Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) stock took a hit late last week after a federal judge struck down some of the company's App Store rules regarding how payment systems are managed in apps running on its products (like iPhones and iPads). While the ruling could hurt Apple, other requested changes Epic was demanding as part of its lawsuit did not get the court's approval. The gist if the judge's ruling is that developers are now allowed to send their app's users to outside payment systems from within the app.
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Even though the iPhone 13 arrived in stores just a few days ago, we’re already starting to see iPhone 14 rumors trickle in. Suffice it to say, the Apple rumor mill never rests. Over the weekend, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman substantiated previous reports pointing to an iPhone redesign next year. The report first surfaced as part … The post iPhone 14 will look like nothing we’ve ever seen from Apple appeared first on BGR.
Apple rolled out iOS 15.1 beta 2 and iPadOS 15.1 beta 2 on Tuesday, September 28th. This latest beta release comes just one week after the last. Now that all of Apple’s latest fall products have launched, the company appears to be back on schedule when it comes to software betas. First of all, we … The post iOS 15.1 beta 2 now available for download on iPhone and iPad appeared first on BGR.
Nintendo’s more expensive model of the Switch is impressive at first glance, thanks to its bigger, brighter screen. But the unit’s improvements are subtle and mostly won’t be relevant to people who play the machine hooked up to a TV.Why it matters: The Nintendo Switch OLED model, to be released Oct. 8, has been a head-scratcher since it was announced, given the limited improvements offered for its $350 price tag, $50 more than the standard model. Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Ma
Apple officially launched the iPhone 13 series on September 24th, and retailers are already scrambling to offer up discounts for the new phones. Whether you’re looking to stay frugal with the iPhone mini or want to take incredible photos with iPhone 13 Pro Max, you can save a bundle of money by opting for some …
Amazon held an event this morning, and wow-oh-wow did they announce a lot. Amazon is building a thermostat, partnering with Honeywell spinoff co. Resideo to get it done. A wall-mountable Echo Show that looks like a framed picture, meant to sort of just blend into the room while providing one-tap access to things like reminders, calendars and security camera views.
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Microsoft is increasing its competition with Zoom by launching a few phone features as part of its Teams communication app
Another year, another autumnal iPhone release. As Apple’s legacy smartphone pushes deeper into the double digits, performance expectations have never been higher — and rightfully so, iPhones aren’t cheap! It might be tempting to upgrade your older iPhone or another smartphone, but that decision should come after you’ve researched the finer details of how the iPhone 13 compares to …
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From deals on charging stations to power banks, this sale has everything you need to stay juiced up.
Conducting a teardown of the device, iFixit found it couldn’t get the iPhone 13’s Face ID feature to work if replaced the phone’s display.
Astro can patrol the home when you're not there, or be remotely controlled.
Amazon's Blink has unveiled its first video doorbell, and it could be a bargain at $50.
The 3D view is now available in London, NYC, San Francisco and LA, with more cities coming soon.
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These tech companies are trading at lofty valuations but their forecasts imply they might be fairly valued.
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With that in mind, Elastic (NYSE: ESTC) and Palantir Technologies (NYSE: PLTR) look like smart stocks to buy right now. Elastic is a search company. At the core of its platform is the Elastic Stack, a set of software tools designed to ingest and log data from any source (e.g.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Monday said it would open a $1.9 billion program to reimburse mostly rural U.S. telecom carriers for removing network equipment made by Chinese companies deemed national security threats like Huawei and ZTE Corp. Last year, the FCC designated Huawei and ZTE as national security threats to communications networks - a declaration that barred U.S. firms from tapping an $8.3 billion government fund to purchase equipment from the companies.
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Shares of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) stock dipped 1.5% in noonday trading, EDT, Monday, and the slip appears tied to some news out of Europe that broke late last week. As The Verge reported Thursday, the European Commission, the executive arm of the European Union, is considering mandating that all cellphones sold in the EU use a standard USB-C power cord. It could be a big problem for Apple, however, which uses, and sells, proprietary Lightning cables to charge its iPhones.
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Sir Jony Ive, the British designer who defined the minimalist look of Apple gadgets, has teamed up with Ferrari to help create the Italian icon’s first electric supercar.
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Viewers are flocking to fuboTV, and revenue growth is accelerating. All of this may seem only mildly disruptive, but there's an ace card up fuboTV's sleeve. Sports fans generally love to make real or friendly wagers on live events, and fuboTV is starting to cash in the betting boom.
Researchers have found six "dead" galaxies, the new iPad Mini's jelly scrolling problem, and Samsung's plan to build a silicon brain.