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The Week In iOS Accessories: The best of Bluetooth

This week's roundup includes several devices—headphones, speakers, and adapters—best used with Bluetooth.

The HUB and HUB mini

Stream high-res audio to as many as 10 devices without wires? Yes, please!

Hub by Ekko is the most intriguing multi-room audio system we've seen since Sonos, but it's a year or more from coming to market.

Eric Schmidt sees a huge future for machine learning

Machine learning will create a new computing architecture that can do things 'better than humans'

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Forensics expert says FBI to use NAND mirroring to crack terrorist's iPhone

An outside contractor with established ties to the FBI has most likely shown investigators how to circumvent the iPhone's security measures by copying the contents of the device's flash storage, a forensics expert said.

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Podcast 500: SE Stands for Super Exciting

Five hundred episodes young, we celebrate with special guests Cyrus Farivar, Jason Snell, and the Macalope.

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Google may release an iPhone keyboard with built-in search and GIFs

Google’s rumored iPhone keyboard may kick off the mobile keyboard wars.

Apple's latest iPhone and iPad reveals: Let's talk about what really happened

iPhone SE, 9.7-inch iPad Pro and more: Macworld's Susie Ochs, Oscar Raymundo and Jon Phillips dig deep into what Apple's latest announcements really mean.

Google kills the Chrome app launcher on Windows, Mac, and Linux

The Google Chrome app launcher is leaving Windows, Mac, and Linux.

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Third California jury trial in Apple-Samsung patent dispute postponed indefinitely

A third jury trial in a patent dispute between Samsung Electronics and Apple in a court in California has been postponed, pending a review by the Supreme Court of the principle for the award of damages for infringement of design patents.

PCWorld Show Episode 9: Apple's PC diss, Intel's tick-tock retirement, Microsoft's creepy AI

Gordon, Melissa, and Jon discuss the topics that got PCWorld fired up this week (and two of them just couldn't resist trolling Apple).

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The Week in Mac Apps: Two new apps for mind mapping

This week's roundup of new Mac apps features two tools for creating mind maps: Family Mind Map and BigHairyGoal.

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Every just-announced Apple accessory, including Watch bands, iPad Pro cases, adapters, and more

Apple announced several new accessories during their spring event on Monday—and quietly launched others in the Apple Store with no fanfare. Here's what's new for the iPhone SE, iPad Pro, and Apple Watch.

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How to connect an old Power Macintosh G3 (and other vintage Macs) to the Internet

Boot a Mac today, and it will be seconds before you’re connected. Boot a vintage Mac, though, and the same is unlikely to be true.

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Smaller iPad Pro can use Microsoft Office for free, while larger iPad can't

If you own a larger iPad Pro, Microsoft will require you to pay for an Office 365 subscription. But Microsoft's licensing loophole exempts the new, smaller tablet.

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How iAd’s closure proves Apple’s commitment to privacy

Even before the FBI fight, Apple had a privacy team in place to examine all products.

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watchOS 2.2 now available, supports multiple Apple Watches on a single iPhone

Apple also updated Maps, added more languages, and update the security content.

What the iPhone SE means for the future of Apple design

The 4-inch iPhone SE marks the first time Apple has created a product based on customer feedback.

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Everything that Apple announced on March 21

Catch up on everything right here: The iPhone SE, 9.7-inch iPad Pro, new Apple Watch bands, even the FBI case.

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Apple: FBI’s surprise postponement of court hearing is a ‘bolt from the blue’

The FBI now says it doesn't need any help from Apple to get into the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone—shocking Apple, and raising a lot of new questions.