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CNET NewsJul 12, 2020
iPhone SE vs. iPhone 11: The features and upgrades you get from spending an extra $300 - CNET
Apple's new iPhone SE is $300 cheaper than the baseline iPhone 11. Here's exactly what you get by spending almost double.

iPhone 11 vs. Pro vs. Pro Max: Specs and features that make the biggest difference - CNET (CNET News)
iPhone User Sues Microsoft's LinkedIn For Spying Through Apple's 'Clipboard' (SlashDot)

CNET How ToJul 12, 2020
Dark mode is coming to Google Docs, Sheets, Slides for Android. How to turn it on - CNET
The new setting has started rolling out, so you might not see it on your Android phone right away.

ResearchBuzzJul 12, 2020
Facebook, Amazon Fire, YouTube, More: Sunday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, July 12, 2020
TWEAKS AND UPDATES TechCrunch: Facebook code change caused outage for Spotify, Pinterest and Waze apps. "If you're an iPhone user, odds are fairly good you spent a frustrating portion of the morning […]

PC World Latest NewsJul 12, 2020
Ubisoft Forward shows off Far Cry 6, Watch Dogs Legion, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and Hyper Scape
We are now more than a month past the point when E3 2020 would've ended. But Fake E3? That's eternal. It lives in your heart, in your soul, and on your television. (Or maybe your phone?)

Today we finally reached the "1PM Monday Afternoon" slot, a.k.a. Ubisoft. Much of what Ubisoft showed at its faux-press conference, we already knew about—Watch Dogs Legion, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and the recently leaked Far Cry 6. But hey, they managed to keep Tom Clancy's Elite Squad under wraps (for what that's worth), and the Assassin's Creed footage looked pretty neat.

There weren't many announcements, but you'll find a full recap of all today's trailers below. And don't worry, we're almost out of the woods. Microsoft's event takes place on July 23 and I'm pretty sure that's the end of Fake E3—just in time for Fake Gamescom!

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CNET NewsJul 12, 2020
iPhone 11 vs. Galaxy S20: Apple and Samsung's latest flagship phones compared - CNET
These are the starting points for Apple and Samsung's marquee phone lines. Here's how to figure out which one is right for you.

CNET How ToJul 12, 2020
Watching Hamilton tonight? Try using this simple Disney Plus setting - CNET
If you didn't hear every word in the Hamilton musical, a simple tool baked into Disney Plus for your TV, web and phone will do the trick.

You can still stream Hamilton on Disney Plus, but there is no free trial offer. How to watch - CNET (CNET How To)
You can stream Hamilton on Disney Plus, but there is no free trial offer. How to watch - CNET (CNET How To)

CNET NewsJul 12, 2020
iPhone SE vs. refurbished iPhone X: A new phone is actually the better value - CNET
Apple sells the iPhone X refurbished for $599. But is its 2017 flagship better than its new budget iPhone SE?

CNET NewsJul 12, 2020
iPhone 11 vs. iPhone XS: The age-old question of whether it's time to upgrade - CNET
The iPhone XS may have launched in 2018, but here's why it's not time yet to upgrade to the newer iPhone 11.

Mac RumorsJul 11, 2020
Foxconn to Invest $1 Billion in India Amid Strong Push From Apple
Apple supplier Foxconn plans to invest $1 billion in India to expand a factory that assembles iPhones, reports Reuters.

Mac RumorsJul 09, 2020
Epic's 'Live Link Face' Leverages ARKit and iPhone's TrueDepth Camera for Real-Time Facial Animation
Epic Games has launched a new iOS app, Live Link Face, that lets creators using the company's Unreal Engine game engine leverage Apple's ARKit platform and the iPhone's TrueDepth camera to capture and stream facial expressions for real-time rendering (via The Verge).

CNET How ToJul 09, 2020
5 iPhone 11 camera tricks that will make you a better phone photographer - CNET
How to use zoom, night mode and Deep Fusion best when snapping your next photo on an iPhone 11, 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max.

Fox Technology newsJul 05, 2020
10 new iPhone tricks you'll use all the time
Yes, your iPhone came with a user guide and there a ton of how-to videos on Apple's site and YouTube. But who has the time? You've come to the right place.

PC World Latest NewsJun 25, 2020
How iOS 14 stole features from Android—and made them so much better
On Monday Apple unveiled iOS 14—and if you're an Android user, the "new" OS might have looked a little familiar.

The latest upgrade to the iPhone operating system, due to release this fall, promises improvements including a new home screen, smarter navigation, faster apps, and a fresh coat of paint on everything. And it's clear that many of the best features are inspired, influenced, or just plain swiped from Android, from the new default email and browser apps to the picture-in-picture for videos. You can plainly see the influence on the new compact view for Siri and incoming calls, cycling directions in Maps, even the new home screen widgets.

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