Apple just broke Google’s internal iOS apps for circumventing data-collecting rules

Apple has purposely broken Google’s internal iOS apps for improper use and privacy concerns, reportedly affecting its pre-release beta and employee-only apps software. Revoking Google’s enterprise certificate comes one day after Apple did the same to Facebook. Both companies misused

Amazon's best deals: Save on the Instant Pot, Apple iPad, and Amazfit Bip

As we head into the weekend, we’ve rounded up this week’s top deals from Amazon, which include a variety of best-selling tech gadgets. The highlighted deals include the most recent Apple iPad for $279.99, $10 off Amazon’s Choice 4K Fire

The best 4K monitors 2017: the top Ultra HD monitors and displays

The best 4K monitors 2017: the top Ultra HD monitors and displays

For a while, the best 4K monitors were the golden ideal of computing, but these days, its available for basically anyone. Which is good, because these days everything is designed for ultra high definition displays, from operating systems to the

Nintendo Switch 2 might actually be a smaller, cheaper, stripped-down console

The next Nintendo Switch console may not be the new and improved version that many are clamoring for, but rather a shrinking or condensing of the current platform. That’s the latest from Japanese news outlet Nikkei, translated via Nintendo Everything.

Best all-in-one PCs 2017: top compact AIO desktops

Best all-in-one PCs 2017: top compact AIO desktops

The best all-in-one PCs, unlike conventional PCs, are desktop PCs with displays built-in. You’ll often find a mix of laptop and desktop components in an all-in-one PC, and while that does make it harder to dig in and upgrade to

This Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus ‘official’ photo may be the real deal

This Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus ‘official’ photo may be the real deal

Forget all of the Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks based on concepts and schematics, and take a look at what appears to be the first ‘official’ Galaxy S10 Plus photo. It’s said to be Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Plus press render, one

Didn’t buy a smartphone in 2018? First full-year decline shows you weren’t alone

Think Apple’s lower-than-expected iPhone revenue was worrisome? Multiple market research reports assert that global smartphone shipments had a full-year decline for the first time in 2018.  Q4 2018 was the fifth straight quarter of declining smartphone shipments, rising to a

New 'collection' data dump contains 2.2bn usernames and passwords

Earlier this month, Have I Been Pwned’s Troy Hunt brought attention to the largest ever online data dump containing 12,000 separate files and over 87GB of data containing 773m unique email addresses and 22m unique passwords. Hunt referred to the

UK SMEs using technology to overcome their fears

UK SMEs feel positive about the economy and their strategies for the future despite facing a host of challenges in 2019 according to a new study from American Express conducted by Oxford Economics. The research, which is conducted annually among

Microsoft Surface Pro 7: what we want to see

Microsoft Surface Pro 7: what we want to see

Over the last few years, Microsoft’s Surface Pro lineup has consistently pumped out some of the best Windows tablets and 2-in-1 laptops we’ve seen. But, when the Surface Pro 6 launched with few substantial changes, we started wondering when we