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The latest version of Windows 10 lets you easily transfer photos and send text messages from your Android phone — here’s how to do it
Finally, Apple isn't the only ecosystem that lets you send text messages from your computer.
I’ve been traveling the world for 6 months, and these are the best apps for each country I couldn’t live without
Knowing which apps are most used when visiting a country can make your trip more efficient and seamless. I decided it would be fun to reveal the homegrown apps I used in each country I visited.
You've managed to get your hands on a new iPhone XS or XS Max, and now you want cool apps to run on it. To help you get started, the Tech Insider staff picked some of our favorite apps that show off the power of Apple's phone.
Uber passengers in Australia and New Zealand will get banned from the app if their rating drops below 4 stars
Uber riders in Australia and New Zealand with ratings under 4 stars are in danger of being kicked off the app, the company announced. The crackdown is set to begin September 19, but Uber says passengers at risk will be issued several warnings to improve their ratings.
YouTube updated its Apple TV app last week. But while the update fixed some issues, it also created a new problem that wasn't there before.
iOS 12 is almost here. Apple unveiled the newest iPhone and iPad software in June, but we're expecting the big update in September. Check out the most useful features coming soon.
More customers are downloading and using retailers' mobile apps than ever before. Retail apps allow for easy checkout with secure mobile pay options like Apple Pay, and they help the retailer develop a more intimate connection with the customer.
These are the most positively reviewed apps in the history of the Apple App Store — and the top result may surprise you
Apple's App Store has over 2 million apps, so it can be hard to find which ones are worth your time and which ones aren't. These are the top-rated apps.
The first app to get approved as birth control in Europe has now been green-lit in the US, despite controversy
Birth-control app Natural Cycles has been approved by the US FDA, shortly after it came under fire in Sweden when 37 women reported getting pregnant while using it. Using an algorithm, the app tells women when they have the highest and lowest chances of getting pregnant.
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