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Apple retires the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle

Back in 2014, Apple quietly removed the iPod Classic from its store, signalling the first step in retiring the iPod range. Now three years later, Apple is back again, killing off the last two standalone music players in the iPod range- the iPod Nano and the iPod Shuffle. The iPod …

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Mega-leak shows off Google Pixel XL 2 specs

After Google debuted its well-received Pixel line-up, eyes shot forward to see what the company has next in store. After a quiet front on what the sequel to the Pixel might be, a mega-leak might have just uncovered key details on the Pixel XL 2, including a first glimpse. Android …

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Microsoft waves goodbye to Windows Phone 8.1

Microsoft has had a difficult run with its Windows Phones, originally promising to become a third true mobile ecosystem but instead finding it difficult to gain support from developers. Today, the company is admitting defeat, killing off support for Windows Phone 8.1. AdDuplex estimates that only 20 percent of Windows …

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There is a KFC smartphone on the way

As someone who reports on the smartphone world regularly, surprises have become increasingly hard to come by. However, I can safely say that I did not expect to come across a KFC-branded smartphone today, this week, or ever. In partnership with Huawei, this week the KFC smartphone launched in China. …

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