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Apple isn’t just a walled garden, it’s a carrier

With the Samsung Galaxy S21, it’s time for Bixby to put up or shut up

CES 2021 Day 2: here come the gaming laptops

CES Day 1: TCL takes its shot and Intel hunkers down

There were a lot of gadgets announced yesterday

What to expect at CES 2021

Everybody might be staying home, but the gadgets are still coming out

The MacBook Air is once again the benchmark by which other laptops will be measured

Many will be found wanting

Samsung’s rumored Galaxy S21 phone lineup is starting to make sense

Apple is astonishingly confident in its new M1 Mac processors

What to watch for at today’s Apple silicon Mac event

The Xbox reviews are in and Microsoft is off to a good start

Good hardware features don’t require advanced technology, just clever designers

5G alone won’t be enough to justify buying an iPhone this year

The Pixel 5 and 4A 5G play it safe

Google isn’t going out on any limbs here

Samsung needs a splashy product for its splashy product launch

Google’s Android peripherals are going to take time

Apple might not include a charger with the iPhone 12. Good

iOS 14 on the iPhone
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With iOS 14, Apple is finally letting the iPhone home screen get complicated

Widgets, hideable pages, App Library, and App Clips: a lot of new concepts for one update

The iPadification of the Mac is coming, no touchscreen required

Meanwhile, the Mac’s original elegance has moved to the iPad

Five features to hope for at WWDC

Apple’s App Store policies are bad, but its interpretation and enforcement are worse

Android 11 may be the best texting platform if you use multiple chat apps

What Windows can teach the Mac about the switch to ARM processors

Google is going to try to win TV for the umpteenth time

Is Google finally managing its messaging mess?

The biggest announcements from Microsoft Build 2020

What Sundar Pichai’s ‘long-term’ hardware commitment means for the Pixel