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How to Speed Up Your Aging iPhone

iPhone 5S hands on home angle

One of the big attractions of Apple’s iPhone is its smooth user experience. The iPhone often outperforms the competition, but every device begins to slow down with age. iOS updates can also be a double-edged sword, sometimes rendering older iPhone models even slower. It can be frustrating to find that …

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Zoom is being sued in California and probed by New York's top prosecutor

Zoom is being sued in California and probed by New York's top prosecutor

Because it’s been at least 20 minutes since Zoom’s last PR disaster… What you need to know Zoom is being sued in California over previous reports it gave data to Facebook. Zoom is also being probed by New York’s top prosecutor over its security practices. It’s been a bad week …

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Apple updates iMovie and iWork suite with trackpad support

Apple updates iMovie and iWork suite for iPadOS with mouse and trackpad support

Apple has updated iMovie and the iWork suite of apps for iOS and iPadOS. Among the many changes across the four apps, the main one is the added support for mice and trackpad support on iPads running the latest version of iPadOS. It also adds support for the Magic Keyboard …

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Interested in 5G and don't know where to start? How about here?

Interested in 5G and don't know where to start? How about here?

A couple of short years ago, 5G wasn’t something we had access to. It was a term thrown around a lot by tech companies as being “the next big thing,” but it didn’t mean much to you and me. Now, here in 2020, 5G is readily accessible thanks to a …

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Everything we know so far

OnePlus 8 Pro

OnePlus is all set to unveil its latest and greatest OnePlus 8 series on April 14. However, a bunch of information has already leaked online about the duo. While there are still two weeks to go, we are certain of what OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro will have up …

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Watch free with your Roku device: live news, kids’ shows, Showtime, and more

Watch free with your Roku device: live news, kids' shows, Showtime, and more

Self-isolation and quarantine doesn’t have to be a terribly boring thing. A lot of online services have been encouraging people to stay home by offering free stuff, and right now Roku is joining in with offers of its own. The popular streaming platform has introduced the “Home Together” initiative designed …

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Apple’s AR plans are becoming a little easier to see

Apple’s AR plans are becoming a little easier to see

Apple’s take on augmented reality will leverage its existing solutions to deliver personalized experiences, with a particular focus on health, location and entertainment. Why do I think this? Yesterday I broke the news that Apple is working with a company called Dent Reality on indoor mapping technologies. The smaller company …

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Totally Reliable Delivery Service is a quirky ragdoll physics game that just landed on Android

Totally Reliable Delivery Service is a quirky ragdoll physics game that just landed on Android

We’re Five Games and tinyBuild have released Totally Reliable Delivery Service on the Google Play Store, a sandbox game that offers ragdoll physics and online co-op multiplayer gameplay. This means you can choose to deliver packages alone, or team up with a friend (up to 4 players), and the ragdoll physics will ensure an even distribution …

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Does the Galaxy S20 support eSIM?

Does the Galaxy S20 support eSIM?

Best answer: It depends. In the U.S., even unlocked S20 models require a physical SIM card for now — though eSIM support could be added in a future software update. Variants designed for other regions may already feature eSIM support. Your best bet is to check with your carrier before …

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Android was born on this weird old prototype phone, but you’d never recognize it

Android was born on this weird old prototype phone, but you'd never recognize it

You’d be forgiven if you don’t remember the name “Sooner,” which was what Google called one of its earliest Android hardware prototypes, predating even the HTC G1/Dream. It looked more like an old Blackberry than a modern smartphone and ran a very early version of the Android operating system. We …

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