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A Texas man was vindicated after confiscating his daughter's iPhone 4

36-year-old Ronald Jackson was vindicated for an incident that involved him confiscating his daughter's iPhone 4 roughly two-and-a-half years ago. Jackson's ex-partner brought theft charges against him.
Computing

Sorry Microsoft: The iPad Pro is selling better than the Surface Line

While tablet sales continue to plummet, Apple rises to the top with premium, performance-focused products, which has led Cupertino to an important victory over Microsoft's Surface line.
Home Theater

The Apple TV doesn’t have picture-in-picture (yet) but here’s what it could look like

The Apple TV doesn't have picture-in-picture functionality, but according to a demo from a developer, it's a relatively easy feature to add, so it could be on the way in a future tvOS update.
Mobile

Weekly Rewind: iPhone sales slow, Google beats Go, Bill Nye wants electric NASCAR

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on, in fact, that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech…
Mobile

Here are this week’s 5 best new apps: Gotta Go!, Tack, News Pro, and more

This week's top new apps include an app that gives you excuses to get out of situations, an app that lets you schedule messages, and Microsoft's news reader app for iOS, among others.
Computing

MacBook 2016 Rumors: What does Apple have up its sleeve this time?

Apple's illustrious MacBook line is overdue for an upgrade, but with typical Cupertino secrecy surrounding plans, all we can do is speculate, and wonder, about what might be coming down the pipeline.
Mobile

Apple would’ve been the 42nd richest country last year

When compared to the worldwide GDP figures of last year, Apple's $231 billion revenue would make the company the equivalent of the 42nd richest country on the planet, tied with Finland.
Mobile

Get out of here! Seriously. We’ve got the 15 best hiking apps to help you do it

If you're looking to go off-road and offline for an adventure, then you might want to check out some great hiking apps, and handy outdoors apps, to help you on your way. We've got everything from offline map apps, to apps that track the…
Mobile

4.5 million hours were spent transferring phone data over the 2015 holidays

According to a recent report by a research firm, consumers spent about 4.5 million hours transferring their data from one phone to another in-store over the 2015 holiday season. The actual number depends on how fast the in-store Wi-Fi is.
Mobile

Avoid that surprise big bill! Here’s how to turn off in-app purchases on your iOS device

No one wants to see a surplus of surprise charges on their bill, especially when they're a result of in-app purchases. To make sure that doesn't happen to you, here's how to turn off in-app purchases in iOS.
Mobile

This strappy case helps you grip your tablet or smartphone with relative ease

Tabulate is a case that promises to properly combine design with ergonomics by providing additional grip to your tablet or smartphone. You can 3D-print one for yourself or opt for the case's Kickstarter, which is currently live.
Mobile

Google Chrome for iOS loses ‘Do Not Track’ feature

Google seems to have removed the 'Do Not Track' feature in Chrome for iOS -- but the issue stems from Apple's constraints in its WKWebView API for third-party browsers. Google said it will add the features again if Apple offers an update.