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Turn your Nintendo Switch into the ultimate console with a microSD card!

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Everything you need to know about the AT&T Unlimited plan

Users Guide

The third public beta for iOS 10.3 is here! This is how you get it

User Guide

Apple releases third public beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.4

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Get a lifetime of unlimited mobile backup from iDrive for $19.99

Beta time!

Apple releases third developer beta of iOS 10.3

Everything you need to know!

iPhone 8 will reportedly feature 3D-sensing FaceTime camera

Developers only!

tvOS 10.2 beta 3 now ready for developers

Developers only!

Apple releases third beta of watchOS 3.2 to developers

What you need to know

Four new iPad Pro models could be coming in March

Enter now!

We're giving away the new full-grain leather slim wallets from Pad & Quill

From 'OW' to 'WOW'

Hi, I'm an iPad Pro! โ€” 'We hear you' brings classic feel to new ads

Touch ID for all!

Why Touch ID makes the MacBook Pro the best Mac ever

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Pokรฉmon Go Gen 2 Guide โ€” New info!

Click. Swoon.

Billboard's cover: Shot on iPhone 7 Plus Portrait Mode

bye bye birdie

How to delete your Twitter account ๐Ÿšซ๐Ÿฅ

SWITCH IT UP

Nintendo Switch FAQ: Everything you need to know!

iOS Gaming Weekly

Here are the best new iPhone games out and on sale now!

Mastering AirPods

How to use your AirPods when you're offline

ALL EYES ON HOME

Why you might (and might not) want an indoor security camera in your home

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All Articles by Daniel Bader

AT&T decides to get competitive, expands unlimited plan to everyone

AT&T is matching its competitors by opening up unlimited data to everyone. Will it work?

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T-Mobile responds to Verizon's unlimited plan by rolling back its dumbest changes

T-Mobile has seen Verizon's unlimited and raised it unlimited and one.

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Apple Pay chief warns Australian banks to get behind mobile payments or risk losing customers

Apple Pay is big in Australia, even if some banks aren't willing to adopt it.

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Google takes on the Apple Watch with Android Wear 2.0 and two new LG watches

Android Wear 2.0 is now official, and it's clear Google is borrowing from multiple sources with their overhauled platform.

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FCC drops all inquiries into Binge On and other zero-rating programs

The FCC has dropped all inquiries into one of the most contested parts of net neutrality.

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Best Fitbit For Runners

All Fitbits track step count, but if you're a runner, you might need more detail than that. With variations between Fitbit models, it can be tough to figure out which is right one to go with. Here's some help!

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AT&T says goodbye to 2G, and to the OG iPhone ๐Ÿ‘‹

The original iPhone will no longer work in the U.S. after AT&T shuts down its 2G network.

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You can now print your own manicure with an iPhone

This nail printer could be the best, or worst, gift you can buy your manicure-addict friends!

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The Nurugo Micro microscope uses the iPhone camera to magnify 400x

See into your soul, or at least your skin, with the Nurugo Micro microscope for iPhone!

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LEGO Boost lets kids build their dream robot

LEGO Boost could change the way kids play.

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This connected hairbrush will get you brushing smarter, not harder

Kรฉrastase, L'Orรฉal, and Withings team up to create a smart hairbrush. But is it worth it?

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Best Fitbit

Fitbit has done a great job filling its line with excellent products at varying price points. But only one is the absolute best, and that's the new Fitbit Charge 2.

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8 Great Tech Gifts for Mom and Dad


It's-a-me, MARIO! How to get iOS to stop capitalizing Mario

A quick lesson in Mario capitalization!

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Telus launches iPhone Wi-Fi Calling with iOS 10.2: Here's what you need to know

Telus has launched Wi-Fi Calling with iOS 10.2. Here's what you Canadians need to know!

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Apple Pay rollout further stymied in Australia

Apple Pay may be popular all over the world, including in the U.S. and Canada, but its proliferation is being stymied in Australia by banks that want to wrest control of the service away from Apple itself.

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Watch the world's largest Christmas tree unveiling filmed on an iPhone 7 Plus!

What a great sight!

When significant events happen, photographers and videographers often use expensive SLRs to capture the proceedings, but increasingly those tools are becoming less necessary.

To wit, Toronto-based photographer Matt Barnes took his iPhone 7 Plus and a handy phone tripod to Toronto's Eaton Centre this week to capture the unveiling of the world's biggest Christmas tree, an event held in the mall's mezzanine every November to rapturous applause and plenty of spectator participation.

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How to switch from Microsoft Surface or other Windows 10 tablets to the iPad

When Windows is the last thing you want on your tablet, iPad Pro is ready to set you PC-free!

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Newton and the promise of paying for good software

Paying for software is increasingly rare in the mobile landscape, but the email startup formerly known as CloudMagic is taking the hard road by asking all of its customers to pay an annual fee.

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With Bell's Fibe now on Apple TV, is this the beginning of a beautiful friendship?

Bell Fibe TV is the first Canadian television service available on Apple TV.

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