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What is a ‘Pro’ device? A joke popular in Apple circles goes that anything that’s available in Space Grey and costs a small fortune qualifies. We’ve seen Apple use the Pro tag in a wide variety of devices, usually with a fair amount of justification. The Mac Pro and iMac Pro use server-grade chips and
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A US House of Representatives panel on Friday demanded internal emails, detailed financial information and other company records from top executives of Amazon.com, Facebook, Apple, and Alphabet’s Google, widening the antitrust probe of Big Tech. The letters seek by October 14 internal emails over the last decade from Apple CEO Tim Cook, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Facebook CEO
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iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max made their expected debuts at Apple’s special event at the Steve Jobs Theater on Tuesday. The most affordable of the trio is, of course, the iPhone 11, the spiritual successor to last year’s iPhone XR. The iPhone XR was seen by some as the iPhone
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Clue, a popular app women use to track their periods, has risen to near the top of Apple’s Health and Fitness category. It could be downhill from here. Apple plans this month to incorporate some of Clue’s core functionality such as fertility and period prediction into its own Health app that comes pre-installed in every
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Google last week disclosed the details of an incredibly sophisticated campaign to attack iPhones and steal vast amounts of personal, uniquely identifying data over the course of several years. The company only said at the time that iPhones were affected, and that it notified Apple privately of the vulnerabilities in February this year. Apple then
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Skype has introduced several new features for desktop and mobile users in its latest update. This includes the ability to save unsent messages as drafts, the ability to bookmark messages, as well as preview media and files before sending. There’s also a new split window feature that has been made available only for desktop users
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Samsung sold over 75 million smartphones globally in the second quarter (Q2) 2019 and grew its share by 1.1 percentage points (year over year) after witnessing a decline in six consecutive quarters, Gartner said on Tuesday. Strong demand for Samsung’s new Galaxy A series smartphones and the revamp of its entire entry-level and mid-range smartphone
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Alphabet Inc’s Google, Apple Inc and Firefox browser maker Mozilla took steps on Wednesday to block the Kazakh government from creating an internet surveillance system using their browsers. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox will block a government encryption certificate that allows authorities to read anything a user types or posts using the browsers, including account
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