News tagged: Leaks

Fitbit Alta HR May Be In Development

A Fitbit Alta with a heart rate sensor (the Fitbit Alta HR) appears to be in the works, according to a new leak. Wareable spotted a piece of text in the Fitbit website's source code that includes the name "Alta HR," indicating that model may be coming down the pike.

Galaxy Tab S3, Keyboard Shown In Leaked Image

A newly leaked image has revealed the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and its accompanying keyboard. The leak was shared by Evan Blass and it shows the tablet inside a keyboard case. Both parts of the setup are similar in design to prior offerings from Samsung.

HTC One X10 Appears In New Leaked Photo

A new leaked photo has appeared on Weibo showing the HTC One X10 ahead of its official unveiling at MWC later this month. The phone appears to offer a curved aluminum body similar to the One X9. It has a fingerprint scanner on its rear, which is a new addition.

First Photo Of Magic Leap Leaks, Shows Backpack

An image of the Magic Leap's full setup has leaked for the first time. Business Insider published a photo of the system being worn by an unknown individual. From the angle of the image, we can see the Magic Leap's required head harness, shoulder straps, and backpack.

Lenovo Yoga 720 Leaks, Includes GTX 1050 Graphics

Details about the Lenovo Yoga 720, a successor to the Yoga 710, have leaked on Notebook Italia. The site claims two models will be available, a 13.3-inch and a 15.6-inch. Both are convertible and have an overall slimmer design relative to the 710. The latter has a discrete GPU.

Images Of Huawei Honor 8 Lite Leak Ahead Of MWC

Huawei's Honor 8 Lite has shown up in a set of leaked images prior to its unveil at MWC 2017 later this month. The phone, based on its name, will offer a similar design to the Honor 8. Though it'll have lower specs and a lower price tag. It is said to cost $100 less.

2016's Top Password Was "123456"

An analysis of 10 million leaked passwords completed by Keeper reveals last year's top password was the remarkably simplistic 123456. Filling in some of the other top spots were "123456789," "qwerty," and "12345678." Keeper chastised websites for allowing weak passwords.