Mobile innovation is still alive
True optical zoom from 4-9x
More Pro variants, multiple foldables on the table
Apple's next iPhone SE could be in jeopardy
Would you like to see their return?
Also, hints of an upcoming Google Pixel Tablet Pro
Is it better than an actual laptop?
An Atom-like CPU with desktop-class performance from several years ago
Oppo's flip phone will be available globally
Apple prepares to comply with Europe's Digital Markets Act, allowing third-party app stores and sideloading
Only a quarter of iPhones are sold directly by Apple in the US
The other iPads fared better
The Apple tax is likely to blame
We'll definitely see a USB-C iPhone in the next 24 months
A pop-out portrait camera that promises natural bokeh
Or as little as $0.29
In context: Would you pay $10,000 for an app? Probably not, but the option for developers to charge that amount is being added by Apple. Cupertino says the change is to give devs more flexibility in how they price their apps globally, though it was actually one of the conditions of a class-action suit that Apple settled last year.
Moving beyond Instagram
The monstrous Alienware 18 is being revived
Nothing wants to enter the US smartphone market
Facepalm: Like any other modern operating system, Android's design employs a "privilege" based model. Such model is enforced by digital certificates, and it can become quite troublesome when the certificates are compromised somehow.
Latest version of iOS features crash detection optimizations