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Market sharing: These predictions are useless

Market share predictions are almost always wrong but analysts keep making them anyway.

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Pondering a name change for OS X

What's in a name? For Apple, maybe something a little different than we're used to.


Don’t be not Apple: It’s the right thing to do

In an alternate reality, Apple is evil. Do not buy products from alternate reality Apple.


You got surveyed: Apple up, Samsung down

What does it all mean? Not much.

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The iPad's big moment

Apple's dug itself into a hole with the iPad, but now is the time to change everything (again).

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Ashley Madison disclosure shows paper-thin privacy

The membership data for a site that advertised itself as catering to cheating married people has been disclosed, shredding some last vestige of online confidentiality.


Un-special K: Another non-iPhone killer

Once more unto the breach, or close up the wall with our Android dead.

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Copying Apple Watch won’t make Samsung’s Gear S2 any better (or worse)

Welcome to the imitation game. Everyone's a player.

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Does the iPad have a future?

iPad fans and iPad haters have one thing in common: They aren't buying a whole lot of iPads at the moment.


Re-seeing the light: All is forgiven, Microsoft!

Windows 10 is not as eye-bleedingly bad as previous versions, so all hail Microsoft!

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To fix iTunes, Apple should revisit iSync, an app that actually worked

Even before Bluetooth came along, syncing cell phones and PDAs to your Mac was a piece of cake, thanks to iSync.

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How T-Mobile's pricing is pushing AT&T and Verizon in a race to the bottom

In the wake of T-Mobile's aggressive, expansive plans, AT&T is the latest carrier to blink. But wait: Prices will drop much more.


Against the CurrentC: The Apple Pay rival’s continued false start

A funny thing happened on the way to killing Apple Pay.