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Gorilla Glass wants to make smartwatches more durable

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Usually the most fragile part of any device is its display, and over the past few years, companies like Gorilla Glass have been making strides into making the display tougher, making the devices themselves more durable. Continue reading Gorilla Glass wants to make smartwatches more durable

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Report: The new Macbook Pro is going to have a fingerprint sensor on its power button

Apple is pretty much the only company that can get away with selling old hardware. And by old hardware, we really mean old hardware. Not one year, not two years, but some Macbooks have hardware that is nearly four years old, which is a lifetime in the technology industry. Continue reading Report: The new Macbook Pro is going to have a fingerprint sensor on its power button

One year later, Android Marshmallow finally grabs 15% of the Android market

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iOS and Android fanboys may argue for hours about which is better, but if there’s one thing where Apple definitely has a lead: Its updates often are compatible with devices several generations old, and its latest updates grab a large fraction of the userbase within days. Continue reading One year later, Android Marshmallow finally grabs 15% of the Android market

Report: The Apple Watch 2 will have a thinner display and a thicker battery

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Battery life is one of the qualms that many smartwatch owners face, and that’s because it is hard to fit a large battery in these devices, and so the focus is on maximizing battery efficiency. Continue reading Report: The Apple Watch 2 will have a thinner display and a thicker battery

Corning’s Gorilla Glass 5 is sturdier, and can survive 5 feet drops

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The Smartphone industry is an industry of monopolies. Apple and Samsung control most of the smartphone market, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Peek behind the curtains, and you’ll see more companies that absolutely dominate the industry. Continue reading Corning’s Gorilla Glass 5 is sturdier, and can survive 5 feet drops

Like clockwork, iPhone 7 images leak: Bigger camera bumps and fewer antenna lines

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An iPhone launch is just not an iPhone launch without months or perhaps even years of rumors preceding it. Every iPhone has its own fair share of rumors, and it all happens in a surprisingly regular cycle. Continue reading Like clockwork, iPhone 7 images leak: Bigger camera bumps and fewer antenna lines

Florida man tries to get a piece of the pie by suing Apple for $10 billion

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The patents system was invented to protect the intellectual property of creators, but over the centuries, it has evolved into this convoluted mess that actually inhibits innovation rather than harboring them. Continue reading Florida man tries to get a piece of the pie by suing Apple for $10 billion

Apple has opened the floodgates to Siri for App Developers

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Voice assistants have always been one of the cornerstones of science fiction, and we have always visualized a voice assistant as one that responds to all of our commands, no matter how esoteric they are. Continue reading Apple has opened the floodgates to Siri for App Developers

A new Apple patent introduces the possibility of an iPhone with a wrap-around screen

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Predicting future products by spotting company patents is a tricky business. More often than not, these companies are just exploring ideas and patent them to be on the safe side, and these concepts never actually materialize. Continue reading A new Apple patent introduces the possibility of an iPhone with a wrap-around screen

The App Store is going to evolve into a subscription-based store

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The coming week brings news of what Apple is up to, but Apple has already revealed one of its cards in a rare interview before WWDC. Continue reading The App Store is going to evolve into a subscription-based store