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Gmail’s Smart Compose goes live on iOS
Jun14

Gmail’s Smart Compose goes live on iOS

Finally, iPhone users can now use Smart Compose; a feature that was launched sometime last year on desktop, and not long after on Android. Smart Compose became instantly popular when launched on Google’s popular email service. It saves a lot of time when composing an email—allowing you to have more time for other things. Google first rolled out Smart Compose exclusively on Pixel 3; but later brought to Android phones. iOS users were...

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New Apple TV Channels app included in latest iOS update
May14

New Apple TV Channels app included in latest iOS update

Apple has updated its operating system for iPhones, iPads and Apple TV, including a new Apple Channels TV app. Apple Channels is the Cupertino-based tech giant’s new service for customers in more than 100 countries. Paid subscribers can gain access to premium networks such as HBO, Showtime, Starz, Epix, Smithsonian Channel, and Tastemade for a total of $97. Other premium channels, such as MTV Hits and CBS All-Access, will come before...

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Supreme Court okays proposed class action lawsuit against App Store monopoly
May13

Supreme Court okays proposed class action lawsuit against App Store monopoly

The US Supreme Court has given the go ahead for the proposed class action lawsuit against Apple’s App Store monopoly. By this decision, the apex court has upheld the ruling of the lower court’s decision for the class to go ahead. The plaintiffs according to VentureBeat, said Apple required apps to be sold through its App Store and extracted an excessive 30 percent on purchases. Consumers had taken the Cupertino-based tech giant to...

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Spotify’s antitrust complaint—EU set to investigate Apple
May06

Spotify’s antitrust complaint—EU set to investigate Apple

The Financial Times reports that the European Union is set to act upon a complaint filed by Spotify against Apple. Formal investigation is expected to be opened against Apple in the next couple of weeks following claims by the streaming company that the later uses its App Store to stifle innovation and restrict consumer choice in favor of its Apple Music service. The EU swung into action after the streaming service filed its complaint...

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Apple debuts a new credit card called “Apple Card”
Mar26

Apple debuts a new credit card called “Apple Card”

Apple has announced a new credit card that has all the features required to upset the current arrangements in the market. Among other features, Apple Card will have no CVV security code, no card number, no signature, and no expiry date—very interesting to say the least. At the company’s “show time” service event on Monday, the tech behemoth said its card will use machine learning and Apple Maps to label to label stores that you use in...

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Apple reveals new iPad Air and iPad mini, supports keyboard and Apple Pencil
Mar19

Apple reveals new iPad Air and iPad mini, supports keyboard and Apple Pencil

  Apple revealed a new iPad Air and iPad mini Monday, a week before unveiling its video streaming service. And the latest models now support keyboard and the Apple Pencil. This is the company’s first upgrade to its iPad mini since 2015. It brings popular iPad Pro features to the smaller models. The iPad Air costs $499, and the mini costs $399. Models with cellular connectivity costs $130 more. You can pre-order the new iPad Air...

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