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Apple beat Wall Street’s Q3 2017 revenue forecasts and analyst share price expectations. It looks like the tri-buy of iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods made it happen. Apple is having a very good 2017 so far, with Tim Cook explaining why yesterday during Apple’s Q3 2017 earnings call. According to TechCrunch, Wall Street forecast that Apple’s revenue would reach $44.89
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Most homes aren’t limited to a single internet-connected device anymore. The whole family is spread over laptops, tablets, and smartphones, and all of them are potentially at risk for the worst kinds of malware. So when it comes time to invest in an internet security suite, it only makes sense to protect everything. And now for a limited time, you
You won’t be able to buy a Varjo headset any time soon, but it promises resolutions 70 times greater than what current virtual reality headsets offer. The grainy resolution of current virtual reality headsets—even powerful ones like the Oculus Rift—isn’t likely to impress people used to watching an HDTV, let alone a 4K set. To change that, a Finnish startup
Amazon’s new rewards program offers 2 percent back every time you add funds to your Amazon.com Gift Card Balance using your checking account. Amazon Prime members have a new way to save. With Amazon Reload, Prime shoppers can get 2 percent back—up to $196 per day—every time they add funds to an Amazon.com Gift Card Balance using a checking account.
The latest figures show that 60 percent of passwords are being shared and nobody seems to care it’s happening. Why pay for cable TV when services such as Netflix and Amazon Video offer most of the shows you want to watch ad-free for not very much money? That’s a question many Americans are asking and answering by dumping cable subscriptions