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The Google Plays Store has a problem, with more Android apps abandoned in the last six months than those updated.
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Apple is preparing to move a significant portion of its iPhone manufacturing to India as it tries to lessen its reliance on China.
Google is planning on releasing the Pixel 7 in India, marking the first time the company has released a flagship phone there in several years.
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The popular Dark Sky weather app will stop working December 31, 2022, after Apple bought it and incorporated it into its own weather app.
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The European Union has upheld a record fine against Google for abusing its dominance in the smartphone market.
Zoom may be ready to move beyond video calling and collaboration, with possible plans to introduce email and calendar tools.
The US Commerce Department is teaming up with Google to develop chips for researchers and tech startups.