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10 things that need to change about the iPhone X (and none of them are the notch)

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iPhone X is pretty much everything we thought it would be: a radical new direction for Apple’s iconic handset that dumps the home button, eliminates the bezels, and provides a whole new platform for the future. Even with a thousand-dollar price tag, iPhone X is sure to be the hottest phone of the holiday shopping season, and will no doubt have a … [Read more...]

Amazon’s updated Fire HD 10 is a fast, powerful iPad competitor for $150

Amazon has upgraded its Fire HD 10 with a Full HD screen, faster processor, more storage, and hands-free Alexa for just $150. … [Read more...]

Apple iPhone 8 Plus vs. iPhone X vs Samsung Note 8: Phablet spec showdown

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 was the best phone you could buy for about a week. Now Apple has come along and spoiled Samsung’s party with not one but two new phablet-sized phones: the iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X. While the new iPhones still don’t come with a stylus, Apple did upgrade them in just about every other way. So how does Samsung’s flagship … [Read more...]

iSpy: Red Sox caught using Apple Watches to steal signs from Yankees

It seems that the Red Sox were doing a lot more with their Apple Watches than tracking their steps. According to a Major League Baseball investigation, the Boston baseball team was using their Apple wearables to gain an advantage over their biggest rival, the New York Yankees, in some of the most important games of the season.The New York Times is … [Read more...]

An LTE Apple Watch brings lots of potential problems. Can Apple solve them all?

In case you haven’t been paying attention, this year’s fall Apple event is shaping up to be a doozy. And it’s not just the iPhone 8. In addition to the anniversary handset and a possible 4K Apple TV, rumors are swirling about a new Apple Watch that won’t have to always be near your phone.Just this week, both Ming Chi Kuo and CNBC corroborated an … [Read more...]

Apple Watch and watchOS: Everything you need to know about Apple’s most personal device

Apple Watch might not have risen to the must-have level of the iPhone just yet, but Apple’s most personal device is slowly changing the way we interact with other people. After several software revisions, Apple’s wearable has evolved into one of its major project categories, and a constant cycle of new features and bands keep it feeling fresh and … [Read more...]

Apple TV and tvOS: Everything you need to know about Apple’s digital media streamer

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Apple TV has grown up a lot since its iTV days. It’s not just for iTunes rentals anymore—Apple TV handles just about anything we watch, from House of Cards to Game of Thrones and Major League Baseball games.Since Apple opened up its tiny streaming box to developers, it’s gone from fun to indispensable. With an extensive library of apps, Siri … [Read more...]

Apple’s third-quarter earnings soar on the back of booming iPad sales

No new iPhone, no problem for Apple’s bottom line. The company just reported its third quarter results for fiscal year 2017 and they’re awfully good: $8.7 billion profit, or $1.67 per share, on revenue of $45.4 billion.That breaks down to 41 million iPhones, a slight increase from the third quarter of 2016, when Apple moved more than a little more … [Read more...]

25 free macOS apps every Mac user should have

Powerful Mac apps that won't break the bankThere’s something of a misconception when it comes to the Mac. While powerful tools like Photoshop or Final Cut Pro certainly have price tags commensurate with their robust feature sets, many of the greatest OS X apps won’t cost you anything more than the time they take to download them. And with the … [Read more...]

How the iPad Pro and iOS 11 will finally kill the MacBook Air

Ever since Apple added a giant screen, detachable keyboard and Bluetooth stylus to the iPad, the company has wanted us to think of it as a computer—a super computer, in fact, if you believe its advertising tagline.But while it might have had the processing power and screen real estate of a MacBook, the iPad Pro was no more a Mac than any other … [Read more...]

Tim Cook confirms Apple is working on a self-driving car system

While evidence has been mounting for years regarding Apple’s autonomous car project, code-named Project Titan, the company itself has been characteristically tight-lipped about it. But Tim Cook is finally ready to admit to the world that yes, Apple is working on a self-driving car system.But that doesn’t necessarily mean an Apple automobile is in … [Read more...]

Gmail vs Inbox: Which Google email client is right for you?

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Google loves to compete against itself, especially when it comes to messaging. When you want to send a text, you can hit up Allo, Android Messages, Hangouts, or Google Voice to do it, with each offering something none of the others have, and presenting wildly different visions for how we should communicate with each other.The same is true with its … [Read more...]

You’ll soon be able to control IKEA’s affordable smart lights with Assistant, Alexa, and Siri

We’ve been hearing a lot about how Google Home and Amazon Echo can control our smart appliances and devices, but for many of us, they’re still out of reach. Spending a couple hundred dollars on smart light bulbs or thousands on a new oven aren't exactly impulse buys, especially if we’re just buying them to try out voice control.But now there’s a … [Read more...]

Google adds handy shortcuts to help with searching in Google app update

The Google app has always been a fantastic way to get quick info about the things we’re most interesting in, but now Google is making it even easier to find out what’s going on. Along with the search bar and cards, the latest update to the app brings a set of shortcuts that put relevant and timely info right at your fingertips.When you launch the … [Read more...]

Apple expands Swift Playgrounds to five new languages

Swift Playgrounds on the iPad is already a fantastic way for kids to get acquainted with code strings and variables, and now Apple is opening it up to even more young minds. Announced alongside the more affordable iPad, the app will now be available in five new languages, expanding it beyond English speakers for the first time. Via an update in the … [Read more...]

6 apps Apple really needs to make for Android

Android and iOS may be destined to do battle forever, but when it comes to apps, the relationship is a little friendlier. Countless iOS users enjoy Google’s services on their iPhones, and in fact, the acclaimed Gboard keyboard actually began its life as an iOS exclusive before making its way to the Play Store several months later. But while Apple … [Read more...]

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