Samsung And Apple’s Race To Smartphone Supremacy

Samsung and Apple have been rivals ever since they debuted their first devices, a decade ago. Over the years, they have sued each other but also worked with each other — Samsung has supplied the hardware for many Apple iPhones over the years. Both companies have had a strong 2017 — Apple has become the most… Please follow and like us:

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Set phone reminders for anything

Outsource your memory. Don’t forget an anniversary ever again. Todoist With the frenetic pace of modern life, we’ve got more to remember than ever. Help is at hand in the form of (what else) your smartphone. As well as a digital camera, music player, and all-round communications device, your phone can also act as a combination… Please follow and like us:

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Apple WWDC 2017 Live stream: How To Watch The Event On Your Smartphone

Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference 2017 (WWDC 2017) will take place in San Jose from June 5-9 at 1 p.m. EDT Monday. The company is expected to make many new announcements at the event including the new version of iOS – iOS11, a new MacOS version, a new WatchOS version and even some hardware offerings such… Please follow and like us:

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6 quick tricks for doing more with Apple Maps

Never get lost again Apple Maps for iOS launched in 2012, and has gotten much better since then. David Nield/Popular Science Apple Maps has traditionally gotten a bad rap in comparison with the Google Maps platform that came before it. But in many respects, Apple’s in-house mapping system has grown to be just as good as… Please follow and like us:

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Hidden tricks you didn’t know your iPhone could do

10 features to take advantage of Plenty of features and functions hide behind the iPhone’s unassuming exterior. Noah Silliman/Unsplash Both iPhones and Android devices have their pros and cons, but the general consensus is that iOS is a little easier to pick up and use, while Android offers more in the way of customization and configuration.… Please follow and like us:

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Apple sees Red. So do the Dow, S&P 500 and NASDAQ averages

WASHINGTON, March 21, 2017 – Stocks have been looking toppy for the longest time. But trading action late Tuesday morning is driving that point home, big time. As we near the noon hour ET, the Dow Jones Industrials are off 197.10 (-0.94 percent, the broader-based S&P 500 is down 23.89 (-0.88 percent) and the tech-heavy NASDAQ… Please follow and like us:

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The Bull Market Just Turned Eight; Apple has surged more than 1,080 percent

Eight years ago this week, President Barack Obama gave investors a surprisingly hot trading tip. In office less than two months, he commented that we were at “the point where buying stocks is a potentially good deal if you’ve got a long-term perspective.” Obama couldn’t have known then how accurate his call was. The market found… Please follow and like us:

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How to back up and protect your data from old smartphones, tablets, and computers

Everything you need to do before selling or recycling your devices Oliur Rahman/Unsplash Don’t ditch your old phone until you’ve followed these steps. If you’re getting rid of your old laptop, smartphone, tablet or other gadget—we’ve previously covered some of the best recycling options—there are steps you need to take before parting with your unwanted hardware… Please follow and like us:

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The best ways to back up all your photos to the cloud

Keep your digital memories safe David Nield/Popular Science Photo collection Backing up your photos to the cloud lets you to access them from any device If your mobile phone (or laptop) falls in a lake, what happens to those years of digital photos you’ve been saving up? Unless you’ve got them safely backed up somewhere else,… Please follow and like us:

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