Apple has announced the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini and they're packed with Pro-level features at a lower price.
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If you've been waiting for Apple to finally announce a new iPhone that doesn't cost more than $1000 to own, this week bears good tidings in the form of the 2020 iPhone SE.
With new magnets and coils, Apple is making all sorts of new things possible.
Evan Blass has leaked seemingly official images of the new iPhones 12 and HomePod mini.
Amazon Prime Day has brought with it plenty of great tech discounts and sales but, more importantly, it's a great excuse to import yourself a OnePlus smartphone.
Frustrated by App Store rules, Microsoft will turn to the open web for is game streaming service.
Apple is reportedly looking to launch a new HomePod alongside the iPhone 12 at next week's 'Hi, Speed' event.
Apple has sent out invitations for a special online event on October 13, which will likely see the launch of the iPhone 12.
There are no detailed release notes, but minor point-release updates are typically focused on bugs and performance.
Apple's streaming TV ambitions continue to expand its reach.
Soon it will be a lot easier to play content from your iPhone or iPad on your Roku streaming box or TV.
This isn't xCloud—you stream from your own Xbox instead of the cloud—but it's something!
Vodafone have redefined what it means to sign up for one of their unlimited mobile data plans.
Oppo has announced ColorOS 11, its version of Android 11, hot on the heels of Google’s full release of the software last week.
The update fixes a handful of bugs in last week's big OS update.
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