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The Week in iPhone Cases: The thinnest, lightest cases you can buy

This week's roundup of new iPhone cases is all about slim, with great new picks from Spigen, Ty-Lite, and more.


Headline doom: The iPhone’s success dooms Apple

People love their iPhones so naturally Apple is in big trouble.

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Don't give open hotspots a security pass

Comcast offers iOS profiles and AT&T automatically connects your phone. Is that safe? A new hotspot standard will help.

The coolest cases, battery packs, and other iOS accessories at CES

Lots of new toys—er, accessories—on display at this week's Consumer Electronics Show. Here are a few that caught our eye.

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The Week in iOS Apps: Can Microsoft take a better selfie?

This week's roundup includes Microsoft Selfie, which promises to make you look better than those other apps can. Read on!


Biz Stone's Q&A app Jelly to be reborn as Q&A app, only better

If at first you don't succeed, try an un-pivot. That's Jelly co-founder Biz Stone's approach in the hopes his team can rejuvenate the Q&A service.

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Asus Router app lets you manage your network from your pocket

Asus's Router app for Android and iOS is one network management utility you can actually get excited about.

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The Week in iOS Accessories: Virtual reality rules

This week's roundup includes several different accessories for virtual reality fans—one device for consuming, another for creating. Read on!

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An iPhone that can 'feel' your pain? Apple's latest acquisition could make it happen

Apple has reportedly acquired AI startup Emotient, meaning one day your iPhone may one day be able to "read" your facial expressions.

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Vidyo gets pulled from the App Store because iOS screen recording is banned

The screen recorder also simulated AirPlay mirroring, which is another no-no.

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Why supply chain rumors don't necessarily mean bad news for the iPhone

The WSJ says Apple has reduced iPhone orders from its suppliers. Even if that's true, it doesn't automatically mean the iPhone is doomed.

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App developer Circus Ponies calls it quits

The makers of the popular NoteBook note-taking app for iOS and OS X abruptly closed up shop this week.

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Apple touts App Store's holiday season, impact on job creation

Apple says the App Store recently had its biggest holiday season ever and iOS development is now responsible for 1.4 million jobs in the U.S.


Ringly review: The smart ring that could be sexier

This smart notification ring is cool, but it’s not something you’d buy for style alone.

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How Apple can take on Android from the inside

Android has the market share, and Google knows web services. But Apple shines at integration and great software experiences, and it's time to bring that magic to the Google Play Store.