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How Apple won silicon: Why Galaxy S8 can't go core-to-core with iPhone 7

iPhone 7 doesn't just keep up with the twice-as-many cores in Galaxy S8 — Apple trounces Samsung core-for-core. Here's why that really matters.

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Apple can have its iPhone and eat its Mac, too

Apple can keep making Macs and keep shipping iPhones. The company simply has to be honest about priorities — with customers and internally.

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Why Apple might have to put Touch ID on the back of iPhone 8

From the audacious to the pragmatic. Or, how iPhones ship.

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Why Apple needed to come clean about the new, new Mac Pro

Fixing the Mac Pro will take another year or so. Fixing the perception in the market only took a couple days.

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Screw the ROI: Apple should make a new MacBook Pro workstation

If Dell can make the Dell Precision 5520, why can't Apple make a MacBook that's really Pro?

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Jonathan Zdziarski goes to Apple

Security and forensics expert Jonathan Zdziarski is joining Apple's Security Engineering and Architecture team. And that's a huge win for personal privacy.

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We don't respect the value of our personal data — even when they sell it

Our browsing history and other very personal data could soon be offered for sale by our ISP, without our permission, and without compensation. And we don't seem to care.

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Does Google simply not give a $#!+ about Docs spam?

Google seems not to care about Docs spam, and neither does the media — because it's not Apple?

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Siri vs. Alexa: The good, the bad... or the both?

Apple's Siri and Amazon's Alexa are taking different paths towards the virtual interface, but is there a benefit in walking them both?

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Why would Apple switch iPhone 8 from Lightning to USB-C?

Transitions hurt but are also the way forward — so what could make Lightning to USB-C worth the pain?

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