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Epic says in latest court document: "Apple is a monopolist and a liar"

From the beginning of the current court battle between Fortnite game developer Epic and Apple, Epic has tried to get Judge Gonzalez Rogers to make a ruling that the terms and conditions that forces app developers to follow are illegal. We are talking about the in-app payment system; Apple does not allow developers with apps listed in the App Store...

Issues with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G and other high-end-models are frustrating users

, some of the phones in Samsung's 2019-2020 flagship lineup are experiencing issues with the indicator that shows how much battery life remains on these models. The particular phones affected include those in the Galaxy S10 and S20 families and the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 20 lines. There are two major problems affecting these phones. One is that the...

The next "Moore's Law" could explain why NVIDIA wants ARM Holdings so badly

You probably have heard the name Intel before, but you might not be familiar with the name of Gordon Moore. The latter is the co-founder of Intel and is reportedly worth a cool $12 billion. But what Moore is known for is an observation that he made in the 1960s. He noticed that transistor densities doubled every other year which gave chip makers something...

iPhone 12 will be more expensive than the iPhone 11, bill of materials suggests

It was previously rumored that the would , $50 less than the iPhone 11. While the prospect was exciting, it did sound a bit unbelievable. After all, the upcoming models will have new tricks up their sleeves, and upgrades usually lead to an increase in price.Shortly afterwards, a claiming that the starting price could be anywhere between $699 and $749...

Trump claims to have a deal in concept with Oracle, Walmart, and TikTok

that this afternoon, U.S. President Donald Trump told reporters gathering to see him off to a campaign rally, that he has approved "in concept" Oracle's bid for the U.S. operations of TikTok. The short-form video app, owned by China's ByteDance, has been accused by the Trump administration of being a national security threat because it could pass along...

Patent filing points towards a Samsung-made ToF sensor for the Galaxy S21 (S30)

 replaced Galaxy S20 Ultra's , which is its name for Time of Flight (ToF) sensors, with a  on the Galaxy Note 20. Various leaks had suggested the will follow suit. A recent trademark filing spotted by suggests otherwise.The chaebol apparently had a couple of reasons for removing the camera from the Note 20 series. Firstly, the company seemingly doesn't...

Pricing move made Tuesday by Apple indicates strong demand for this product

Some will tell you that Apple is a master at designing products, making them all sleek and shiny until your brain can't take it anymore and you need to buy them. After watching and analyzing last week's "Time Flies" virtual product event, that Apple is, in his own words, "master of the upsell." So what is upselling? Glad you asked. , "Upselling is...

Does the Apple Watch SE have an Always On display?

The are now , and while the comes with the new S6 dual-core processor, a , ECG monitoring, , and Watch Series 5's always on display, the Watch SE doesn't have any of these features. Instead, it is powered by  S5 chip and only shares essential features with the Series 6, such as an accelerometer, gyroscope, always-on altimeter, fall detection, sleep...

Lawsuit accuses Facebook and Instagram of spying on users via smartphone cameras

Facebook is being sued for allegedly spying on Instagram users through the unauthorized use of a mobile camera on a handset. During July, there was talk that Instagram was accessing cameras on iPhone models even when the camera wasn't actually being used. Facebook denied that it was using iPhone cameras to spy on Instagram users and instead it blamed...

AT&T's plan to offer subsidized cell service may not get off the ground floor; here's why

Earlier this week, AT&T CEO John Stankey said that . The CEO partially explained how this would work when he said, "I believe there’s a segment of our customer base where given a choice, they would take some load of advertising for a $5 or $10 reduction in their mobile bill." But there is a strong possibility that this plan never gets off the ground.,...

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