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Has our love affair with smartphones come to an end?
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It's really as simple as it sounds.
Mary-Kate Olsen better hope sister Ashley doesn't have a nefarious reason to unlock her phone.
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Meet the Apple Watch Series 3.
Apple'siPhone 7 introduced a much-wanted feature to the iPhone: Stereo speakers. While it gave us both stereo audio and louder audio it turns out that there is a way to make your iPhone go even louder...
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Earlier rumours suggest Apple scrapped the feature.
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Imagine being able to fully charge your electric car, or smartphone in just five minutes. This lofty dream could soon become a reality as an Israeli startup has claimed that its fast-charging technolo...
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It was inspired by X-Men’s Wolverine.
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'The grandmaster of gaming and good old snakes is back!!!'
A $13 app will now cost $16.
The 2017 Consumer Electronics Show features "sleep tech" products for the first time, including a clock that wakes you with the scent of buttered croissants.