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Wireless charging from A to Z: What you need to know

Mobile Communications

Wireless charging from A to Z: What you need to know

The mobile industry has been moving toward wireless charging for about a decade, but it wasn't until Apple came aboard that the choice in chargers really expanded....

Microsoft's tabbed interface for Windows, known as Sets, appears dead for now

Business Management

Microsoft's tabbed interface for Windows, known as Sets, appears dead for now

A Microsoft project manager has said that Microsoft has given up on its tabbed interface for Windows 10, also known as Sets.

Big changes to Siri, Marzipan, AR, and more could dramatically change the Apple ecosystem

Business Management

Big changes to Siri, Marzipan, AR, and more could dramatically change the Apple ecosystem

If the reported changes to Siri, Marzipan, ARKit, and other core technologies are true, the Apple ecosystem is about to get a lot stronger.

Microsoft adds more reasons for enterprise users to run Edge on mobile devices

Business Management

Microsoft adds more reasons for enterprise users to run Edge on mobile devices

The iOS and Android versions of the company's Edge browser now support single sign-on and conditional access, a move that could spur more use for the mobile version...

Apple releases iOS 12.3 beta 3 to developers

Mobile Communications

Apple releases iOS 12.3 beta 3 to developers

The latest update adds the new TV app and makes a few small interface tweaks.

Samsung pushes back Galaxy Fold release to 'run further internal tests' following poor reviews

Mobile Communications

Samsung pushes back Galaxy Fold release to 'run further internal tests' following poor reviews

After several poor reviews and broken devices, Samsung has reportedly decided to delay the launch of the Galaxy Fold originally planned for Friday, April 26.

Intel Optane Memory H10 SSD Review: How it could speed up your next laptop

Business Management

Intel Optane Memory H10 SSD Review: How it could speed up your next laptop

Intel's Optane Memory H10 SSD is a storage hybrid that shines under heavy workloads, but you can't buy it except in a pre-built laptop.

How to scan documents and make PDFs using Notes on your iPhone or iPad

Mobile Communications

How to scan documents and make PDFs using Notes on your iPhone or iPad

You don't need to download an app. With Notes on iOS, you can easily scan a document and even save it as a PDF.

What is Jupyter Notebook? Data analysis made easier

Business Management

What is Jupyter Notebook? Data analysis made easier

Jupyter Notebook combines live code, graphics, visualizations, and text in shareable notebooks that run in a web browser

10 augmented reality apps for iPhone and iPad you should be using right now

Business Management

10 augmented reality apps for iPhone and iPad you should be using right now

Augmented reality is still in its early stages, but there are already plenty of cool—and useful—apps on the App Store.

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