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- Get your LG MWC 2017 liveblog hereComing to you live from Barcelona, we're delivering coverage of the LG MWC 2017 press event. Keep it locked here for all the news as it's announced at 12:00PM CET (6:00AM ET). We're expecting to finally meet the much-teased G6 in an official capacity...
- Augmented reality may save you from road rageWhen you're driving, it's all too easy to rage at fellow motorists who are either in a hurry or taking their sweet time. After all, you don't know the context. Are they in a real predicament, or just careless? If TUe researchers have their way, th...
- Get your LG MWC 2017 liveblog here
- Hiding From the Law Is Now Pretty Much ImpossibleCBS's new reality series 'Hunted' shows many of the ways investigators track people on the lam. The post Hiding From the Law Is Now Pretty Much Impossible appeared first on WIRED.
- The Internet Made ‘Fake News’ a Thing—Then Made It NothingAs an epithet that defines and dominates the current political moment, "fake news" has become as unstuck from fact—and as unstoppable—as any viral hoax. The post The Internet Made 'Fake News' a Thing—Then Made It Nothing appeared first on WIRED.
- Hiding From the Law Is Now Pretty Much Impossible
- Apple Says Third-Party iPhone Screen Repairs No Longer Fully Void Your WarrantyiPhones that have undergone any third-party screen repair now qualify for warranty coverage, as long as the issue being fixed does not relate to the display itself, according to an internal memo distributed by Apple today. MacRumors confirmed the memo's authenticity with multiple sources. Previously, an iPhone with a third-party display was not eligible for […]
- Apple Extended its MacBook Pro Anti-Reflective Coating Repair ProgramIf you purchased a 12-inch MacBook or MacBook Pro with Retina display and have experienced issues with the anti-reflective coating wearing off or delaminating, Apple will repair the notebook free of charge. Apple will replace Retina displays on eligible models purchased as far back as June 2012 until October 16, 2017, or within three years […]
- Apple Says Third-Party iPhone Screen Repairs No Longer Fully Void Your Warranty