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  1. Apple may still depend on Samsung for OLED iPhone screens as LG hits snags
  2. Microsoft claims to make Chrome safer with new extension
  3. ZTE exports ban may mean no Google apps, a death sentence for its smartphones
  4. It’s anyone’s guess when the next major Windows 10 update will be out
  5. New Boosted Boards have more affordable shortboard and better batteries
  6. Apple may debut its own news subscription service within the next year
  7. Intel, Microsoft to use GPU to scan memory for malware
  8. Microsoft’s bid to secure the Internet of Things: Custom Linux, custom chips, Azure
  9. Wireless version of the classic Koss Porta Pro headphones could be on the way [Updated]
  10. Lovers of small iPhones might be rewarded with rumored next-gen SE 2
  11. Amazon and Best Buy team up to sell TVs, but it’s a risky move for Best Buy
  12. Dealmaster: Google is now selling its Daydream View VR headset for $49
  13. OneNote desktop app end-of-lifed, replaced with Windows 10 UWP
  14. Owl Car Cam review: A data-connected dash cam for car lovers
  15. Motorola announces the 2018 Moto G6 and E5
  16. New Alexa Blueprints let users make custom skills without knowing any code
  17. Ryzen gains on Intel with second generation
  18. Tim Cook on merging macOS and iOS: “I don’t think that’s what users want”
  19. Android Go review—Google’s scattershot attempt at a low-end Android OS
  20. Google gives up on Google Allo, hopes carriers will sort out RCS messaging
  21. Apple offers free battery replacements for select MacBook Pro models
  22. Google Chrome’s major redesign shows a lighter, rounder UI
  23. Surface Phone speculation spurred by new phone APIs in Windows
  24. Job details disappear as report suggests upcoming Amazon-made home robot
  25. How to make your old Game Boy as good as (or better than) new
  26. Amazon Key expands to deliver packages inside your car
  27. The Roku Channel gets live news thanks to ABC, Cheddar, and other partners
  28. Here’s our best look yet at the LG G7
  29. Windows goes on a diet with yet another variant: Windows 10 Lean
  30. The Xbox One will get 120Hz support in a May software update
  31. Apple releases iOS 11.3.1 alongside security updates for macOS 10.13.4
  32. Mysterious Amazon.com page hints at forthcoming Fire TV Cube
  33. Gmail.com gets its biggest upgrade since 2011 with today’s redesign launch
  34. Amazon made an Echo Dot for kids, and it costs $30 more than the original
  35. Philips launches a 43-inch HDR monitor that reaches 1,000 nits of brightness
  36. Azure Container Instances bring serverless computing to containers
  37. Samsung announces 970 Pro and Evo NVMe SSDs
  38. With new Windows update still AWOL, Fall Creators Update reaches 92% penetration
  39. Even Windows revenue is up in Microsoft’s $26.8 billion 3Q18
  40. iTunes is finally in the Microsoft Store
  41. The Windows 10 April 2018 Update will ship this April, but only just
  42. Apple exits Wi-Fi game, AirPort routers discontinued after stock sells out
  43. iPhone’s weirdest glitch yet: Ask Siri to define “mother” twice, learn a bad word
  44. Google I/O 2018 preview—What we’re expecting from Google’s big show
  45. LG G7 hands-on—LG adds a notched display, better speaker to the G6 formula
  46. As AI advances rapidly, More Human Than Human says, “Stop, let’s think about this”
  47. A look at what the Windows 10 April 2018 update brings
  48. TCL’s follow-up to last year’s popular Roku 4K TVs starts at $649, ships tomorrow
  49. Fitbit wants to more easily give data to doctors with Google partnership
  50. Samsung launches preorders for the Galaxy S9 in 128GB, 256GB storage varieties
  51. Firefox will show sponsored content that’s personalized but private
  52. LG’s 2018 C8 and E8 TVs are here to prove OLED is finally mainstream
  53. Hulu will soon offer offline viewing and episode downloads
  54. The Nokia 6.1 launches in the US for $269
  55. Time is running out if you want to opt out of Windows Insider previews
  56. Over a 5th of the world’s population is logging in to YouTube—despite scandals
  57. Google News to be revamped, incorporate YouTube videos and magazines
  58. Don’t charge your brain implant during thunderstorms, docs warn after incident
  59. Ars Technica System Guide, Spring 2018: The show-your-work edition
  60. Google Daydream VR goes standalone with Lenovo’s Mirage Solo
  61. Guitar-maker Gibson files for bankruptcy to leave its electronics ambitions behind
  62. Liveblog: Google I/O 2018 kicks off May 8 at 1PM Eastern, 10AM Pacific
  63. The Ars Technica Mother’s Day gift guide
  64. Android Things 1.0 launches, Google promises 3 years of updates for every device
  65. Build 2018: Microsoft embraces its new platforms, Azure and Microsoft 365
  66. Google and JBL’s all-in-one soundbar combines Android TV and Google Home
  67. Microsoft continues its quest to bring machine learning to every application
  68. Watch Microsoft’s opening Build keynote here
  69. Report: Butterfly MacBook Pro keyboards require more frequent, more expensive repairs
  70. With Timeline and Your Phone, Microsoft makes a PC the phone’s second screen
  71. Gmail’s new “smart compose” feature will help you write emails faster
  72. Google Duplex will call salons, restaurants, and pretend to be human for you [Updated]
  73. Google News gets Material Design look, better personalization with AI
  74. Google details new Android P features, including iPhone X-like gesture controls
  75. In blocking autoplay videos, Chrome is breaking many Web-based games
  76. Google’s ML Kit offers easy machine learning APIs for Android and iOS
  77. Google Maps unveils its first-ever augmented reality interface
  78. Google’s ARCore 1.2 enables multiplayer AR across Android and iOS
  79. Apple: All app updates must support the iPhone X and iOS 11 come July
  80. Notepad gets a major upgrade, now does Unix line endings
  81. Apple reportedly removing apps that share location data with third parties
  82. Google’s Android TV dongle is real, but it won’t end up in stores
  83. Explorer is getting a dark theme, and it’s very dark
  84. Microsoft can’t fix “flickergate” Surface Pro 4s with software, so it’s replacing them
  85. Dealmaster: TCL’s new Roku TVs are here, so the old one is down to $500 today
  86. New HP all-in-one houses Alexa, provides power with wireless charging base
  87. Android P Preview 2 hands-on—New recent apps, awful gesture nav, and more!
  88. Lenovo hypes up an all-screen (no, really) flagship smartphone
  89. GPU-equipped Ryzen Pros give AMD what it needs to conquer the corporate desktop
  90. Smart Compose and offline mode have arrived in Gmail
  91. Google employees resign in protest of Google/pentagon drone program
  92. Microsoft blocks Windows 10 April 2018 update to some Intel SSDs
  93. Surface Hub 2 coming in 2019, looks amazing
  94. Report: Microsoft is going to try to make a cheap Surface tablet… again
  95. Hands-on with the OnePlus 6: An all-glass, notched smartphone for $529
  96. The revamped Google News app is now available on iPhones and iPads
  97. Intel makes its first 10nm Cannon Lake chips official
  98. New YouTube Music Premium costs $9.99 monthly, add $2 to get all Red perks
  99. Alphabet’s Verily has a “smart diaper“ design that distinguishes pee from poo
  100. As the Web moves toward HTTPS by default, Chrome will remove “secure” indicator
  101. Small group of iOS devs form “Developers Union” to request App Store changes
  102. OnePlus 6 Review—A series of downgrades is saved by the low price
  103. Apple cracks down on CallKit-enabled apps in China’s App Store
  104. Razer slims down Blade, debuts macOS-compatible eGPU enclosure
  105. New speculative-execution vulnerability strikes AMD, ARM, and Intel
  106. Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 review: Meet the child of Intel and AMD’s unholy union
  107. HTC’s new flagship smartphone has a translucent back, dual front cameras
  108. Apple, VW sign driverless car deal for Apple campus shuttles, NY Times sources say
  109. You can add “harder to fix” to the list of OnePlus 6 downgrades
  110. Acer’s Chromebook Spin 13 tempts professionals to use Chrome OS at work
  111. YouTube Music will replace Google Play Music but won’t kill user uploads
  112. Edge is still the most efficient Windows browser, but Chrome is getting close
  113. Samsung might save Android smartwatches from irrelevance
  114. Amazon confirms that Echo device secretly shared user’s private audio [Updated]
  115. HP Spectre 15 x360 2018 review: Made better by standard 4K, great battery life
  116. Court docs show Apple knew about the bendiness of the iPhone 6, 6 Plus
  117. Google zooms by Amazon in smart speaker shipments, report says
  118. Essential cancels its next smartphone, future of the company in doubt
  119. From Win32 to Cocoa: A Windows user’s would-be conversion to Mac OS X
  120. HP’s ZBook x2: It’s powerful, it’s specialized, and it’s very expensive
  121. From Win32 to Cocoa: A Windows user’s would-be conversion to Mac OS, part II
  122. From Win32 to Cocoa: A Windows user’s would-be conversion to Mac OS X, part III
  123. iOS 11.4 debuts today with AirPlay 2 multi-room audio support for HomePod
  124. HP Omen 15 laptop gets Nvidia Max-Q graphics, sleeker design with slim bezels
  125. Qualcomm launches a new chip specifically for standalone AR and VR devices
  126. Google’s Project Fi gets new phones from LG and Motorola
  127. Half of Windows 10 PCs already upgraded to the April 2018 update
  128. Nokia 2.1, 3.1, and 5.1: Cheap phones with stock Android starting at $115
  129. Intel at last announces Optane memory: DDR4 that never forgets
  130. Google Pixel 3 will reportedly be built by Foxconn, have a massive notch
  131. Microsoft killing off the Groove Music apps for iOS and Android
  132. Xiaomi clones the iPhone X for $420, adds in-display fingerprint reader
  133. Telegram CEO: Apple has “prevented” app updates globally since April
  134. WWDC 2018: What we expect Apple to announce on June 4
  135. Liveblog: Apple’s WWDC 2018 keynote is on June 4
  136. macOS High Sierra 10.13.5 brings Messages in iCloud and security updates
  137. ARM promises laptop-level performance in 2019
  138. Google reportedly won’t renew controversial drone imaging program
  139. Microsoft snaps up GitHub for $7.5 billion
  140. iOS 12 introduced, to run on everything that runs iOS 11
  141. Asus’ insane gaming phone has 3 USB ports, clip-on cooling fan
  142. watchOS 5 debuts with health and fitness tweaks
  143. Apple TV 4K to receive Dolby Atmos support
  144. Apple announces macOS 10.14 “Mojave”
  145. Everyone complaining about Microsoft buying GitHub needs to offer a better solution
  146. WatchOS 5 first take: Walkie Talkie, workout auto detect, and smarter Siri
  147. Lenovo’s all-screen smartphone was all talk
  148. The Moto Z3 Play is official with rare, side-mounted fingerprint reader
  149. The end of OpenGL support, other updates Apple didn’t share at the keynote
  150. AMD unveils Threadripper 2: Up to 32 cores, 64 threads, for an enthusiast chip
  151. Sonos launches a new mini soundbar, pegs AirPlay 2 support for July
  152. Latest Windows preview suggests you’ll be able to turn S Mode on and off
  153. Android P Preview 3 hands-on—Here’s all 157 new emoji, some UI tweaks
  154. Amazon’s Fire TV Cube is like a Fire TV blended with an Echo Dot
  155. Microsoft’s plan for GitHub: “Make GitHub better at being GitHub”
  156. Talkin’ Treble: How Android engineers are winning the war on fragmentation
  157. Google Pixel 3 XL prototype shows an all-glass back, giant display notch
  158. Intel isn’t going to be launching a 28-core 5GHz processor this year after all
  159. The Apple Watch will soon ditch its mechanical buttons, report says
  160. Exclusive: Plume’s new “Superpod” hardware is here—and it’s fast
  161. Microsoft “Andromeda” this year, new HoloLens in 2019, and the next Xbox in 2020
  162. Garmin’s new Vivoactive 3 Music is the best competitor to the Apple Watch
  163. Apple bans developers from creating, selling user Contacts databases
  164. Vivo will actually sell a smartphone with a pop-up front camera
  165. Microsoft rebuilding the Office interface to align it across Web, mobile, and desktop
  166. The Ars Technica Father’s Day gift guide
  167. Microsoft tech may help Walmart get rid of cashiers and checkout lines
  168. Windows 10 April 2018 Update now open to all, thanks to machine learning
  169. It looks like Google is readying the Pixelbook to run Windows 10
  170. Huge Apple Maps outage prevents all users from searching, getting directions
  171. Apple snags Oprah Winfrey in original content deal
  172. How ARKit 2 works, and why Apple is so focused on AR
  173. Garmin brings music, NFC payments, onboard mapping to Fenix 5 Plus watches
  174. Google Maps removes Uber integration
  175. Alexa for hotels lets guests order room service, control in-room smart devices
  176. Google launches a Web client for Android’s SMS app
  177. Google’s Flutter SDK moves out of beta with Release Preview 1
  178. Microsoft staff call on company to end ICE contract
  179. The Oppo Find X kills the smartphone notch with a motorized pop-up camera
  180. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigns over workplace relationship
  181. Apple’s AirPower charging mat delayed until fall due to “technical hurdles”
  182. YouTube now lets you pay $4.99 per month to support your favorite creators
  183. Apple launches service program to address MacBook keyboard woes
  184. More details leak on “Snapdragon 1000,” Qualcomm’s chip for Windows 10 laptops
  185. Google’s AR “Measure” app comes to all ARCore Android phones
  186. Amazon staff to Bezos: Stop selling tech to law enforcement, Palantir
  187. Acer Chromebook Tab 10 review: Chrome OS revives Google’s tablet future
  188. The $159 Nokia 3.1 comes to the US July 2
  189. Report: New AirPods, Apple noise-cancelling headphones pegged for 2019
  190. Hyperthreading under scrutiny with new TLBleed crypto key leak
  191. Microsoft’s USB Type-C dongle for Surface Pro is finally here, and it’s huge
  192. macOS Mojave: A visual tour of Dark Mode and other major features
  193. Talking to Google Duplex: Google’s human-like phone AI feels revolutionary
  194. Microsoft pulls Windows Sets “tabbed windows” feature from next release
  195. Microsoft’s facial recognition service now less bad for nonwhites
  196. Amazon is turning its Fire tablets into portable Echo Shows
  197. The Note 9 launches August 9—here’s what to expect
  198. OnePlus finally promises to update its smartphones
  199. Google researchers created an amazing scene-rendering AI
  200. New hinge API gives more hints about Microsoft’s 2-screen “Andromeda” device
  201. 1990, meet 2018: How far does 20MHz of Macintosh IIsi power go today?
  202. Software delays, lack of purpose means Microsoft’s “Andromeda” may never arrive
  203. Guidemaster: Picking the right Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C dock for your desk
  204. Really dumb malware targets cryptocurrency fans using Macs
  205. FCC filings give further credence to new $400 Surface reports
  206. Android P Preview 4 tweaks gesture navigation, revamps system icons
  207. Dealmaster: Amazon Prime Day returns on July 16—and it’s actually a day and a half
  208. The Internet-demanded, partially scientific testing of Ultra-Ever Dry (in HD!)
  209. Sonos files for IPO, positions its products as alternatives to screen addiction
  210. Outlook.com the latest site to copy Ars, offer “dark mode”
  211. The AI revolution has spawned a new chips arms race
  212. Microsoft’s $399 Surface Go is announced at last
  213. Apple releases iOS 11.4.1 with USB Restricted Mode
  214. Xiaomi’s IPO makes it the third-most valuable smartphone maker
  215. Google Pay gets boarding passes, ability to send money to contacts
  216. New Spectre-like attack uses speculative execution to overflow buffers
  217. AirPlay has finally made its way to Sonos speakers
  218. Latest Windows 10 update now deemed good enough for business users
  219. Microsoft finally gives Teams what it needs to take on Slack: A free version
  220. Apple to stop selling 2015 MacBook Pro with old-style keyboard, legacy ports
  221. Apple’s new 2018 MacBook Pros are now available, and the top specs are much faster
  222. Microsoft offers extended support for Windows, SQL 2008—but with a catch
  223. Nokia 6.1 Review—The best answer to “What Android phone should I buy?”
  224. Adobe plans to bring full version of Photoshop to the iPad next year
  225. PC market appears to have grown for the first time since 2012
  226. A look at Chrome’s new tab design
  227. Faster and farther: Bulls Cross E8 electric bike review
  228. Roku wants to grab audiophiles with its new wireless speakers for Roku TVs
  229. The Essential Phone at $250 is the best smartphone deal of the year
  230. Microsoft killing off the old Skype client, adding built-in call recording
  231. Microsoft is making the Windows command line a lot better
  232. Google resurrects Google Now’s predictive cards, sticks them in the Assistant
  233. Investors are worried that Netflix is getting as big as it can get
  234. Walmart may launch a video streaming service to battle Netflix, Amazon
  235. VR rivals come together to develop a single-cable spec for VR headsets
  236. Project Loon signs its first deal for Internet-delivering balloons—in Kenya
  237. Gorilla Glass 6 tackles the problem of cumulative smartphone damage
  238. Windows 10 will get better at telling time with new leap second support
  239. Microsoft posts bumper Q4, with Windows, Surface, Azure all up
  240. New MacBook Pro keyboard design may fix dust problems after all
  241. Google’s iron grip on Android: Controlling open source by any means necessary
  242. Google video shows all-white redesigns for Gmail, Google Photos, and more
  243. Today’s the day that Chrome brands plain old HTTP “not secure”
  244. We tested throttling on the MacBook Pro—now Apple says it has a firmware fix
  245. 2018 15-inch MacBook Pro review: Better, faster, stronger, throttle-ier?
  246. Meet the Xiaomi Mi A2—even low-end phones are now losing the 3.5mm jack
  247. Leaked benchmarks show Intel is dropping hyperthreading from i7 chips
  248. YouTube comes down on Alex Jones for hate speech, child endangerment content
  249. Lenovo Smart Display review: The Google Assistant now has a face
  250. Windows 10 will try not to reboot when you’re just grabbing a cup of coffee
  251. New Spectre attack enables secrets to be leaked over a network
  252. Alex Jones slammed with 30-day ban from Facebook for hateful videos [Update]
  253. Intel says not to expect mainstream 10nm chips until 2H19
  254. Re-testing the MacBook Pro: Apple’s firmware update led to a big improvement
  255. Garmin Fenix 5S Plus review: So capable, so enviable, so expensive
  256. Google Pixel 3 rumors: More pictures leak, hints of smart display dock surface
  257. Vertical video sheds its black bars on YouTube, Android app adds dark mode
  258. Firefox is getting new icons; Mozilla shows off two competing designs
  259. Windows 10 will soon ship with a full, open source, GPLed Linux kernel
  260. Coming soon: Windows Terminal—finally a tabbed, emoji-capable Windows command-line
  261. Microsoft’s plan for Edge: Integrated IE compatibility, better privacy
  262. Armagadd-on redux: Certificate expiration caused Firefox to disable all add-ons
  263. What to expect from Google I/O 2019
  264. HP Chromebook 14 review: One of the first AMD Chromebooks, tested
  265. Blockchain, zero-code machine learning coming to Azure
  266. HoloLens 2 dev kits: $3,500, or $99/month, with Azure credits, Unity trials
  267. Android Auto gets a big UI revamp
  268. Google renames Assistant home devices, debuts $229 Nest Hub Max
  269. Meet the Google Pixel 3A: A midrange phone with a flagship camera for $399
  270. Microsoft: The open source company
  271. Why Google believes machine learning is its future
  272. HP Spectre 15 x360 2019 review: Carving a niche in a crowded space
  273. Nest, the company, died at Google I/O 2019
  274. Google Pixel 3A hands-on: The only Pixel phone to buy
  275. Lenovo adds AMD Ryzen Pro-powered laptops to its ThinkPad family
  276. Cray, AMD to build 1.5 exaflops supercomputer for US government
  277. Google debuts “next-generation” Assistant, coming to next Pixel phones
  278. Ubuntu 19.04: The Disco Dingo arrives and will really make your IT dept. happy
  279. Garmin Forerunner 245 Music review: New features, better price, few sacrifices
  280. Amazon to employees: Quit your job, we’ll help you start a delivery business
  281. Lenovo bumps X1 Extreme to i9, GTX 1650, introduces new mainstream ThinkBooks
  282. Supreme Court ruling could threaten Apple’s 30 percent app commission
  283. Lenovo shows off a folding-screen laptop, coming some time in 2020
  284. Apple releases iOS 12.3, macOS 10.14.5, watchOS 5.2.1, and tvOS 12.3
  285. The WWDC Liveblog: All the OS details from Apple’s annual keynote
  286. Lenovo Smart Clock review: A small smart display that doesn’t display much
  287. “WHAT HAPPENED????” How a remote tech writing gig proved to be an old-school scam
  288. Amazon cell service? Company reportedly interested in buying Boost Mobile
  289. The Moto Z4 launches as a $500 mid-range smartphone with 5G upgradability
  290. What to expect from Apple’s WWDC 2019 keynote next week
  291. Report: Samsung will strip the Galaxy Note of its headphone jack and buttons
  292. The 2019 Roomba gets an all-new design, companion mop-bot
  293. Google kills its Twitch killer—the YouTube Gaming app shuts down this week
  294. Get ready for under-display smartphone cameras
  295. Apple’s watchOS 6 brings new apps (and various iPhone apps) to Watch
  296. Our first-look photos of Apple’s new Mac Pro and the Pro Display XDR
  297. Answers to some of your iTunes questions: Old libraries, Windows, and more
  298. iPadOS, coming “this fall”: Thumb drives, more gestures, “desktop-class” browsing [Updated]
  299. Apple will soon kill off iTunes and, with it, an entire era of music history
  300. Apple shares its vision for macOS 10.15 Catalina: Cross-platform apps are key
  301. Apple unveils the Pro Display XDR, a display unlike anything else on the market
  302. iOS 13: Apple brings Dark Mode to iPhones and multitasking overhaul to iPads
  303. It’s really real: Apple unveils the all-new Mac Pro
  304. Apple expands tvOS gaming with PS4, Xbox One S controller support
  305. Android Q Beta 4 is out, brings finalized APIs
  306. This week’s dead Google product is Google Trips, may it rest in peace
  307. The clever cryptography behind Apple’s “Find My” feature
  308. Dealmaster: Sony and Microsoft launch a bunch of PS4 and Xbox deals ahead of E3
  309. Get an early look at the very rectangular Samsung Galaxy Note 10
  310. Report: Google argues the Huawei ban would hurt its Android monopoly
  311. Huawei’s export ban is wider in scope than most people imagine
  312. Apple may have leaked the Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR release month
  313. iOS 12.3.2 fixes a camera bug but doesn’t do much else
  314. Samsung is bringing the $350 Galaxy A50 to the US
  315. Guidemaster: Ars picks 11 gifts you can get Dad for Father’s Day 2019
  316. AMD launches Navi as the $449 Radeon RX 5700 XT
  317. Apple’s iCloud has been a poor experience in Windows, but a new update seeks to fix that
  318. Apple wants to acquire Intel’s 5G business to build its own modems, sources claim
  319. Google responds to Pixel 4 rumors by… posting a picture of the Pixel 4
  320. Google’s Pixel 4 rumored to support air gesture system
  321. Here’s what an Apple TV and Alexa look like on an old TV and record player cabinet
  322. Google is ending the integration between Drive and Photos
  323. Huawei export ban claims another victim: Huawei’s $2,600 foldable smartphone
  324. Target’s same-day deliveries might break my Amazon Prime addiction
  325. Huawei bracing for a 40% to 60% drop in international smartphone shipments
  326. AMD says its Ryzen 3000 isn’t just cheaper—it’s better
  327. Nvidia pushes ARM supercomputing
  328. Google’s ninth attempt at a messaging service will be based on RCS
  329. Samsung asks users to please virus-scan their TVs
  330. iOS 13 will remind you to cancel your subscription when you delete an app
  331. Digging into the new features in OpenZFS post-Linux migration
  332. Hackers, farmers, and doctors unite! Support for Right to Repair laws slowly grows
  333. Apple introduces a recall program for some MacBook Pro laptops with faulty batteries
  334. Google Hardware quits the tablet business, again
  335. Debunked: The absurd story about smartphones causing kids to sprout horns
  336. Google is killing YouTube’s “Hangouts on Air” this year
  337. The Raspberry Pi 4 brings faster CPU, up to 4GB of RAM
  338. Bill Gates calls failure to fight Android his “greatest mistake”
  339. Amazon takes on TCL’s Roku TV with low-cost HDR Fire TV television
  340. Guidemaster: The best dash cams worthy of a permanent place in your car
  341. Apple updates Pages, Keynote, and Numbers with new text-styling features
  342. Microsoft OneDrive gets a more secure Personal Vault, plus additional storage options
  343. Oppo’s first under-display camera demo looks decidedly first-generation
  344. Apple bolsters its chip team by hiring architect who worked at ARM, Intel, AMD
  345. WireGuard on Windows early preview
  346. Gmail’s API lockdown will kill some third-party app access, starting July 15
  347. Nvidia refreshes RTX line: “Super” GPUs add performance at same MSRP
  348. The Galaxy Note 10 launches August 7
  349. Report describing Jony Ive’s Apple exit gains a sharp response from Tim Cook
  350. PlayStation Vue applies a $5-a-month increase to all live TV plans
  351. Samsung CEO calls Galaxy Fold launch failure “embarrassing”
  352. Catalyst deep dive: The future of Mac software according to Apple and devs
  353. Jony Ive will depart Apple to start his own company
  354. Microsoft is teasing Windows 1.0 and other 1980s software
  355. Android Q(&A): Android Engineers take us on a deep dive of Android Q
  356. FaceTime feature in iOS 13 feigns eye contact during video calls
  357. In renders, the Pixel 4 trades a giant notch for a giant forehead
  358. I updated my crusty old Pentium G-based server—the results are worth sharing
  359. Fixing the past: The art of collecting pinball machines
  360. Guidemaster: Fitness trackers to consider before buying a smartwatch
  361. Dell Inspiron 13 7000 review: Premium and practical all in one
  362. Sony’s WF-1000XM3 bring noise cancellation to AirPods-style wireless earbuds
  363. Behold, the most (intentionally) poorly designed website ever created
  364. Apple updates entry-level MacBook Air and Pro, discontinues MacBook
  365. Raspberry Pi admits to faulty USB-C design on the Pi 4
  366. Microsoft releases Windows 1.11 throwback app as a Stranger Things tie-in
  367. Dropbox Transfer tests direct sharing of files up to 100GB
  368. Android Q’s gesture navigation won’t support custom home apps at launch
  369. Third parties confirm AMD’s outstanding Ryzen 3000 numbers
  370. Official Galaxy Note 10 images leak, show off the big, boxy body
  371. DeepMind AI is secretly lurking on the public StarCraft II 1v1 ladder
  372. Google workers listen to your “OK Google” queries—one of them leaked recordings
  373. Microsoft Teams is now officially bigger than Slack
  374. Amazon Music Unlimited is growing faster than Apple Music or Spotify, report says
  375. The latest barrier to 5G speeds? The summer
  376. Teardowns and benchmarks: All the details about Apple’s newest 13-inch MacBook Pro
  377. OurPact returns to App Store, reviving debates about Apple’s impartiality
  378. Dealmaster: Amazon discounts almost its entire product lineup for Prime Day 2019
  379. Dropbox silently installs new file manager app on users’ systems [Updated]
  380. Xiaomi’s Mi A3 brings stock Android, OLED display for €249
  381. Apple is planning to buy up original podcasts with exclusivity in mind
  382. The $139 Nokia 2.2 brings back the removable battery
  383. Dealmaster: Amazon Prime Day deals you can snag for under $50
  384. The Snapdragon 855 is getting an upgrade to the Snapdragon 855+
  385. Dealmaster: All the best Amazon Prime Day 2019 tech deals we can find
  386. Microsoft closes fiscal 2019 with revenue spikes driven by cloud services
  387. Chrome 76 prevents NYT and other news sites from detecting Incognito Mode
  388. Apple closes in on $1 billion deal to buy Intel’s modem business: report
  389. Nvidia RTX 2080 Super hands-on: The result when AMD is out of striking distance
  390. Apple releases iOS 12.4, watchOS 5.3, macOS 10.14.6, and more
  391. Asus’ ROG Phone II features a 120Hz display, a new SoC, and a giant battery
  392. Amazon warns customers: Those supplements might be fake
  393. Can Disney’s Circle really deliver a porn-free Internet?
  394. Netflix lost US subscribers in Q2 over price hikes; how can it win them back?
  395. Leaks reveal a trio of iPhone 11 releases to come from Apple this fall
  396. Red founder blames manufacturing partner for its smartphone failures
  397. Guidemaster: Ars tested and found the best USB-C accessories you can get now
  398. Samsung details Galaxy Fold fixes, promises re-launch in September
  399. Apple acquires Intel’s 5G smartphone modem business for $1 billion
  400. HP Envy 13 mini-review: Spectre fans, meet your budget option
  401. Siri records fights, doctor’s appointments, and sex (and contractors hear it)
  402. 15-inch MacBook Pro mini-review: How much does Apple’s fastest laptop offer?
  403. Google announces the Pixel 4 will have FaceID, radar-powered gestures
  404. Soon you’ll be able to watch PBS on YouTube
  405. Samsung to unpack new Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Watch over the next week
  406. Virtually every Apple business grew in every region this quarter—except the iPhone
  407. Android Auto’s biggest upgrade ever is finally rolling out
  408. Samsung won’t let Android tablets die, announces the Galaxy Tab S6
  409. Ars reviews three cell signal boosters—and they actually work
  410. Apple hones its focus on services with new TV deals for AirPlay 2, HomeKit
  411. Apple releases macOS 10.14.6 Supplemental Update to fix sleeping Macs
  412. Google confirms “Play Pass” subscription service for Android apps
  413. Intel reveals final details on Ice Lake mobile CPUs
  414. Amazon to kill Dash button functions on August 31—you have a month to hack yours
  415. Polar Ignite review: Clever fitness perks marred by too many compromises
  416. MSDN Magazine will publish its last issue, ending a Microsoft developer era
  417. Google releases the 6th and final beta for Android Q
  418. iOS 13 privacy feature will force total overhaul for Facebook apps
  419. Apple’s innovative virtual credit card is now available—but only to some people
  420. Apple isn’t the most cash-rich company in the world anymore, but it doesn’t matter
  421. Google publishes sustainability plan for hardware, but its impact is uncertain
  422. The Galaxy Note 10 launches with the biggest display of the year
  423. Samsung’s new Galaxy Book S laptop is built around Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8cx
  424. Apple locks new iPhone batteries to prevent third-party repair, report says
  425. Dell’s new XPS 13 2-in-1—a notable redesign—goes on sale today
  426. Google Maps AR Navigation comes to iPhones and Android devices
  427. Guidemaster: Smartwatches worthy of replacing your favorite timepiece
  428. Galaxy Note10 hands-on: Samsung falls behind the competition
  429. Google Pixel 4 will reportedly jump on the 90Hz display bandwagon
  430. A Boeing code leak exposes security flaws deep in a 787’s guts
  431. Samsung’s Bixby speaker, announced one year ago today, still hasn’t launched
  432. Microsoft contractors hear phone sex and more while reviewing Cortana, Skype audio
  433. A detailed look at AMD’s new Epyc “Rome” 7nm server CPUs
  434. Apple is now selling the AirPower, basically, only it’s not made by Apple
  435. Huawei announces its first operating system, HarmonyOS
  436. Apple updates multiport adapter with support for 4K HDR video
  437. British Airways testing VR headsets for first-class passengers this year
  438. FAA tells airlines MacBook Pros with defective batteries can’t fly
  439. Owners of defective 2016 Google Pixels can now claim up to $500
  440. Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac moves to Metal for DirectX 11 and more
  441. Microsoft cuts Office 2019 one-time licenses through Home Use Program
  442. Turning the Nintendo Switch into Android’s best gaming hardware
  443. Huawei’s futuristic foldable smartphone gets delayed for a second time
  444. Microsoft bucks trend, maintains contractor reviews of voice recording
  445. Apple will unveil new iPhones on September 10, leak suggests
  446. Report: US expected to give Huawei another 90-day export license
  447. Google Drive will introduce long-asked-for file shortcuts feature
  448. Guidemaster: Navigating the hazy world of gaming laptops in 2019
  449. Google Play Store’s blindingly white redesign starts rolling out
  450. Apple Card is now available to all US iPhone owners, adds new cash-back rewards
  451. The death of “Works with Nest” begins now with Google account migrations
  452. Apple TV+ will launch in November for $9.99, facing off against Disney+ at $6.99
  453. Guidemaster: The best Nintendo Switch accessories you can buy in 2019
  454. Guidemaster: The best gaming headsets for your console or gaming rig
  455. Intel’s line of notebook CPUs gets more confusing with 14nm Comet Lake
  456. Guidemaster: Finding the best gaming monitors you can buy in 2019
  457. Guidemaster: The best keyboards, mice, and more for your gaming PC
  458. Report: Apple will unveil overhauled MacBook Pro, “Pro” iPhones this fall
  459. Unsweetened: Android swaps sugary codenames for boring numbers
  460. Maybe don’t keep your Apple Card in a leather wallet, Apple warns