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Autocorrect Is For Cowards

Once you open your mind to the possibilities that a life without autocorrect brings, I promise you won’t miss the safety net.


It Is Currently Impossible to Exchange Money for an iPhone

The iPhone 11 Pro is sold out in stores all over the country and Apple store workers don't know when they're getting more shipments.


Human Rights Activist Allegedly Targeted With NSO Malware Says His Life Is ‘Hellish’

Amnesty International details attacks against two Moroccan human rights activists allegedly carried out with NSO Group’s spyware.


How a 14-Year-Old Designer Became Part of Apple's Splashy New Gaming Service

After being picked by Apple to attend the company's developer conference, he was given a chance to pitch them—and seized the moment.


Legit-Looking iPhone Lightning Cables That Hack You Will Be Mass Produced and Sold

Their creation has been successfully fully outsourced to a factory, the security researcher behind the cables said.


DaBaby and Nicki Minaj's 'iPHONE' Will Help You Clean Up Your Love Life

The 'KIRK' track offers some sage advice.


'What the Golf' Is WarioWare With Frickin' Golf Clubs

It may technically be a "golf game," but 'What the Golf' does not care what you think it is. 'What the Golf' does what it wants, and it's one of this year's funniest games.


Apple Arcade Promises Games Anywhere and on Any Device. It (Mostly) Works.

It's not a seamless transition from an iPhone to an Apple TV, or from a touch-based interface to a controller. And cloud saves are a problem.


It’s Hard to Use Apple Arcade Without Wondering How Developers Will Be Paid

If “engagement” and “time spent” are the metrics of success, won’t that just lead people to make games that encourage it?


'Grindstone' Is a Perfect Puzzler to Showcase Apple Arcade's Promise

In another world, 'Grindstone' is a cool idea undercut by frustrating and intrusive microtransactions. Here, you're allowed to focus on the game. What a concept!


How Google Changed the Secretive Market for the Most Dangerous Hacks in the World

For five years, Google has funded Project Zero, a team of hackers with the sole mission of finding bugs in whatever software they wanted to research, be it Google’s or somebody else’s. Are they making the internet safer?


Apple Is Pushing a 'Birth Control' App That Has Led to Unwanted Pregnancies

The Natural Cycles app, which is features in Apple's own "Health" app, relies on a birth control practice that's far less effective than other common methods.