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  1. Apple iPhone users spend more than ever on apps

    When it comes to buying apps, iPhone users aren’t afraid to bust out their wallets…

  2. Apple CEO Cook on Augmented Reality: ‘I regard it as a big idea like the smartphone’

    Tim Cook has been having quite the week. On Monday and Tuesday he was whistlestopping round France and Germany…

  3. Fire at Samsung plant in China caused by faulty batteries

    A minor fire that broke out at a Samsung SDI Co Ltd factory in China on Wednesday was caused…

  4. Apple pulls iCloud Activation Lock tool which helped people avoid buying stolen iPhones

    Apple has inexplicably removed the iCloud Activation Lock status page, which used to exist…

  5. Apple patent describes Liquidmetal housing for electronic devices

    Electronic devices are provided with a protective housing having one or more housing components…

  6. Apple users have higher credit scores than Android and Windows users

    Users of Apple Mac computers have the highest credit scores both in the personal loan and mortgage loan categories…

  7. Apple releases iOS 10.2.1

    Apple today released iOS 10.2.1 to the public following several weeks of testing…

  8. After exploding phones, beleaguered Samsung’s so-called battery fix still incomplete

    After four months of testing on over 200,000 phones, what did Samsung Electronics Co. determine caused its flagship Note 7 to catch fire?

  9. What’s next for Apple’s iOS?

    With every year comes a new version of iOS and this year will likely be no different…

  10. Three-character message prank crashes pre-iOS 10.2 Apple iPhones with a single text

    A three character-long text message can temporarily disable iPhones, a hacker has shown…

  11. Can me-too Google’s me-too ‘Google Fit’ catch up with Apple’s revolutionary HealthKit?

    Not long after Apple launched its health platform HealthKit on iOS in mid-2014…

  12. 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals revives antitrust lawsuit against Apple

    iPhone app purchasers may sue Apple Inc over allegations that the company monopolized the market for…

  13. P1 vs. P2: How Apple picked what came to be the iPhone

    To understand the iPhone today, and how it has shaped Apple and pushed the world forward…

  14. Apple new iPhone to use forging process for metal frame

    Apple’s next-generation iPhone is expected to adopt a stainless steel forging process…

  15. UPMC Susquehanna’s new surgical center supported by Apple technology

    An Apple a day keeps the doctor away…

  16. T-Mobile rolls out update that bricks beleaguered Samsung’s exploding Galaxy phones; AT&T and Sprint are up next

    T-Mobile is the first major carrier to start ‘killing’ off the remaining Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones…

  17. Apple’s hidden Photos feature will blow some minds

    As we leave 2016 behind it’s worth taking a look at one of the features of Apple’s iOS 10…

  18. Nintendo shares fall after ‘Super Mario Run’ disappoints

    Apple is analyzing nearly ten prototypes for next year’s iPhone…

  19. Super Mario Run nets 10 million downloads and $4 million revenue on release day

    Nintendo’s first real move into the world of mobile gaming, launched in 151 countries…

  20. Nintendo’s iOS-only ‘Super Mario Run’ notches three million downloads

    A lot of people downloaded Super Mario Run on Thursday…

  21. Nintendo’s iOS-only ‘Super Mario Run’ arrives on Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

    Those who own an Apple device can now welcome Super Mario Run to their gadgets…

  22. Apple App Store rejects Samsung Pay app for iPhone

    Apple has rejected registration of ‘Samsung Pay Mini,’ which is a mobile payment system…

  23. To avoid explosions and fires, Samsung wants to brick every Galaxy Note 7 in North America; Verizon refuses to release the software

    Verizon will not be releasing a just-announced Galaxy Note 7 software update designed to kill the dangerous…

  24. Apple blamed for loophole in App Store refund policy

    Some users have abused the loophole in Apple’s refund policy to purchase charged content multiple times, request refunds and continue to consume the content without actually paying for it…

  25. Samsung’s dangerous Galaxy Note 7 broke basic engineering rules, says damning new report

    A teardown of the Galaxy Note 7 may have provided insight into why the infamous phone…

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