As time begins to wear on a computer and it becomes slower and slower, the option that comes to mind is simply replacing it. But experts say instead of costly replacements there are steps people can take to ensure a faster and more-efficient machine.
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The new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus are made from aircraft-grade aluminum that will not bend like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus did under certain amounts of pressure.
Apple said on Monday it had sold more than 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Pluses during their first weekend of availability in 12 markets, setting a record for its marquee product.
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After Mark Zuckerberg's announcement on Tuesday that Facebook was developing a "dislike" button, the level of excitement has varied between the network's billion-plus users.
Amazon announced seven new devices — stepping up its hardware battle with Apple — including a new version of its Fire TV set-top with support for 4K Ultra HD video, a video-game model of the Fire TV and a $50 tablet.
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Apple releases the latest version of its iOS mobile operating system on Wednesday. iOS 9 was first announced in June and features a number of new iPad multitasking tools, predictive features and some welcome under-the-hood performance improvements.
Apple Inc's move to make ad-blocking software available on the iPhone is a double-barreled effort to boost the health of the so-called app economy, while undermining arch rival Google Inc, which dominates the $120 billion online advertising market.
Facebook will finally let its billion-plus users worldwide express displeasure or sadness about posts on the social service.