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New iPhone 8 Might Finally Bring Wireless Charging That Works

New iPhone 8 Might Finally Bring Wireless Charging That Works

You might never have to plug a charging cable into your iPhone again. Foxconn, the Chinese manufacturing company that builds electronics including the iPhone, is reportedly testing wireless charging modules that might make it into next year's iPhone 8, according to a report from the Nikkei Asian Review...

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Twitter Shutting Down Video-Sharing Service Vine

Twitter Shutting Down Video-Sharing Service Vine

Twitter is shutting down video-sharing service Vine "in the coming months," the company announced Thursday. Vine, which lets you share short video clips, debuted in 2013. Twitter acquired Vine in 2012 before the service had even launched...

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Apple Expected to Unveil a Revamped New MacBook Pro

Apple Expected to Unveil a Revamped New MacBook Pro

Apple Inc. is expected to unveil a revamped MacBook Pro on Thursday with a fingerprint reader and faster ports, returning to the product line it build the company on after updating smartphones with the iPhone 7...

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Galaxy Note 7 Replacements Shipped

Galaxy Note 7 Replacements Shipped

Samsung has started shipping Galaxy Note 7 phones to U.S. Around 500 thousand new phones have reportedly reached the the country and the recall will begin on Wednesday...

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MacOS Sierra Review: Apple Reaches For the Clouds

MacOS Sierra Review: Apple Reaches For the Clouds

Siri's here, but that's not the most interesting part For the last few years, nearly all of OS X's biggest updates have come in response to iOS. First, the Mac got iOS's apps. Then it got iOS's looks. And now it's even getting iOS's naming format. This year, OS X is gone and replacing it is macOS — a new iteration on the same operating system, with a changed but still comfortably familiar name...

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