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delia25
9 weeks ago

How do I block someone who is a contact in WhatsApp? It is simple if they are not in my address book, there is a little “block” button, but the person I...

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pcaulfield
9 weeks ago

Beyond turning down screen brightness, what are some things I can do to improve battery life on an iPhone?

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cchecca
9 weeks ago

My house is all pretty much all Android and Windows devices, but my girlfriend has an iPhone and iPad. I have Google Cloud Print set up so it is easy for me...

pcaulfield
11 weeks ago

Apple has installed moisture sensors (aka liquid contact indicators) in iPhones since the original version came out. If the sensor says there has been...

hughye
11 weeks ago

China is claiming that the iPhone poses a threat to the country’s national security, and there is talk about banning iPhone sales completely. China is not...

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rhames
12 weeks ago

Anyone know how many arms and legs this is going to cost me? Late last year it the Apple store was charging $400 to replace an iPhone 5...

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Aryton
14 weeks ago

This fits squarely in the “first world problems” category, but it annoys me when Siri pronounces my friends’ names incorrectly. This happens a lot with...

Tags: apple, iOS7, iphone, siri |
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MrsMith
14 weeks ago

iOS 8 beta 2 has reportedly been released. How can it be installed now, instead of waiting for the official release of iOS 8?

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mstrauss
16 weeks ago

I know that ransomware has been a problem in the Windows world for a while, but now it has reached iPhones, and apparently it will make them unusable unless...

Tags: iphone, ransomware |
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JOiseau
16 weeks ago

Can Sir's voice on an iPhone be changed from female to male?

Tags: ios, iPad, iphone, siri |
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Günther Oettinger, the European Union's proposed Commissioner for the Digital Economy and Society, gave a disappointing performance at his confirmation hearing, dodging questions and calling the victims of a recent data breach "dumb."
No pricing yet but we've got time. The final version isn't due until late 2015.
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Japan has chosen Fujitsu to help it regain the top spot in the global supercomputer race with an exascale machine, which at 1,000 petaflops would be about 30 times faster than the leading supercomputer today.
The Internet of Things is billed as an almost magical realm of possibilities where everything from thermostats to cars will be online.
A malware program that targets Hong Kong activists using Apple devices has trademarks of being developed by a nation-state, possibly China, according to a security company.
Google has tripled its maximum reward for finding flaws in its software to US$15,000, a figure the company hopes will deter independent researchers from selling their information on shady markets.
A 3D printer that can use a patient's own cells to print skin grafts, including hair follicles and sweat glands, has won a scientific design competition.
My first experience with Windows 8 inspired bafflement and frustration. But I walked away from my first few minutes with Windows 10 with a sense of jealousy. It looks like a significant improvement, and I want it on my PC right now.
Oracle chairman Larry Ellison has delivered another dose of hype for the vendor's cloud platform, but many customers may need more convincing before they make the leap.
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