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Mobile

Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…
Mobile

Apple's troubles in Japan continue as antitrust watchdog may spring into action

Japan's Fair Trade Commission looks to make some noise by taking action against Apple and three of the country's top carriers on antitrust grounds. All four companies have denied any wrongdoing.
Mobile

iOS 10 was not great for Apple’s backup security, experts say

In love with the new iOS 10? If you're a hacker, you might be as well. That's because the newest operating system allegedly makes it "considerably easier" to hack iTunes logins for backup passwords stored on a Mac or PC.
Wearables

This crazy new wearable promises to measure your hydration level and heart rate in real time

A new wearable from healthcare startup BSX Technologies promises to measure your hydration level and heart beat in real time using infrared technology. It's launching on Kickstarter.
Mobile

How to take a screenshot on an iPhone 1:15

The iPhone's Camera app can capture just about anything -- except what's on the screen. Learn how to take an iPhone screenshot with just a few simple steps, even if one of your buttons is experiencing technical difficulties.
Mobile

What do military drop test certifications really mean? We asked the experts

The nightmare of a cracked or shattered smartphone screen is all too real, but a tough case that meets military drop test standards can prevent that from happening to you. Can’t it? The truth isn’t as clear cut as you might hope.
Apple

Apple's new patent proposes a way to eliminate 'butt dialing' once and for all

A new Apple patent filing describes a novel use of the sensors in wearables to prevent 'butt dialing.' A paired phone, for instance, might automatically lock when placed in a back pocket.
Computing

How to transfer music from an iPod to a Mac or PC

Have songs stuck on your iPod, but don't know how to properly transfer them to your PC or Mac? Here's how to quickly do it using iTunes or iExplorer, while minimizing potential conflicts and duplicate songs.
Mobile

Nothing but net: these 5 apps are what fantasy basketball dreams are made of

Fantasy basketball has become exceedingly more sophisticated over the past decade. Nowadays, there's more to fantasy basketball than simply drafting a team and setting your roster. These five apps will help you fine-tune your team and make…
Mobile

With iOS 10.0.2, Apple squashed the Lightning headphones bug and a few others

Apple already issued iOS 10.0.2, the second minor update for the company's mobile operating system. Because it's a minor update, iOS 10.0.2 opts to improve stability and squash some annoying bugs.
Mobile

Guilty of loving the iPhone 7: Two Singaporeans buy plane tickets to get iPhones, get arrested

Two Singapore residents were arrested for entering Changi Airport to buy the iPhone 7 with no intention of flying to a destination. The pair face potential jail time and a fine.
Mobile

Take your calls in HD with Verizon's Voice over LTE feature for prepaid customers

Verizon announced that prepaid customers will finally be getting HD calling starting on September 25. Apart from high-quality voice calls, the feature also allows for things like six-way calls.