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Apple’s smart glasses sound more like VIVE than Glass

Apple’s smart glasses sound more like VIVE than Glass

Apple's first AR/VR product is shaping up to be more like HTC VIVE Pro than Google Glass, and that's probably a good thing in the long run. If the latest leaks are true, the Cupertino company's first steps into augmented reality and virtual reality hardware will be a more streamlined version of the tethered experience slowly gaining traction among gamers. That may be less exciting than sci-fi style AR eyeglasses, but it's certainly more sensible.

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Apple’s AR/VR headset reportedly iPhone-free and 8K each eye

Apple’s AR/VR headset reportedly iPhone-free and 8K each eye

Apple's big push into augmented reality and virtual reality may not be the first such product to launch, but according to new leaks it could well be the most dramatic. The iPhone-maker has long been rumored to be working on AR and VR technology, including long-standing chatter of Apple smart glasses. Now, fresh information on just what they might comprise has emerged.

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New iPhone 2018: Apple’s next power-tweak

New iPhone 2018: Apple’s next power-tweak

iPhone X and the rest of Apple's 2018 mobile devices may well benefit from components developed by Apple itself. For the first time in the history of the iPhone, Apple's aim to control the whole creation process may hit the power button. Development of iPhone power management chips (PMIC) could have far-reaching consequences for Apple and iPhone consumers around the world.

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How Galaxy Note 9 details guide iPhone X Plus upward

How Galaxy Note 9 details guide iPhone X Plus upward

Yesterday a friend of mine said "I wish my iPhone had a pen thing like [Galaxy Note], even though I wouldn't use it." Such is the way of things here in 2018. We live in a consumer culture which says "I don't know why, but I want it." When it comes to smartphones, that feeling turns into many millions of dollars to companies like Apple and Samsung - and this year, the war might get weird because of it.

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Apple iTunes is now available on the Microsoft Store

Apple iTunes is now available on the Microsoft Store

Has hell frozen over? We've lost count of how many times. We are, after all, in an age of frenemies, so it shouldn't be surprising to see bitter rivals on the same bed from time to time. And Microsoft did promise that Apple's iTunes will be on its Microsoft, formerly Windows, Store, which should have happened last year. Better late than never and now Apple fans forced to use Windows 10 will have one less thing to miss from their favorite Apple operating system.

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Apple AirPort router lineup discontinued, but support lives on for now

Apple AirPort router lineup discontinued, but support lives on for now

Apple will stop selling its AirPort routers soon, bringing an official end to the product line it hasn't updated in years. The discontinuation applies to the AirPort Express, Airport Extreme, and the AirPort Time Capsule models. Existing customers won't need to find an alternative in the near future, however, as Apple plans to continue supporting the products for a few more years.

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China mobile market proves Apple and Samsung don’t always win

China mobile market proves Apple and Samsung don’t always win

Apple and Samsung are not counted amongst the top 5 brands in the smartphone market in China in the first quarter of 2018. This might come as a shock to Samsung Galaxy smartphone and iPhone users in the United States, where Samsung and Apple all but dominate the world of mobile phones. In China, two major moves happened in the last several months. One of them was Apple's move from 4th place in overall sales in mobile phones to 5th - the other was a major shipment fall for the market as a whole.

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iPhone 9 incoming: The 5 points of detail

iPhone 9 incoming: The 5 points of detail

Apple's iPhone 8S or iPhone 9 might well be released within the next few months. What we've got for specs thus far sit squarely in the realm of rumors and insider tips. Not unlike previous years at this point in the process, we're fairly sure we've got in line our most basic idea of what's coming soon.

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How to get the new Gmail update

How to get the new Gmail update

This morning Google released a new version of Gmail and we've taken our first look - now it's your turn. The way to get this newest version of the quintessential Google email experience is quite simple, actually. It involves just a couple of taps (or clicks) of buttons in the standard Gmail interface online.

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iOS 11.3.1 released with third-party iPhone 8 display fix

iOS 11.3.1 released with third-party iPhone 8 display fix

Apple has released iOS 11.3.1 for the iPhone and iPad, improving security on both devices. The update also fixes the bug that impacted some iPhone 8 units that had been repaired with a third-party display. Apple was sure to include a note in the update changelog warning iPhone users that "non-genuine" displays might not work as intended.

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Spotify just pulled further ahead of Apple, Tidal, and Pandora too

Spotify just pulled further ahead of Apple, Tidal, and Pandora too

There's little Spotify has to catch up on when it comes to streaming music. They've got a whole lot of the market cornered for several reasons - not least of these because they've been in the business the longest. Spotify's most recent update - today - should serve to move the streaming music service even further out ahead of the competition.

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Galaxy Note 9: When Apple tocks, Samsung ticks

Galaxy Note 9: When Apple tocks, Samsung ticks

The Samsung Galaxy Note hasn't been a slouch when it comes to high-end features and abilities. Not since the beginning, when the Galaxy Note (the first one) was introduced as the herald of a new age in mobile computing. Now in 2018, it's a year where Samsung's biggest rival generally releases a set of incremental updates to smartphone models. This, just like 2 years ago, is Samsung's latest chance to pull ahead in a big way.

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