New iPhone Details Highlight Apple’s Failed Gamble – Forbes


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New iPhone Details Highlight Apple's Failed Gamble
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Apple's iPhone gamble for 2017 was the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus would maintain the momentum seen in previous iPhone launches as the iPhone X brought new technology to the smartphone space. Between them they would arrest the falling sales of the …
Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, announce iPhone X discounts ahead of launchAppleInsider (press release) (blog)


T-Mobile is offering $300 off an iPhone X if you trade in your current iPhoneThe Verge
Apple iPhone X: We'll soon know if Tim Cook's gamble paid offVentureBeat
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New iPhone Details Reinforce Apple’s Failed Gamble – Forbes


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New iPhone Details Reinforce Apple's Failed Gamble
Forbes
Apple's iPhone gamble was the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus would maintain the momentum of previous iPhone launches as the iPhone X brought new technology to the smartphone space. Between them they would arrest the falling sales of the iPhone and …
Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, announce iPhone X discounts ahead of launchAppleInsider (press release) (blog)


Apple's Jeff Williams Speaks About Artificial Intelligence and More at TSMC's 30th Anniversary CeremonyMac Rumors
T-Mobile is offering $300 off an iPhone X if you trade in your current iPhoneThe Verge
CNET –ZDNet –9to5Mac –Mashable
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Facebook downplays test banishing all Pages to buried Explore Feed – TechCrunch


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Facebook downplays test banishing all Pages to buried Explore Feed
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Facebook has caused a 60% to 80% drop in referral traffic to news outlets in six countries due to a test that removed Page posts from the News Feed and relocated them to a separate, hard-to-find Explore Feed. But now Facebook's VP of News Feed Adam …
Publishers might have to start paying Facebook if they want anyone to see their storiesRecode


Facebook tests splitting its News Feed into twoReuters
Facebook test splits news feed to highlight posts from friendsCNET
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Life insurer offers members a $25 Apple Watch (if they earn it) – Engadget


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Life insurer offers members a $25 Apple Watch (if they earn it)
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You might have heard of insurers discounting the Apple Watch before, but never quite like this. John Hancock is offering all its Vitality life insurance policy holders (including newcomers) an Apple Watch Series 3 for $25 so long as they use it and
Insurer Offers Apple Watch For $25…But With A CatchUbergizmo


Insurer John Hancock offers Apple Watch Series 3 for $25 – with regular exerciseAppleInsider (press release) (blog)
Review: Apple Watch Series 3 is not for fashionistas, but will delight wellness junkiesSouth China Morning Post
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Hip Hop Cop Says He Knows Who Killed Jam Master Jay

Retired NYPD officer and notorious “Hip Hop cop” Derrick Parker reveals on Vlad TV that he knows who murdered Jam Master Jay in cold blood and that the case will be solved in the very near future. Parker goes into the details that JMJ’s receptionist saw the famed DJ’s killers, but has refused to cooperate […]

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For Samsung, copying the iPhone was a massive gamble – and it paid off – BGR


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For Samsung, copying the iPhone was a massive gamble – and it paid off
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Samsung just scored a massive win against Apple in a patent war that seems like it will last forever. It obtained a retrial in one of the cases where Apple scored a significant victory back in 2012. Apple was awarded more than $1 billion in damages, in
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How and why you should set up Project Fi on the Pixel 2 – CNET


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How and why you should set up Project Fi on the Pixel 2
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Google's Pixel 2 ($649.99 at Best Buy) and Pixel 2 XL ($849.99 at Best Buy) are compatible with the company's cellular service, Project Fi. In fact, neither device even needs a Project Fi SIM card to activate service. Instead, Google included an eSIM
Google's latest iPhone rival off to a rocky startReuters


Google phone hit by 'burn in' problemsBBC News
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Now we know why Xbox One backward compatibility took so long – Ars Technica


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Now we know why Xbox One backward compatibility took so long
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This launch-day Xbox One could have supported Xbox 360 games from the get go, had a few things gone differently. Wired · reader comments 129. Share this story. Further Reading. Microsoft reverses controversial game licensing policies [Updated]. Anyone …
The Untold Story of Xbox One Backwards CompatibilityIGN


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