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Kantar paints an interesting Samsung v Apple fight in Q2 2016

Kantar paints an interesting Samsung v Apple fight in Q2 2016

Samsung and Apple remain the world's biggest brands when it comes to smartphones so naturally every quarterly report is about those two butting heads and fighting for numero uno. While that is still true to some extent, the world is slowly starting not to revolve around those two. Market research company Kantar divulges some interesting figures in the battle among smartphone makers, and while Samsung and Apple do remain at the top, not only is the gap between them narrowing more than ever, they aren't the only ones up there anymore, too.

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iPhone 7 claimed to get a bigger battery than predecessors

iPhone 7 claimed to get a bigger battery than predecessors

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus has had many leaks and controversies about its features, but one thing almost all of those have been rather silent about is its battery. That silence has just been broken, with a leak claiming that the iPhone 7 will indeed have a larger battery than the iPhone 6s before it. Although you would presume it to be a natural thing, given Apple's history, it just isn't so, making this definitely welcome news, or rumor rather.

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It’s not too late to get started with Pokemon GO

It’s not too late to get started with Pokemon GO

Whether you're reading this when it's first published or a few years down the line, it's not too late to start playing Pokemon GO. This game quickly became the most-played mobile game in the history of mobile games, handily overtaking Candy Crush Saga, Draw Something, and Clash Royale in peak daily active users just a few days after launch. Despite this, users thinking they've missed the boat needn't worry. This game isn't one a new user can get behind in irredeemably.

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Apple opens casting call for ‘Planet of the Apps’ TV show

Apple opens casting call for ‘Planet of the Apps’ TV show

Back in March, Apple's Eddy Cue revealed that the company was getting involved in original TV content by developing a non-scripted series about app developers and the app economy. Production is being split between Apple and television company Propagate, and the show, titled Planet of the Apps, has now started an open casting call. The announcement, posted on the show's official website, says they are looking for iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS developers.

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CVS tipped to be testing Apple Pay

CVS tipped to be testing Apple Pay

CVS said in a tweet that it is "evaluating mobile payment options" for its customers, and word has surfaced that Apple Pay is included among those tests. Though Apple Pay isn’t officially available in the stores, there have been reports on social media by Apple Pay users who say they were able to use it in certain CVS stores. One particular tip has surfaced stating Apple Pay is being accepted by a specific store in Key West, Florida, as well.

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Using picture-in-picture on your Mac

Using picture-in-picture on your Mac

Watching a video on a Mac while doing other things can be tricky. In some situations, having a small media player window floating in the corner is the best option; in other cases, you may use Split View to keep the video visible. Both of these solutions are annoying, though, and you've probably looked at iOS 9's picture-in-picture feature with a hint of jealously. While Apple doesn't offer that feature in macOS (yet), there are some apps that add the functionality and they're a breeze to setup.

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This iPhone 7 leak will only enrage camera-bump haters

This iPhone 7 leak will only enrage camera-bump haters

As we get closer to the expected reveal of the iPhone 7, the leaks showing us what could be on the way seem to be getting more and more frequent. Like one of the more recent leaks, this newest one is again showing off the backside of a supposed iPhone 7, so it's not giving us anything we haven't seen before. Rather, it's reinforcing the notion that the iPhone 7 could look a lot like its predecessors, camera-bump and all.

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Apple is opening an iOS Developer Academy in Italy this fall

Apple is opening an iOS Developer Academy in Italy this fall

Apple's first iOS App Development Center in Europe will be opening in a few months, and it's been confirmed that the Università di Napoli Federico II in Italy will be hosting the incubator. Originally announced back in January, the center will be a place for aspiring developers to better learn about the iOS app environment, as well as for educators to receive additional support. The Apple-sponsored course will run for nine months, and is open to applications from anywhere in Europe.

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Siri is the star of macOS Sierra

Siri is the star of macOS Sierra

macOS Sierra may not be short on new features, but the biggest change from OS X is that you're now encouraged to talk to your Mac. Siri's arrival on the desktop is more than just an extension of the now-familiar virtual assistant from her previous roles on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, however.

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I won’t install the iOS 10 public beta: This is why

I won’t install the iOS 10 public beta: This is why

I know how temptation feels; most of us feel it too. The latest, must-have beta arrives - in this case, Apple's iOS 10, several months before its full release this fall - and before you know it you're hitting the download button and eagerly installing it onto your precious device. Before you get too carried away, though, stop: there is danger ahead.

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iOS 10 public beta rolls out to Apple Beta Software testers

iOS 10 public beta rolls out to Apple Beta Software testers

Hot on the heels of the release of the macOS Sierra public beta, Apple is giving the same treatment to iOS 10. The company has announced that the long-awaited public beta of iOS 10 is now available to download to those who are part of the Apple Beta Software Program. iOS 10 has been the domain of developers for about a month now, but that's all changing today as the operating system has been deemed stable enough to roll out to regular consumers eager for an early look.

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Pokemon GO tips and mistakes I’ve made playing

Pokemon GO tips and mistakes I’ve made playing

Before Pokemon GO launched, I had the opportunity to test the game extensively. I played it as often as I could. That was my first mistake. I've found myself diving in to the game headfirst, attempting to take my entire region by storm - which should be easy since I've only seen one other trainer here in Bismarck, North Dakota taking over Pokemon Gyms. But I found out quickly that I needed to take this experience more in stride. And I needed to stop playing Pokemon GO in the car, immediately.

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