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iPhone and Services shine in a fairly flat quarter.
Get ready for some naming confusing as Apple drives forward with even more products.
Published leaks imply that Microsoft is close to releasing a version of its Bing search engine that uses an AI chatbot, probably powered by ChatGPT, to provide results.
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The latest breach in November was already pretty bad — turns out it was much worse.
Microsoft's balance sheet from the first quarter of 2022 tells a familiar tale: cloud revenues up, PCs struggle. But this time, PCs are really, really, suffering, as is Surface.
Microsoft has posted notifications on its digital download pages for Windows 10 Home, Pro, and Workstation stating that it will stop selling Windows 10 licences at the end of January.
Lightweight glasses are now on hold, according to a new report, with Apple's focus shifting to a lower-cost version of the imminent mixed-reality headset.
The Home app architecture upgrade is coming back.
Analyst firms Gartner and IDC reported that PC sales plunged, thanks to inflation and demand that had already been satisfied in the years before.
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