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The ambitious Android tablet option Google tossed away

This wild Android tablet concept could have completely changed the way we interact with our devices. Ready to pop the red pill?

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India eyes home-grown OS to compete with Android, iOS

India's Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology wants private tech firms and academic institutions to work together on an Indian mobile OS that could compete with Android and iOS.

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Apple's 'wild array' of expected 2022 releases include plenty for business

While the latest claims confirm earlier speculation, what’s key for enterprise pros in Apple's rumored announcements?

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Apple: iOS 15 now installed on more than 60% of all iPhones

Apple's newest mobile OS has seen significant uptake over the past four months, but it's not even close to leading past versions of iOS in terms of having the fastest adoption rate. Meanwhile, iPadOS 15 is proving popular, too.

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How to fix iPhone network coverage and hotspot problems

Poor mobile signals and unreliable personal hotspot coverage on your iPhone are frustrating challenges — especially if you use the phone for work. Here is how to solve them.

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Android's forgotten shortcut superpowers

These out-of-sight Android shortcuts can make you meaningfully more efficient — if you (a) figure out how to tap into their full potential and (b) remember to use 'em.

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Apple (and everyone) needs harmonized digital health regulation

Perhaps Apple's hopes to innovate in digital health have been held back by the lack of an internationally agreed upon set of standards.

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24 advanced tips for Android 12

Make the most of Google's Android 12 software with these expert-approved steps and adjustments.

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OzTech: WA new app for vaccination proof; NSW has a minister for technology; tech brings opportunity for frontline workers

OzTech Roundup is Computerworld Australia’s weekly look at the world of IT.

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8+ useful iPhone tips for better productivity

Here is a handful of iPhone tips to take a little more friction out of your day.

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The cold, bitter truth about the Android-iOS messaging mess

Google's getting all worked over the way Apple handles messages from Android users, but the reality of the situation isn't quite as black and white as it seems.

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The trillion-hour attention economy (and where the Apple Car fits in)

Morgan Stanley estimates that the time humans spend inside cars will reach 1.2 trillion hours by 2040.

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Cellular networks revolt against Apple privacy moves

Every time Apple tries to bolster user privacy into the digital world — whether it's Do Not Track or iCloud Private Relay — it gets pushback.

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Triumph in adversity: Apple’s payment system opportunity

Will Apple be forced to turn App Store payments into its own third-party service?

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Google finds a nation-state level of attacks on iPhone

Much of mobile security advice these days is for users to be careful, not click on suspicious links nor open suspicious emails or attachments. But the growing popularity of no-click attacks sidesteps these defenses — and Google has...

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17 ways the iPhone transformed enterprise tech

In the 15 years since its arrival, the iPhone has changed the way we do and run our businesses. Here's a look at some of the major changes it brought about.

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Will Apple win trust in the metaverse (as it has in the real world)?

Apple has built a company around a series of core values, including the evolution of customer experiences and trust.

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Apple is sneaking around its own privacy policy — and will regret it

Apple has a complicated relationship with privacy. It loves to tout its efforts, especially as a differentiator with Google. But actually delivering privacy? That’s a different story.

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