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Robocallers are now targeting businesses. Is there any way to keep them out?

Businesses don’t have the luxury of ignoring calls from unknown sources. But there are measures they can take to limit the risk.

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How (and why) Openreach deployed 30,000 iPhones to its engineers

Colin Lees, CTIO at Openreach, a UK internet infrastructure company, explained why the company decided to outfit 30,000 engineers with Apple iPhones.

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Apple fails to innovate the new future workplace

Insisting on an in-office presence for employees means Apple is not working hard enough to reinvent the future of work.

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The best buried Android 13 treasures

Google Pixel owners, listen up: You won't want to miss these out-of-sight Android 13 gems.

How to block spam texts and robocalls for good

Robocalls are out of control despite the best efforts of commercial firms and government agencies. Here are some steps you can take to thwart them.

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What Apple’s Freeform collaboration app offers remote teams

Freeform is an upcoming collaboration tool for Mac, iPad, and iPhone that Apple says will give remote teams a limitless virtual whiteboard within which to work.

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10 out-of-sight Google Pixel settings worth surfacing

These tucked-away options will make your Pixel experience more pleasant and powerful — and they'll take you all of 20 seconds apiece to adjust.

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Apple builds slowly, thinks laterally, knows its customers

As development of the first-generation of its next platform, AR glasses, inches to a close, Apple’s innovation engine turns to content.

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Has Apple invented one ring to rule them all?

Apple may have patented a smart ring to help make the multiverse a productive space.

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7 Gboard settings that'll supercharge your Android typing

These easy-to-apply Gboard adjustments will help you fly around your Android phone's keyboard like a total typing pro.

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If you've ever worked remotely, you likely want to keep it that way

Most people who have worked remotely at least some of the time do indeed prefer to do so in future, Deloitte explains.

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Banks face a WhatsApp reckoning as regulators clamp down on messaging apps

Financial institutions are being hit with millions of dollars in fines from regulators concerned about the use of messaging apps. That's forcing the financial firms to shift gears to deal with the issue.

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Jamf's Q2 earnings show customers up 34%, devices up 22.4%

The Apple-in-the-enterprise solutions provider also confirms large-scale new customer wins as businesses migrate to Apple.

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Apple’s Stage Manager fluffs lines, extends rehearsal

Apple plans to introduce iPadOS 16 near the introduction of macOS Ventura to make time to get Stage Manager right. It also makes more sense to update the iPad with the Mac.

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The awkward thing about Android 13

Google's latest and greatest Android software isn't quite what it seems on the surface.

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Can Apple's ops team handle this fresh crisis?

I suspect Apple’s operations teams is really feeling the pressure as tensions flare in the Taiwan Straits.

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Is it bad to give employees too many tech options?

When it comes to technology, offering "employee choice" can help attract new employees and keep current workers happy. But is there a downside to offering too much choice?

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You are the product, but with an Apple twist

Apple's services seem to be attracting five new subscribers every single second of the day.

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