identity. The best Prime Day deals of 2018: The Cheapskate's picks - CNET 2018-07-18T12:00:11.000000000+00:00 Amazon had zillions of items on sale. A few are still available! Watch drones string power lines video - CNET 2018-07-18T12:00:05.000000000+00:00 SkySkopes is proving drones can complete tasks that are typically dangerous for humans.