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I’ve been using Google’s $400 phone for months, and I’m never going back to phones like the iPhone 11
Google's best smartphone is just $400, and it's a great option for most people — even longtime Apple devotees.
AirPods Pro and Powerbeats Pro are both perfect wireless earbuds for iPhone owners — here’s how to decide between them
Apple's AirPods Pro and Powerbeats Pro both offer great audio at around the same price. Here's how their specs and features compare.
Trump claimed he ‘opened’ an Apple plant in Texas on Wednesday, but it’s been making Apple products since 2012
President Donald Trump on Wednesday visited a factory in Austin, Texas, that makes computers for Apple.
Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff says he doesn’t use a computer anymore and has been running his business from his iPhone for years
At Dreamforce in San Francisco, Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook on how everything he needs is on his iPhone.
I’ve been playing games on Google’s ambitious new Netflix-like game service for the last week, and it’s clear the service isn’...
Google's first big push into video games arrives this week with Google Stadia, but it's not ready for the spotlight just yet.
T-Mobile's CEO, known for his eccentric approach during a successful run as CEO, is stepping down in May 2020.
Apple could bundle Apple Music, Apple TV, and Apple News Plus into a single subscription as soon as 2020
Apple is thinking of offering an all-encompassing subscription for Apple Music, Apple TV, and Apple News Plus.
GitHub is releasing its first-ever smartphone app, a year after Microsoft acquired it for $7.5 billion
GitHub announced a new mobile app and rolled out GitHub Sponsors for organizations. It also made GitHub Actions and Packages generally available.
Google is working with Citigroup and the Stanford Federal Credit Union to create something new for the tech giant: checking accounts.
Google Photos is easily Google’s best service — here’s why both iPhone and Android users should take advantage of it
There's an amazingly easy way to free up space on your phone using a Google service that you already have, but probably aren't using.