|March 9, 2020|
iPhone 12 rumors: New release date, specs, colors, screen sizes, and 5G predictions: Here are the standout rumors about the upcoming iPhone 12, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max.
Apple says it’s now OK to use disinfectant wipes to clean your iPhone: Apple now says it’s OK to use Clorox Disinfecting Wipes and other disinfectants to clean your iPhone and other Apple gadgets.
Apple watchOS 7 features leak: sleep tracking, watchface sharing, and more: Apple appears to be readying some big changes to watchOS 7
Industry Market Watch
The coronavirus impact: Here’s how COVID-19 has affected the tech industry: The global tech industry is being rattled by the virus, as conferences are canceled and Apple and Microsoft warn investors.
As stocks continue to tumble, what’s ahead for startups?: Everything that trades is down, and sentiment is in the toilet. Even Robinhood is undertaking its ritual downtime. What does this mean for startups?
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Gadgets & Gizmos
Smartphone-hating engineer creates mobile device with rotary dialer: A space engineer who hates today’s gadgets has taken a stand against texting by building a handset that combines old with new.
New Google Assistant feature turns the internet into one giant audiobook: A new Google Assistant feature is capable of reading web pages out loud in 42 languages,
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