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I Wish This iPhone Flash Drive Worked Better

I have no idea why Apple still sells iPhones and iPads that have only 16GB of storage. But wouldn’t it be great if you could just plug in a flash drive that added more? The SanDisk iXpand wants to be that drive. Sadly, it’s not.


Choosing The Right Tablet For You: Android, Apple And Windows

Gizmodo Video Guide: There’s a proverbial sea of choice when it comes to choosing a new tablet, and it can all be a bit overwhelming at times. In this beginner’s video guide we introduce the three main tablet operating systems you’ll find in stores and check out some of the key points of difference.


Apple Must Face Lawsuit Over Disappearing iMessages After All

When Adrienne Moore switched from an iPhone 4 to a Samsung Galaxy S5, her messages from Apple users started going missing. This isn’t unusual; iMessage purgatory became such an issue that Apple recently released a quiet fix. But Apple wasn’t quick enough: A judge decided this week that Apple must face Moore’s lawsuit.


Apple's Setting Up Shop In The UK To Make Maps

I’m sure there are some benefits in being based in Cupertino, California. But in an effort to build its international presence beyond its home base, Apple is looking to establish a new research and development centre in Cambridge, England.


Ben Heck Shows You How To Build An Apple-1 Replica From Scratch

Few of us have the $905,000 needed to purchase one of the remaining original Apple-1 computers that Steve Wozniak built in Steve Jobs’s garage, but modder-extraordinaire Ben Heck has the next best thing: a new three-part series of tutorial videos showing you how to build a fully functional Apple-1 replica from scratch.


Yosemite Maimed My Older MacBook. How's It Working For You?

My 15-inch MacBook Pro is the most expensive thing I own. I’ve used it every day, often for well over eight hours, since January 2011, except the two weeks I went to Ecuador last summer when I left it at home (and felt moderate to severe separation anxiety). I love this thing as much as a human can love a laptop. And it does not love OS X Yosemite.


How Turn Off iMessage After Switching Away From The iPhone

If you’ve ever switched from an iPhone to an Android phone or to absolutely any other phone at all, you know that getting your phone number out of the infuriating black hole of dead iMessage numbers can be hell. At long last, Apple has heard our prayers (and hours upon hours of customer service calls) — and released an online tool that makes the whole process as simple as it should have been all along.


Apple iMac With Retina 5k Display: Australian Review

Hey, Apple. How’d you fit… all that stuff… in dem screens?! Poorly appropriated pop song lyrics aside, Apple’s 5K iMac is bafflingly good. So good that Apple is going to have to pry this review unit from my cold, dead hands.


Broke Ex-Apple Sapphire Supplier Says Apple Pulled A Bait-and-Switch

When Apple and GT Technologies first struck a deal for GT to produce sapphire for Apple’s products, GT announced the deal with excitement. Now that GT has filed for bankruptcy, the company is painting the deal in very a different light. GT COO David Squiller condemned Apple for pulling a “bait and switch” resulting in “an onerous and massively one-sided deal.”


The First Beats Headphones Under Apple Might Just Be Wireless Solo2s

According to a FCC filing uncovered by 9to5Mac, we’ll soon be getting our eyes on the first Beats headphones produced under new ownership. Those hoping for a new product line will be a little disappointed: it looks like business as usual for Dr Dre, with a wireless version of the Solo2s.


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