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Microsoft declares the official end to its smartphone era

In the wake of the company's failed acquisition of Nokia's phone assets, Microsoft is reminding Windows 10 Mobile users that support ends this year – and they should move to iOS or Android devices.

Android Q Clues

3 things to consider about those early Android Q clues

An early glimpse at Android Q is revealing — but if you really want to grasp Google's Android plans for 2019, you have to look beyond the surface of the recent leak.

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The enterprise ROI/TCO argument for mobile is getting a lot more interesting

In 2019, executives need to look anew at mobile and figure out what technology displacements make sense. For example, do companies need to buy expensive dedicated barcode scanners?

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Why Apple iPhone sales are slowing

The iPhone and Android smartphone market is not going away, but its growth is slowing. Users are still happy, but investors are getting nervous. Here's why.

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At FAO Schwarz: Apple’s tech is not a toy

iPads and iPhones drive fun interactive experiences at FAO Schwarz

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Apple isn't alone: Data confirms smartphone sector slow-down

The entire smartphone industry, not just Apple, appears to be feeling the pain.

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Mingis on Tech: All about Google Fi

Google's foray into cellular networking, as an MVNO reselling wireless access, allows it to offer service that can undercut bigger rivals like AT&T and Verizon. Here's an explainer on what Google Fi is and does.

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Mingis on Tech: Google Fi explained

Google's foray into cellular networking lets it deliver wireless access that can undercut rivals like AT&T and Verizon. Here's an explainer on what Google Fi is and does.

Android Q Notification Inbox

Android Q dreaming: Imagine the notification inbox

Smartphone notifications come and go and are all too easy to get lost in the shuffle. What if there were a better way?

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'We need new privacy laws,' urges Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook is urging government regulation to regulate shady data brokers and to protect user privacy.

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7 things Apple’s ex-iOS chief, Scott Forstall told us about product design

Former Apple executive Scott Forstall recently shared several insights into how he thinks about product design.

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Google Keep cheat sheet

How to get started with Google’s powerful note-taking app.

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Apple’s AirPower wireless charger may already be in production – and shipping soon

After missing its own 2018 deadline for shipping a multi-device wireless charger, industry speculation now has the AirPower charging pad on the assembly line and ready to ship soon.

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CES 2019 was all about wireless and 5G

What was the single most interesting part of the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show? It was how important wireless and 5G will be going forward not only for wireless networks and smartphone makers, but for every other company in every...

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How Google plans to reinvent the user interface

Google’s next move will be like 'Minority Report,' but on your watch, toaster and factory floor.

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An enterprise take on Apple’s ‘Project Marzipan’

We will learn more about Apple's Apple’s Marzipan initiative, its plan to run iOS apps on Macs, at WWDC 2019. But here is what we know so far.

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Mingis on Tech: Bent iPads and a bad quarter – Apple, WTF?

When some new iPad owners found their devices were bent, Apple acknowledged the issue and said, in essence, 'no problem.' More recently, the company said revenues would fall short of expectations. So what's going on?

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Mingis on Tech: First, it was bent iPads, then a bad quarter. Apple, WTF?

When some new iPad owners found their devices were bent, Apple acknowledged the issue and said, in essence, 'no problem.' Then the company announced revenues would fall short of expectations. What the heck is going on?

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