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This Week in Apps: Apple Arcade updates, TikTok distances itself from China, Kardashians send shady app to No. 1

This Week in Apps: Apple Arcade updates, TikTok distances itself from China, Kardashians send shady app to No. 1 Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the Extra Crunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support and the money that flows through it all. What are developers talking […]

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Pixpay is a challenger bank for teens focused on pocket money

Pixpay is a challenger bank for teens focused on pocket money Meet Pixpay, a French startup that wants to replace cash when you’re handing out pocket money to your kids. Anybody who is older than 10 years old can create a Pixpay account, get a debit card and manage pocket money. Challenger […]

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The Samsung Galaxy Fold is headed to Canada, with in-store pre-orders starting today

The Samsung Galaxy Fold is headed to Canada, with in-store pre-orders starting today The Samsung Galaxy Fold is a very unique smartphone, in more ways than one. The most obvious differentiator is that it folds out to expose a large, continuous 7.3″ display, hiding the seam thanks to a flexible OLED screen. […]

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Revolut supports direct debits in the UK

Revolut supports direct debits in the UK Fintech startup Revolut is adding a key feature for users who want to replace their traditional bank account altogether. You can now pay with GBP direct debits. Revolut already added EUR direct debits last year. While most people use cards to pay for goods and […]

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Android’s Ambient Mode will soon come to ‘select devices’

Android’s Ambient Mode will soon come to ‘select devices’ You’ve probably heard murmurs about Google’s forthcoming Ambient Mode for Android . The company first announced this feature, which essentially turns an Android device into a smart display while it’s charging, in September. Now, in a Twitter post, Google confirmed that it will […]

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New smartphone figures highlight continued struggles to grow market

New smartphone figures highlight continued struggles to grow market In some corners, the smartphone market is showing its first signs of life in some time. Recent figures from Canalys indicate a small but notable uptick in the European market as shipments grew 3%, year-over-year in Q3. The analyst firm put global growth […]

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European smartphone shipments grew in Q3, driven by Samsung

European smartphone shipments grew in Q3, driven by Samsung Europe bucked global smartphone stagnation in the third quarter, marking an 8% year over year growth in device shipments. That number, provided by Canalys, puts the region at the top of smartphone growth figures, beating out Asia/Pacific’s six percent. Once again, Samsung was […]

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More than 1 million T-Mobile customers exposed by breach

More than 1 million T-Mobile customers exposed by breach T-Mobile has confirmed a data breach affecting more than a million of its customers, whose personal data (but no financial or password data) was exposed to a malicious actor. The company alerted the affected customers but did not provide many details in its […]

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Facebook prototypes Favorites for close friends microsharing

Facebook prototypes Favorites for close friends microsharing Facebook is building its own version of Instagram Close Friends, the company confirms to TechCrunch. There’s a lot people that don’t share on Facebook because it can feel risky or awkward since its definition of “friends” has swelled to include family, work colleagues, and distant […]

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Camp Grounded Digital Detox returns after founder’s death

Camp Grounded Digital Detox returns after founder’s death Summer camp for adults and beloved tech-free weekend getaway Camp Grounded ground to a halt in 2017. Its big-hearted founder Levi Felix who’d espoused the joys of trading screens for nature walks was tragically killed by brain cancer at just age 32. Left in […]

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