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Big changes ahead for iPhone 8 owners

iPhone 8 design changes will mean owners will have to relearn how to do things they may have been doing for ten years.

AMD launches cheapest Threadripper processor

AMD adds another Threadripper chip to the line up -- the Threadripper 1900X.

Anker's PowerIQ 2.0 charging chip means you spend less time recharging

Anker's PowerCore II 20,000 and PowerCore II 10,000, the first products to feature PowerIQ 2.0, can push out between 12 and 18 watts of power and beyond using a single charging chip.

How the Apple Car turned into an Apple Shuttle Bus

Apple's ambitions for the "next big thing" to be the disruption of automobile industry have been scaled back dramatically.

Solar eclipse 2017: By the numbers

Let's take a look at some of the key facts relating to the solar eclipse happening August 21, 2017, and put some of that data into a tech-related context.

How Apple makes its billions -- and no, it's not all down to the iPhone

When it comes to revenue, operating income, free cash flow, and net cash, Apple dwarfs Amazon, Facebook, and Alphabet.

8th-generation Intel Core processors unveiling next week

The processor market is heating up as AMD and Intel fire shots across one another's bows.

Top iOS apps for productivity

Get more done with your iPhone or iPad with these excellent alternatives to the built-in apps Apple ships with iOS. Deleting a built-in app is the same as deleting any other app, just press and hold on the icon on the Home screen until they jiggle, and then tap the X. Press the Home button when you're done.

How to test chargers and power banks to make sure they don't blow up your expensive smartphone

I test dozens of chargers and power banks every month, and you can be guaranteed that plugging my expensive iPhone or iPad into them isn't the first thing I do.

Best iPhone and iPad accessories from $6 to $200

Equip your iPhone with some the best accessories available without breaking the bank.

AMD or Intel: Which is the right desktop processor for you?

Some pointers to help you navigate through the desktop CPUs that AMD and Intel have to offer.

Intel shows off new 'Ruler' SSD

Intel wants to transform data center storage with new SSD form factors.

Apple is banking on gimmicks and old technology to sell the iPhone 8

Can AR, face unlocking, wireless charging, and an OLED display really get people to part with over $1,000 for a smartphone?

The ten "Prime Directives" of repairing and upgrading tech

Over the years I've built up a set of rules that I keep in mind when fixing things. I call them the "Prime Directives," not because I'm a huge Star Trek fan, but because they're important, and bad things tend to happen when they're violated.

Tech companies using green standards "to greenwash products that have a devastating environmental impact," claims report

A report commissioned by Repair.org claims that hardware manufacturers are watering down green standards their own benefit, and warping them into a tool that drives sales at the expense of the environment.

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