Plus: Disney’s India problem, and robots per capita
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We asked readers to settle the age-old debate: iPhone or Android, and why? The answers ranged from practical to philosophical.
With Right to Repair legislation, the government is looking to give consumers more options when repairing their devices.
Highlights from Apple’s latest Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Apple bet early on wearables… now it’s a $30B a year business that blows away the competition.
America has a long history of limited internet access for steep prices. 2021 may be the year of real progress.
The maker of the popular percussion massage Theragun just added serious names to its cap table, including Kevin Durant, Rihanna, James Harden, and Maria Sharapova.
The digital camera industry sold 120m+ units a decade ago. Last year, it sold 9m…
Pela Case created the world’s first sustainable phone case. With a mid-8 figure run rate, Pela has taken the model to other product verticals.
This year’s CES was virtual, but that didn’t stop it from dropping some crazy products.
AT&T and Verizon are likely bidding like crazy to catch up to T-Mobile on 5G spectrum.
Technology is facilitating direct giving, a potential threat to the $450B charity space.
Reddit says it has 52m daily active users, which is growing but still pales in comparison to Facebook and Twitter.
Apple’s new MacBook will run on its own chip. The move has been more than a decade in the making and leaves Intel out in the cold.
India is making headway into smartphone production...but has a long way to go.
Microsoft released its dual-screen foldable smartphone, which got us thinking… what’s the next big thing in “-able” tech?