Follow an iPhone 11 through the refurbishment process
Some people might be left unsatisfied by Samsung's explanation
The Ryzen 5 7640U will be AMD's first Zen 4-based U-series mobile APU
Was Samsung trying to pull a fast one?
AMD claims the 7945HX is 10% faster than the i9-13950HX in games
No credit card information or social security numbers exposed
WhatsApp and Signal would leave the UK rather than comply with potential requirement for weakened encryption
Many say the Online Safety Bill's requirements aren't possible without removing end-to-end encryption
Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 could be a big leap in mobile processing
Almost nine years after Messenger became a separate app
iPhone SE 4 promises to be a major upgrade
Two entry-level Samsung Galaxy phones also made the list
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 promises to be a beast
Saving space and money for manufacturers, removing portability for users
Impractical but impressive
Forward-looking: One of the most famous phrases about the value of networks came from Sun Microsystems' Scott Gage in 1984 when he declared that "the network is the computer." That long-time Sun tagline referred more to the value of connecting computers together and the concept of thin clients attaching to a centralized computing infrastructure than cellular networks. Nevertheless, it remains a prescient, pithy synopsis of where the computing and telecom worlds have been headed for the last three decades.
Optimizations led to a completely offline image generation experience
What just happened? Finnish telecoms giant Nokia has announced that the company is rebranding and, for the first time in almost six decades, changing its logo. The move is part of a strategy to disassociate Nokia from smartphones, which it hasn't made in around ten years.
In brief: For all the advanced, complicated ways that thieves can access the troves of sensitive data on our phones, the simplest method remains the most effective: discover a victim's passcode before physically stealing the handset. A number of these crimes have taken place recently with iPhone users being the main targets, leading to a response from Apple.
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A small step forward for the right to repair movement
TikTok says the ban "is misguided and based on fundamental misconceptions"
Games and social media apps are the worst offenders