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Apple might finally let iPhone and iPad users change their default internet and email apps, according to a new report
Apple is reportedly considering a massive change to the iPhone and iPad: Allowing users to choose their own default email and web browser apps.
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Samsung just unveiled a slew of new phones — and the most expensive model starts at a whopping $1,400
One of Samsung's latest smartphones, the Galaxy S20 Ultra, has a surprisingly high price tag, and can go even higher with additional options.
With the next Xbox, Microsoft is done competing with PlayStation: ‘We see Amazon and Google as the main competitors going forward’
Microsoft's Xbox group is done competing with PlayStation, and sees Amazon and Google as "the main competitors going forward."
Apple’s plan to dramatically ramp up AirPods production is falling apart due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to Nikkei
Facing AirPods shortages, Apple dramatically ramped up production in China — just as the Wuhan coronavirus threw a wrench into Chinese manufacturing.
The famed horror author has joined Elon Musk and Steve Wozniak and other big names who left Facebook.
Google's Super Bowl ad for 2020 is sort of an ad for Google Assistant, but more of a short story about an elderly man. Maybe grab a tissue.
I switch between iPhone and Android whenever I want without losing anything — here’s the very simple way I do it
Don't worry about switching between Google's Android from Apple's iPhone and back again — it's a cinch.
Some Facebook users are seeing a huge increase in friend requests from fake accounts due to a tiny change in how Facebook search works
It's not just you: Some Facebook users are getting way more friend requests from seemingly fake accounts than ever before.
During President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial, Senators are banned from using their phones or any other electronics
The rules of Trump's impeachment trial have been set — and they include a provision that bars Senators from using smartphones or other electronics.