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The Galaxy S22 is rumored to feature smaller displays for all three models, and that's a good thing.
The Tom's Guide Awards honor the best products in tech, home, fitness and more. Here's how to enter.
Thanks to on-device processing in iOS 15, Siri is getting a huge speed boost along with a lot of very cool new abilities.
iOS 15 has a ton of gee-whiz features, but the true standouts are better notifications, Focus and Maps.
WWDC 2021 has brought a ton of new software from Apple (though no new Macs, as had been rumored). We summarize all the big changes coming to the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch later this year.
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The new iPad Pro looks super powerful, but it's still not versatile enough to replace a MacBook Pro.
Apple's AirTag is super easy to set up and uses ultra wideband to precisely track lost items, but it could be louder.
The 16-inch MacBook Pro (2019) delivers a great new keyboard, epic battery life and impressive performance for a steep price.
Our Apple event live blog brings you all the big product announcements for iPad Pro 2021, the new iMac and more.
A new set of iPhone 13 renders shows a smaller notch, diagonal rear cameras and possibly dual front cameras.
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Tom Brady is launching a new NFT company this spring that sells digital collectibles, but it goes way beyond sports.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has shared his thoughts on how augmented reality will transform the way we hold conversations.
A new iPhone SE could finally ditch the 4.7-inch display for a 6.1-inch panel and punch hole design, but it may not be until 2023.