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Just a few days after admitting that it has been quietly throttling older iPhones with degraded batteries, a pair of lawsuits have been filed against Apple alleging fraud and deceptive practices. The post First Lawsuits Filed Against Apple for Slowing iPhones appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Whether you're looking for very last-minute shopping ideas or just on the hunt for solid bargains, retailers are still offering great deals for the holiday season. And depending on the items and delivery location, you can still get some...Show More Summary
It's the same experience you get on a PC, which is probably why the developer feels justified pricing it like a full PC game. The post Civilization VI Comes to iPad with a Whopping $60 Price Tag appeared first on ExtremeTech.
America needs cleaner skies in big cities and less energy consumption. EVs helps with both. A continued EV/PHEV tax credit keeps automakers and battery researchers US-based. The post The Restored $7,500 Tax Credit Helps the US, Not Just EV Buyers appeared first on ExtremeTech.
One mission seeks to explore the second largest moon in the solar system, and the other would grab a piece of a comet and return it to Earth. The post NASA New Frontiers Finalists: Titan Quadcopter, Comet Sample Return Mission appeared first on ExtremeTech.
DARPA is looking for a chip that can't be hacked, and it may have found a University of Michigan team that can build it. The post DARPA, University of Michigan Team Up to Build ‘Unhackable’ Chip appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Apple wants to combine its iPhone, iPad, and macOS applications and give developers a way to write apps that scale across all three product families. It's a good idea, but a risky one. The post Apple Wants to Combine Mac and iOS Apps. Can it Succeed Where Microsoft Failed? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
LG is bringing a brace of monitors to CES to show off new display technologies, HDR support, and a 5K Ultrawide 21:9 panel with 600 nits of brightness. Fun times. The post LG Unveils Nano IPS HDR, 5K Ultrawide Monitors appeared first on ExtremeTech.
If you're curious about dipping your toe into this brave new world, putting out a simple stream is surprisingly easy. The post How to Stream on Twitch appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Honda's on a roll with new cars and new technologies, while Cadillac and Nissan bookend autonomous drive methods. Here's our automotive favorites for 2018. The post ExtremeTech’s Best Cars and Car Tech for 2018 appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Micron is prepping a major rollout of GDDR6 in GPUs, cryptocurrency miners, and next-generation activities like VR and deep learning. GDDR5 has had a good long run, but it's on its way out the door. The post Micron Ramps Up GDDR6 Production, Focuses On Cryptocurrency, Gaming, VR appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It's not a "normal" photo, but it wouldn't be hard to replicate this hack. The post Windows Hello Facial Recognition Bypassed with a Photo appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Got an older PC you want to upgrade to Windows 10 for free before the window closes? Looking to buy a copy of the OS and upgrade that way? We step through the two upgrade options and the pros and cons of each. The post How to Upgrade to Windows 10 appeared first on ExtremeTech.
If your iPhone feels slower, that might be thanks to Apple and its desire to offer you "the best experience." The post Apple Admits, Unbelievably, It Slows Down Older iPhones appeared first on ExtremeTech.
A Danish team suggests that cosmic rays from a supernova can affect cloud cover, and thus, Earth's climate -- but many scientists remain unconvinced. The post Study Claims Supernovas Affect Cloud Formation, But Scientists Remain Skeptical appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Developer Niantic is preparing to roll out a new "AR+" mode that makes Pokémon look like they're truly part of the world around you. The post Enhanced Augmented Reality Coming to Pokémon GO on iOS appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Seagate is working on a new line of hard drives that could double the performance of current models. The post Seagate’s New Multi-Actuator Could Double Hard Drive Speeds appeared first on ExtremeTech.
As 2017 coasts to an end, we ExtremeTech writers have spent a good chunk of our time this month looking back at what we enjoyed most. The post The Top 5 Games We Played in 2017 appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The new Windows Insider build previews features that'll eventually drop in Redstone 4 -- and there's a lot of new features, UI improvements, and capabilities to like. The post Major New Windows Insider Build Introduces Timeline, Sets appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Don't freak out! If you're not done shopping for Christmas yet, there are still deals to be had. While some items simply won't make it in time for the day itself, there's a decent selection of gear that has free two-day or one-day shipping...Show More Summary