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Apple and the wireless industry invite you aboard Qi2

Charging devices that support the iPhone-friendly Qi2 wireless charging standard are on the way. Android users shouldn’t be upset, as some Android manufacturers might eventually support it in their products.

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How to use a smartphone as a mobile hotspot

Using your phone as a hotspot makes the internet available just about anywhere and anytime. With 5G speeds thrown in, it’s a solution that rivals your office Wi-Fi.

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iPhone to Android: The ultimate switching guide

Ready to make the move from iOS to Android? Here's everything you need to successfully switch from an iPhone to a Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, or any other Android device.

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How to think about Apple Silicon

Back in 2010, when the company shifted to its first Apple Silicon chips, R&D spending stood at $1.8 billion. That figure is now $30 billion.

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Got a Google Pixel? Check out these awesome Android 14 gems

Android 14 may not look like much at first glance, but it's packing some spectacular new possibilities for Google Pixel owners.

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Nothing proves Apple’s arguments against the EU’s DMA

Nothing justified Apple's privacy and security arguments against opening up iMessage even as the iPhone maker filed an appeal against the EU's Digital Markets Act.

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Nothing announces iMessage support for Android

Apple has said nothing as Nothing brings iMessage support to Android — but is the system really safe?


Is this how Apple will support app sideloading in Europe?

Apple is currently beta testing a Managed App Distribution (MAD) system that could conceivably be used to support third-party app stores on iPhones.

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The evolution of Apple's iPhone

As the iPhone ages, let's look at how the now-iconic device has matured since its arrival in 2007.

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Apple eyes new battery tech for future devices

Apple may be developing its own battery technology with a view to introducing its own designs into mobile devices, perhaps as soon as 2025.

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Apple’s results: Uneasy is the head that wears the crown

Apple's services wing is doing the work it was designed to do — keeping the company buoyant as it sails rough seas.

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Android versions: A living history from 1.0 to 14

Explore Android's ongoing evolution with this visual timeline of versions, starting B.C. (Before Cupcake) and going all the way to 2023's Android 14 release.

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Apple’s latest China App Store problem is a warning for us all

As pressure grows for Apple to support app purchases from outside its App Store, reports the company has fired App Store staffers for 'business misconduct' should send a little chill up your spine.

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Apple’s iPhone factories are going to get much, much smarter

iPhone-maker Foxconn has teamed up with Nvidia to build a global network of 'AI factories.' What does this mean?

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The one thing that might keep Google's Pixel 8 phones from selling

Hint: It has nothing to do with the devices' cameras or displays.

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California's Apple-backed Right to Repair Act is the future of tech

We know the EU and other territories are developing similar legislation, which suggests that California’s new law may in the future be emulated everywhere.

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When will Apple open its first African retail store?

Chasing growth, Apple has global ambitions and is doing its level best to establish a foothold in every territory that may deliver economic buoyancy as traditional markets face steep decline.

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Homeland Security confirms your privacy is no longer safe

The US Department of Homeland Security reports that multiple US government agencies illegally used smartphone location data, breaching privacy regulations as they did.

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