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Apple's Q1 crushes estimates as iPhone sales surge

Image: CNET Apple handily topped Q1 earnings targets with its highest quarterly revenue ever. The company also set an all-time record for iPhone sales. The Cupertino, Calif.-based technology giant reported Q1 net income of $17.9 billion, or $3.36 a share. The company made $78.4 billion in revenue. Wall Street was ...

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Recent Google Voice updates are welcome additions

The new look of Google Voice across Android, iOS, and web. Google When Google Voice launched in 2009, the free service targeted business users who wanted a second phone number for work, without the burden and cost of carrying around a second phone. At the time, Google Voice lacked key ...

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Gmail for iOS gets a facelift and faster search

Google updates Gmail for iOS with “undo” feature to recall mistakenly sent email. Image: Google Google has overhauled the look and feel of the Gmail app for iOS, aligning it more closely with the Gmail app for Android. The new Gmail for iOS offers a cleaner, more colorful look that’s ...

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Apple's iPhone is no longer the best Google phone

A simple “G” on the back of the Pixel lets you know it’s made by Google. Jason Cipriani/ZDNet Having spent the better part of the past month using Google’s Pixel XL smartphone, I still think Google made one of the best phones of the year. I have zero hesitation recommending ...

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Facebook Messenger is now a digital arcade

Source: Facebook Get ready to either fall more in love with Facebook Messenger, or start to dislike Facebook game invites on the social platform even more than you already do. Games are now built into Messenger. Facebook on Tuesday announced an update to its Messenger platform, adding a new service ...

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Apple releases iOS 10.2 for iPhones, iPads. Here's what's new

iOS 10.2 Apple has released iOS 10.2 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. This is the second major update for iOS 10 since it was released in October. Along with all the new features and fixes documented below, this update is also expected to contain additional diagnostic capability in ...

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Smartphones in 2016: What worked, what didn't

In 2016, we saw some phone manufacturers take big risks, trying to push the boundaries of what a smartphone should do, while other companies played it safe. LG and Lenovo each tried to create a modular ecosystem, while Google walked away from the idea altogether. Apple even got on board ...

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