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The best Black Friday 2021 deals on Apple devices

Apple's gotten in on the Black Friday action, offering gift cards on man...

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The 9 best deals on noise-canceling headphones we’re seeing for Black Friday

Including deals on recommended noise cancelers from Sony, Apple, Bose, a...

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Acer Swift 5 review: The grass is always greener

Appropriately priced with some unique traits, but rivals offer better pe...

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Fairphone beats the entire Android ecosystem with six years of support

Fairphone proves any Android OEM can match Apple's six years of support.

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Adorable redesigned emoji—including Clippy—included in latest Windows 11 update

November 2021 update available in preview now, will auto-update next month.

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Apple sues Israeli spyware group NSO

"Egregious, deliberate, and concerted effort" to target and attack iPhon...

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A good EV: A road trip with and review of the Ford Mustang Mach-E

Ars takes Ford's flagship battery electric vehicle on a trip.

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Bluetooth tracking company Tile acquired for $205 million

Acquisition gives Tile access to more funds, users.

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Wear OS shoots up the market-share charts, now in striking distance of Apple

Wear OS hits 17...

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Qualcomm exclusivity deal might be keeping Windows from running on other ARM chips

End of exclusivity deal could allow Windows to run on Apple Silicon, oth...

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Google Messages update bridges one gap between blue and green bubble people

Update cuts down on the disruptive blocks of text generated by Apple's T...

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DuckDuckGo wants to stop apps tracking you on Android

The latest update promises to block invasive data collection across your...

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Apple employees will return to the office this February, leaked Cook email says

Employees will have to work from the office most days by spring.

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Apple addresses two iPhone and Apple Watch bugs with iOS 15.1.1 and watchOS 8.1.1

There are no new features, but iOS 15.2 probably isn't far away.

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Theranos gave woman false-positive HIV result, then ghosted her

Court hears about ignored patient, missed revenue projections, and more.

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Apple will soon send parts and tools to users who want to repair their phones

The change in tune may help address imminent regulatory scrutiny.

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The newest zombie-brand Moto 360 doesn’t run Wear OS

"Moto OS" won't have third-party apps, but it claims two weeks of batter...

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Apple Watch Series 7 review: Time for a minor upgrade

Still the best smartwatch—but an incremental upgrade.

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You can now download Amazon Prime Videos to your Mac

Until now, downloading Prime Video shows and films was only possible on ...

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$219 mini PC is the best, cheapest way for devs to try Windows on ARM

Low specs (and no return policy) make it bad for users but a good fit fo...

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PSA: Apple isn’t actually patching all the security holes in older versions of macOS

Big Sur got a fix 234 days before Catalina did, although both are suppor...

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Children poisoned by Flint water will receive majority of $626 million settlement

Up to 20,000 children were exposed to lead during two-year crisis.

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Apple patent fights lookie-loos with glasses-activated screen blur

Tech would use face scan to see if user is wearing privacy glasses.

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You shall not pinch to zoom: Rittenhouse trial judge disallows basic iPad feature

Judge: iPad pinch-to-zoom could "insert more items" into video of shooti...

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Holmes’ ex-boyfriend, who was Theranos exec, bullied and ignored $1.2M investor

Jury hears more Theranos missteps from frustrated investor, former lab d...

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Apple will no longer break Face ID on repaired iPhone 13s

Apple backs off from "serialization" limits built into the OS and display.

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Theranos tests detected prostate-cancer marker in prostateless women

Holmes struggled to explain why Theranos test found male biomarker in wo...

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Judge rejects Apple’s arguments for delaying ordered iOS App Store changes

Apple can still appeal the ruling before it goes into effect Dec. 9.

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