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Why Apple’s Keyboard Controversy Restarted Conspiracy Theories It Plans for Its Products to Fai

Three years ago, Apple introduced the 12-inch MacBook, an incredibly slim laptop that gave the previous lightweight champion, the MacBook Air, a

Why Apple May Be Lowering iPhone Prices This Year

Apple may be reversing course and lowering iPhone prices, after iPhone sales growth slowed with 2017’s $1,000 iPhone X model, and price hikes

Here’s why experts are skeptical of the ‘gaming disorder’ diagnosis

The World Health Organization has added “gaming disorder” to its diagnostic handbook, but experts argue that we still don’t know enough to claim

Why Android P gestures are a risk worth taking

Now that those of us brave enough to install the Android P beta have had a week or two to kick the tires, I

Here’s Why Apple’s Face ID Has a Two-Year Advantage Over Android Alternatives

Apple’s Face ID face-scanning feature in the iPhone X won’t have a real competitor until next year, a new report says. A

Why Apple Is Safe (For Now) Amid Trump’s Tough Trade Talk On China

The clouds are gathering fast in the United States’s trade relationship with China, with potentially damaging repercussions for both countries and their

Why Choosing Between Android and iOS Still Matters

Fire up an iPhone X alongside a Galaxy Note 8 and you might not think there’s all that much to choose between Android and iOS any

Why is this Malayalam song Internet’s latest obsession?

With Valentine’s Day approaching, the Internet has been crushing over an endearing clip of a Malayalam love track ‘Manikya Malaraya Poovi’. In

Why it’s too soon to classify gaming addiction as a mental disorder

Video games played on smartphones, tablets, computers and consoles have been a popular form of leisure for some time now. In Europe, recent

Why John Mahoney is an inspiration to late bloomers everywhere

The actor John Mahoney, best known for his role as Martin, father of Frasier in the long running TV show has died