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Apple‘s Tim Cook: Sideloading is “not in the best interests of the user”

The interview also touched on privacy, AR, health, and future products.

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Google enables end-to-end encryption for Android’s default SMS/RCS app

Both users need Google Messages, RCS needs to be on, and it's for 1:1 ch...

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Lina Khan, Big Tech skeptic, named FTC chair mere hours after confirmation

As chair, Khan could bring a new approach to antitrust enforcement.

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Apple’s podcast subscriptions went live today—with a 30 percent cut

Creators can set whatever subscription fee they choose or not take part ...

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The Apple Watch Series 7 will have a new design, report says

Some big features, like a blood sugar sensor, are at least a year away, ...

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Five new bills aim to break up Big Tech platforms, force them to play nice

Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon would struggle to evade new regulati...

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Beats Studio Buds review: Apple earbuds that don’t leave Android in the dark

Beats' latest true wireless earbuds have tiny design, active noise cance...

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Here are a bunch of iOS 15 features that Apple didn’t mention earlier

As usual, some of the most intriguing changes weren't necessarily the bi...

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Amazon, eBay fight legislation that would unmask third-party sellers

Federal and state bills come as e-commerce gains ground.

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Google Chrome ends its war on address bar URLs—for now, at least

As it turns out, hiding URL information does not help security.

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Dark Sky’s API, iOS app, and web app will all stop working next year

Apple already shut down the Android version after acquiring the app last...

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These macOS Monterey features won’t work on Intel Macs

Intel Macs' lack of an equivalent to the M1's Neural Engine may be to bl...

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What would you pay for autonomous driving? Volkswagen hopes $8.50 per hour

Automaker also plans to offer video games that drivers can play while ch...

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The world is rocked by the arrival of aliens in Invasion teaser trailer

Apple TV+'s contemporary riff on War of the Worlds was filmed on 4 diffe...

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WWDC 2021: What to expect from Apple’s next keynote

Software is usually the focus, but we'll probably see a new Mac chip.

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Huawei officially replaces Android with HarmonyOS, which is also Android

Thanks to nearly identical code bases, Huawei can update "Android" to "H...

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Apple job listing mentions “homeOS” days before WWDC keynote

This is the first we've heard of an operating system called homeOS.

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Report: Apple plans to release new AirPods in 2021, new AirPods Pro in 2022

AirPods would have shorter stems, and AirPods Pro might have no stems at...

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Covert channel in Apple’s M1 is mostly harmless, but it sure is interesting

Technically, it's a vulnerability, but there's not much an attacker can ...

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