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iOS 11 upgrade tips: Here's how to get your iPhone or iPad ready

Here's what you need to do to make sure that your upgrade goes smoothly and you don't lose any data.

iPhone 8 review roundup

While everyone is still talking about the iPhone X that's set to launch next month, right now it's the time for the iPhone 8 to shine.

The one must-have accessory for all iPhone 8/iPhone X owners

There's no shortage of accessories for the iPhone, but this one is a must-have for anyone who owns an iPhone 8 or iPhone X.

Why I'm skipping the iPhone X

The downsides, unknowns and potential productivity hits outweigh the upsides.

Why your new iPhone is more expensive

And it's not just the iPhone that's going to cost you more.

HP unveils Z8 workstation with 3TB of RAM and 48TB of storage

According to HP, the Z8 is the world's most powerful workstation, and is ideal for 3D analysis, simulation and 8K video editing and playback.

Apple Watch 3 only offers about an hour of talk time over LTE

How hard does having cellular built into the Apple Watch 3 hit the battery? Pretty hard.

iPhone X: How outrageous is that $999 price tag?

The iPhone X starts at $999 for 64 gigabytes of storage, with that price rising to $1,149 for those who want 256 gigabytes of storage. Is this price tag justifiable or is it outrageous?

iPhone X: The hardware behind Face ID

Unlocking the iPhone 8 might be as simple as looking at it, but there's a lot of high-tech hardware powering it behind the scenes.

Inside Apple's new A11 Bionic processor

Thanks to a constant trickle of leaks, there wasn't much that we didn't know about the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, but one thing we didn't know anything about was the new processor powering the hardware.

iPhone battery life bad after installing iOS 11? Here's what you can do

Installing a new iOS update can hit your battery life hard. Here's how you can make things better.

Got your smartphone or tablet wet? Here's how to save it

If you're unlucky enough to drop your expensive smartphone or tablet into water, here's what to do to give you the best chance of reviving it.

iOS 11: It's gone from awful to awesome

The earliest iOS 11 betas were some of the worst I'd seen. The latest betas are some of the best.

Build a high-performance AMD Threadripper PC

Looking to build a high-end PC around AMD's Threadripper processor? Here's what you need.

Six steps to faster, better Wi-Fi

With the countless of devices we have nowadays all wanting a piece of our internet connection, who doesn't want better Wi-Fi? Here's how to get the best possible coverage for the least hassle.

This one chart shows how bad things are at Apple

It's easy to be distracted by tens of million of iPhone sales and billions of dollars of revenue. But there's a big problem facing Apple - stalled revenue growth.

iPhone 8 could be bad news for Android handset makers

If Apple can use a high-priced iPhone 8 to offset a price cut for the rest of the iPhone line, makers like Samsung and LG could be in for a world of hurt.

Hurricane Irma: Get your tech ready for the coming storm

Another serious hurricane is headed for the US. Technology can help you stay informed, and stay safe.

12 of the best Raspberry Pi alternatives

Here is a selection of single board computers for homebrew projects and automation, with prices starting at only $5.

Top Android phones for those with iPhone envy

Looking for a new Android smartphone? Here are a selection of high-end Android-powered smartphones that will satisfy even the most demanding users.

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