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iPhone XS: I'm definitely buying Apple's new phone and here's why

In just a few hours, Apple will officially announce this year’s crop of iPhones. Right now, we expect three new phones. Two iPhone XS models with 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch displays, respectively. And another less expensive model, with a 6.1-inch LCD display. All three will look like 2017’s iPhone X, complete …

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iPhone XS: The one reason why I'm all in

In just a few hours, Apple will officially announce this year’s crop of iPhones. Right now, we expect three new phones. Two iPhone XS models with 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch displays, respectively. And another less expensive model, with a 6.1-inch LCD display. Also: How to watch Apple’s 2018 iPhone event on …

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iOS 12's most annoying bug yet

Wondering how the iOS 12 beta is coming along? Well… pull up a seat. After what has been a good run of stability and sound performance, with the finish line now in sight it seems to have spectacularly tripped over its shoelaces and pulled up probably the most annoying bug …

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Want Google to track you less? Get an iPhone, ditch the Android

Video — App assurance: Google insists Gmail access thoroughly vetted. A new study has found that a stationary iPhone sends data 50 times less frequently to Google’s servers than a stationary Android phone. That’s according to a 55-page report titled ‘Google Data Collection’, carried out by Professor Douglas C Schmidt, …

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Google adds teacher approved app recommendations to Family Link

Discovering which apps are OK for your kids to use is often a trial-and-error process. Usually, it requires reading through reviews, installing the app, trying it out yourself, and then you decide if it is something your child needs or would benefit from. Read also: Hands-on with Google Family Link …

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Android users are more loyal than those on iOS, study says

Android user loyalty is higher than iOS users, according to new research from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP). The study also says Android and iOS loyalty has remained steady since early 2016, and has now reached the highest levels yet. Android loyalty was 89 to 91 percent, and iOS loyalty …

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