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How Pad & Quill transformed my MacBook Pro into an actual book

The strangest thing about this whole book-as-MacBook-case thing? I actually kind of dig it.

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A tech vacation reality check

You learn a lot about your tech packing tips when you actually use them to go on vacation. This week on the Network, Jason Snell reflects on his recent Hawaiian vacation.

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Swingin' the hammer: nearly 6,000 players banned for hacking Pokémon Sun and Moon

The Pokémon Company is putting its foot down on cheaters, banning nearly 6,000 players for hacking their saved data.

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Breaking the Qualcomm tax

The FTC is investigating Qualcomm, and Apple is suing them. Let's follow the money...

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After years of civil and privacy rights advocacy, where are the tech leaders now?

For the last half-decade or so, the technology industry had become increasingly proactive about civil liberties and the right to privacy. So, where are they now?

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Comic: Siri is Why I'm Not Exactly Scared of Skynet

Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between.

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The problem with OLED and Touch ID on iPhone 8...

How Apple could have their OLED cake and eat their Touch ID as well.

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Meitu — What you need to know about privacy and the filtering app

Is handing over a lot of your phone's sensitive information worth a making over your face in the kawaii "cutesy" style? Modern Dad says think twice.

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Comic: An elegant computer for a more civilized age

Happy Saturday, iMore! Because Rich is awesome, he's letting us run some of his Mac-themed comics from the Diesel Sweeties archive on weekends. Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy.

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Tips for surviving Inauguration Weekend

The United States is celebrating its 58th consecutive successful transfer of power this weekend, and whether you're in Washington DC or somewhere else in the world during the event there are things your phone can do to help.

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