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Casemaker leaks the sizes of Apple's new iPhone range

Casemaker leaks the sizes of Apple's new iPhone range

Reliable iPhone leaker is so confident it's correct that it's building the cases already.
By Joe Curtis Jun 20 2018, 10:39AM
You can now send texts from your PC with Android Messages

You can now send texts from your PC with Android Messages

How to set start sending messages from your web browser.
By Edward Munn Jun 20 2018, 10:33AM
Long Term Review: Kindle Oasis 2017 vs Kobo Aura One

Long Term Review: Kindle Oasis 2017 vs Kobo Aura One

Indulgent devices for the indulgence of reading.
By Anthony Fordham Jun 19 2018, 12:56PM
Apple's new iPhone software automatically shares location data during emergency calls

Apple's new iPhone software automatically shares location data during emergency calls

Apple has announced a new feature for its upcoming iOS 12 software update: automatic location sharing with emergency services when you call 911 from your iPhone.
By Victoria Woollaston Jun 19 2018, 10:41AM
Samsung’s cancelled ‘Project V’ foldable phone surfaces online

Samsung’s cancelled ‘Project V’ foldable phone surfaces online

The Galaxy X won’t be Samsung’s first foray into foldable tech.
By Thomas McMullan Jun 19 2018, 10:33AM
How to: Unroot your Android device

How to: Unroot your Android device

If you've rooted your Android device, here’s how to put everything back to how it was.
By Dale Walker, Rene Millman Jun 19 2018, 10:19AM
Mobile Roulette – Getting the best value for your device, before and after

Mobile Roulette – Getting the best value for your device, before and after

What are the best ways to buy - and then sell - your mobile phone?
By James Pinnell Jun 18 2018, 4:16PM
udoq is a multi-device dock for charging and organising your iPads and smartphones

udoq is a multi-device dock for charging and organising your iPads and smartphones

All juiced up and ready to go.
By Craig Grannell Jun 18 2018, 12:30PM
Apple might achieve what Windows 10 never could

Apple might achieve what Windows 10 never could

Putting the same chips into MacBooks and iPhones opens up exciting possibilities.
By Darien Graham-Smith Jun 18 2018, 10:41AM
Apple is closing the security loophole that lets police extract private data from locked iPhones

Apple is closing the security loophole that lets police extract private data from locked iPhones

The Cupertino firm says the changes are part of its regular security updates and its only aim is to provide better security for iPhone users.
By Bobby Hellard Jun 15 2018, 10:20AM
Fitbit Ace is a kid-focused fitness tracker with a kid-friendly price tag

Fitbit Ace is a kid-focused fitness tracker with a kid-friendly price tag

Making fitness fun.
By Matt Tate Jun 14 2018, 12:51PM
The Vivo Nex phone ditches the notch and goes bezel-free with a pop-up selfie cam and smart screen

The Vivo Nex phone ditches the notch and goes bezel-free with a pop-up selfie cam and smart screen

Hidden talents.
By Craig Grannell Jun 14 2018, 12:48PM
Device makers still shipping products with Android Debug Bridge enabled

Device makers still shipping products with Android Debug Bridge enabled

Mobile and IoT device manufacturers continue to ship products with the Android Debug Bridge feature automatically enabled - a dangerous default setting that enables potential adversaries to connect to these devices.
By Bradley Barth Jun 14 2018, 12:37PM
iOS 12 and Android P want you using your phone less – and that’s a good thing

iOS 12 and Android P want you using your phone less – and that’s a good thing

The time is ripe for Android P-ut that phone down and iOS '12 minutes is your lot’.
By Craig Grannell Jun 12 2018, 1:02PM
Why Apple is making the iPhone X $300 cheaper

Why Apple is making the iPhone X $300 cheaper

The second-generation iPhone X will cost around $800, says Ming-Chi Kuo.
By Clare Hopping Jun 12 2018, 10:30AM
Google faces an $11 billion EU fine for Android's market dominance

Google faces an $11 billion EU fine for Android's market dominance

The European Commission believes Android is anti-competitive and may slap Google with a fat fine to keep it in check.
By Staff Writer Jun 8 2018, 9:26AM
Is Samsung's next flagship going to follow in Huawei's footsteps with the triple-camera treatment?

Is Samsung's next flagship going to follow in Huawei's footsteps with the triple-camera treatment?

Taking a leaf from Huawei's book.
By Alan Martin, Edward Munn Jun 7 2018, 10:44AM
Apple to launch a "cheap" follow-up to the iPhone X to appeal to the masses

Apple to launch a "cheap" follow-up to the iPhone X to appeal to the masses

Of course, this is 'cheap' in Apple terms...
By Victoria Woollaston, Thomas McMullan Jun 7 2018, 10:28AM
Facebook defends sharing user data with mobile OEMs

Facebook defends sharing user data with mobile OEMs

Facebook is defending its privacy and data management practices again after the New York Times on Sunday reported that the social media giant has entered into agreements over the last decade to share user data.
By Bradley Barth Jun 6 2018, 12:45PM
How to: Download and install iOS 12 on your iPhone or iPad

How to: Download and install iOS 12 on your iPhone or iPad

Fancy adding “software developer at Apple” to your CV? Now you *sort of* can with the Apple Beta Software Program.
By Victoria Woollaston Jun 6 2018, 10:36AM

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