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Galaxy S9 vs iPhone X: Has Samsung done enough?

Galaxy S9 vs iPhone X: Has Samsung done enough?

The iOS versus Android battle is really a different question: are you iPhone, or are you Samsung Galaxy? Right now, with the covers finally lifted off the Galaxy S9 and S9+, that question is, more specifically, whether either of Samsung's newly-debuted smartphones are sufficiently appealing to drag your attention away from the iPhone X.

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iPhone X Plus teased with display assembly leak

iPhone X Plus teased with display assembly leak

Now that Apple is well underway with production of its newest flagship smartphone, the iPhone X, the big question is if the company will begin offering the device in two different display sizes like it has for several years with the previous iPhone models. Recent months have seen several reports and rumors about a new iPhone X debuting this year with a larger 6.5-inch screen, and now we're seeing the first possible evidence of this plan with a leak claiming to reveal the new display assembly.

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iPhone SOS feature blamed for hundreds of false 911 calls

iPhone SOS feature blamed for hundreds of false 911 calls

A single facility seems to be at fault for hundreds of false alarm 911 calls from Apple devices over the past few months. A report from Elk Grove, California suggests that 911 dispatch in the area took approximately 20 accidental 911 calls a day from Apple since October of 2017. Police reportedly said that calls are all coming from a single Apple repair and refurbishing center off Laguna Boulevard.

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Pokemon GO event starts NOW: Legendary Trio in effect

Pokemon GO event starts NOW: Legendary Trio in effect

Today we're having a peek at what may be the biggest event in the history of the game Pokemon GO. In this week, called Legendary Week, users will have access to three of the most powerful Pokemon in the game: Kyogre, Groudon, and Rayquaza. These Pokemon will all be available to roll in Raid Battles for a limited amount of time, starting immediately if not soon!

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Bitcoin price trading just went live on Robinhood

Bitcoin price trading just went live on Robinhood

Bitcoin prices may well jolt as major-player Robinhood launches their newest no-fee trading feature: cryptocurrency. The add-on to the Robinhood app and ecosystem was announced back on January 25th to some relatively major hurrah. Now, just under a month later, said feature was released in full. It is with this move that Bitcoin trading (and other cryptocurrency trading in general) goes mobile.

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T-Mobile iPhone, Apple Watch deal starts Friday: $200 prepaid card and more

T-Mobile iPhone, Apple Watch deal starts Friday: $200 prepaid card and more

Starting on Friday, T-Mobile will launch a new deal that gives customers $200 on top of their phone's trade-in value if they buy one of the newer iPhone models. This new deal can be stacked on the company's recently detailed free line promo, which is offering a free line to family plan customers who add a line. In addition, and again starting on Friday, T-Mobile will launch a half-off Apple Watch deal.

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Electric car fears prompt odd Apple investment

Electric car fears prompt odd Apple investment

Apple may be in a bidding war with electric vehicle battery makers for one key metal: cobalt. Apple's been one of the biggest users of cobalt over the past decade due to their ever-increasing production of iPhone, iPad, and other devices with their own rechargeable batteries. Now that electric vehicles are coming into vogue, demand for cobalt is going up so much that Apple may be opting to buy from the source.

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Why iPhone X “weak demand” hits Samsung more than Apple

Why iPhone X “weak demand” hits Samsung more than Apple

Slashed iPhone X production has forced Samsung to cut its OLED output, according to new reports out of South Korea, highlighting the supply chain impact that Apple's focus on device pricing over sales volume has already had in 2018. The smartphone, launched in late 2017, is Apple's first handset to use OLED rather than LCD for its display, allowing the iPhone X to dramatically slim its bezels compared to earlier phones.

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Swype Keyboard app updates are dead

Swype Keyboard app updates are dead

The folks at Nuance confirmed that their direct-to-consumer app Swype (the keyboard) was going out-of-business on February 20th, 2018. To be clear - the company that made Swype wasn't quitting altogether right there and then, they'd just no longer be updating their Swype keyboard apps for consumers. Nuance said they'd be continuing to develop their tech for other parts of the technology universe, especially for AI.

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Apple iOS 11.2.6 fixes iPhone Telugu message crash bug

Apple iOS 11.2.6 fixes iPhone Telugu message crash bug

Apple has pushed out an iPhone update, iOS 11.2.6, fixing the Telugu character bug that left iOS messaging apps crashing. The new patch comes less than a week after Apple confirmed the problem, which affected not only the company's own Messages app but third-party messaging software like Facebook Messenger, Gmail, and WhatsApp.

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iPhone X production cut has Samsung fretting over OLED sales

iPhone X production cut has Samsung fretting over OLED sales

If there’s one rumor that’s been consistent ever since the iPhone X launched is that sales have been disappointing. Or rather, the Nikkei has consistently been reporting on how Apple is slashing iPhone X production due to the diminishing demand for the smartphone. But more than just affecting Apple itself, this situation has Samsung reportedly scrambling to find new buyers for OLED panels as it ramped up production capacity to meet the estimated high demand for Apple’s first OLED iPhone.

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Snapchat update isn’t going away, unless…

Snapchat update isn’t going away, unless…

Over the past week, Snapchat's been the subject of quite a bit of ire from the likes of teens across the planet. There've been hashtags, social media campaigns, memes, and even some rather official petitions with thousands of signatures. But only one thing can actually be done to change Snapchat's mind. Just one.

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