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Apple is buying cobalt for iPhone batteries before Tesla takes it all

February 21st, 2018

According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple is in talks with mining companies to secure long-term supplies of cobalt, a key element in the lithium-ion batteries that power virtually every gadget the company makes. Apple doesn’t make its own batteries (yet), so buying up the raw materials is an unusual step for the company. But it’s …

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Thanks to the iPhone X, Apple is beating Samsung in its own backyard

February 20th, 2018

While Apple has successfully beaten Samsung in the worldwide flagship smartphone market for years, there’s always been one country that was impossible to crack: South Korea. Samsung is such a big part of the country — the company’s revenues make up about 17% of South Korea’s total GDP — that it’s always been difficult to …

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The US’s leading Bitcoin exchange is draining tens of thousands of dollars from users’ bank accounts

February 15th, 2018

Coinbase, the leading US crypto-currency exchange, has a problem. According to dozens of reports on Reddit and Twitter, the company has been making repeated unauthorized charges to some users’ bank accounts, totaling tens of thousands of dollars in some cases. The company confirmed the issue in a statement on Reddit, saying “we can confirm that the …

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Warren Buffett’s longtime sidekick says Bitcoin is ‘noxious poison’

February 14th, 2018

Bitcoin’s surge to fame and fortune this year has forced the question of whether cryptocurrencies are viable out of Reddit threads and into the world of mainstream finance. It’s become the most-asked question of any serious investor or analyst, and the opinions range from “this might be interesting” to something a lot less polite. As …

2017 was a great year for T-Mobile, but things are only just getting started

February 13th, 2018

Last week, T-Mobile reported its results for the last quarter of 2017. Headlining the generally-excellent news was T-Mobile’s subscriber figures, which shows the company added 891,000 postpaid customers in Q4 2017, while keeping “churn” — the turnover of customers, where lower is better — to a Q4 record of just 1.18%. With strong numbers like …

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Yep, the Essential Phone was a total failure

February 12th, 2018

When the Essential Phone was first announced, it brought hope that someone might break Samsung’s death-hold on the premium Android phone market. After all, here was a company with Apple-esque design skills, the leadership of the founder of Android, and the selling power of Amazon. But thanks to tepid demand and endless delays, the Essential …

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Viacom will launch its own streaming service as everyone ditches cable

February 11th, 2018

If you thought the rapid demise of cable bundles was going to mean simpler TV packages and cheaper entertainment, Viacom has some bad news for you. The network, which owns channels like Comedy Central, MTV, and Nickelodeon, has announced that it will launch its own direct-to-consumer streaming service by September 2018, complete with “tens of …

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Uber has settled its Waymo lawsuit in the middle of the jury trial

February 9th, 2018

Uber has settled its lawsuit with Waymo over driverless car secrets, Bloomberg News reports. The two companies were in the midst of a jury trial in court, which had been hearing evidence all week. In the case, Uber was accused of stealing Waymo trade secrets relating to driverless car hardware, via its acquisition of Otto, …