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Latest iPhone X Shock Reveals Apple’s Growing Nightmare

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Once more, the evidence mounts that Tim Cook and Apple seriously overestimated the appeal of the iPhone X, with ambitious orders for Q1 2018 having to be rowed back and analyst projections for Q2 and Q3 are being downgraded. The tenth anniversary iPhone was meant to reset the story. It would bring a new styling to the smartphone, it would introduce new technology that would improve the user interface of the handset, it would be the first iPhone of a new generation and would kick off a super-cycle of sales. In anticipation of this Apple...

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Magic Leap opens up its ‘Creator Portal’ with SDK and design guidelines for devs

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After maintaining a quiet presence for quite a while, Magic Leap is finally feeling a bit more chatty, at least when it comes to what they’re sharing with developers. As the Game Developers Conference kicks off in San Francisco this week, Magic Leap is opening up their “Creator Portal” to developers sharing their SDK, tutorials, design guidelines and forums. After agreeing to a quick little arbitration clause you can dive into see more about what can be done on the Magic Leap One. What Magic Leap is trying to do is still very much a new...

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webOS ready to move beyond TVs, says LG

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LG just released an open-sourced version of webOS that’s freely available to anyone that wants to download and poke around the code. The release of webOS Open Source Edition is meant to act as a catalyst to drive further adoption of webOS beyond LG televisions, smart refrigerators, and the occasional never-to-be-released smartwatch. So, devices like webOS tablets and set-top boxes as pictured in the LG-supplied image above. This is the second time an open-source version of webOS has been released, the first coming under the failed tenure of...

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Windows 10 on ARM: Everything you need to know about it

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Super-successful game Fortnite may find its biggest business challenge yet as it moves to iPhone

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Chromebook Vs. Best Windows 10 Laptop: Google Pixelbook Takes On Dell XPS 13

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Google Pixelbook. Google has upped the ante with its new Pixelbook and more robust Chrome OS. Can the platform take on a stellar Windows 10 laptop? I’ve been using both the latest Dell XPS 13, released early 2018, and the Google Pixelbook, released in late 2017. Both are excellent laptops but offer two different approaches to computing. So, which one is a good fit for you? Read on. Dell XPS 13 9370 (early 2018). Windows 10 via the Dell XPS 13 Dell’s latest XPS 13 is probably the best 13-inch Windows laptop out there right now....

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Even Invite-Only, ‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’ Shot To #1 On The iOS App Charts

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Fortnite on iOS We are getting the first indicators of just how massive Fortnite: Battle Royale on mobile is poised to be. Just hours after its release on iOS, the game shot to #1 in the US app store. It isn’t showing up on this page, but it was the top free app on my phone last night, and third party analysis services like Sensor Tower are confirming its spot on the chart. While that debut placement wouldn’t normally be surprising, it’s important to remember that this isn’t a full release, it’s an invite-only event where only a select...

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Sketchy New Video Shows ‘iPhone SE 2′ with Slim Bezels, Sensor Notch

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A sketchy new video that’s making the rounds ostensibly shows off an iPhone SE 2 sporting some “modern iPhone” design features. The clip, which was spotted by Mac Otakara, first surfaced on Chinese social media site Weibo. The Weibo user who posted the 30-second video says it shows off Apple’s new design for the rumored successor to the popular iPhone SE model. It depicts what appears to be a 4-inch iPhone device with a relatively boxy and thick form factor. It seems to sport extremely slim bezels, an iPhone X-style sensor notch, and even a...

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Apple’s iPhone X Facing Major Battery Problems – Forbes

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Does the iPhone X have a problem with wireless charging? Reports are coming in of iPhone X owners discovering that the use of the induction charging system that was introduced to the iPhone family in September has been burning through a significant number of battery cycles. Given Apple suggests that after 500 cycles an iPhone battery will offer around 80% of its original capacity, that could result in a non-optimal battery in under than two years. iPhone 8 concept render (Image: Oscar Luna Martinez) ZDnet’s Adrian Kingsley-Hughes has been...

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Love iPhoneX’s "top-notch" design? Here are 10 Android ‘iPhoneX …

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Apple wowed the world last year when it unveiled iPhone X that represented the most radical iPhone redesign ever. iPhone X sports an all-screen display with a notch on the top for sensors. While initially many called it “ugly”, the notch gradually became so popular that even Android device-makers embraced it on their handsets. Here are 10 Android phones having the “iPhone X-style...

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