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Recent articles by Ian:

Apple might delay next big iPhone launch due to coronavirus, report says

The tech giant typically launches new iPhones in the fall. But the coronavirus may force it to change plans. → Read More

Apple expects to begin reopening retail stores by mid-April, report says

The iPhone maker closed its stores around the globe in response to the coronavirus. → Read More

Apple expanding App Store to 20 more countries, including Afghanistan and Iraq

The tech giant is still expanding its iPhone and iPad download service more than a decade after launch. → Read More

Microsoft can filter out the sound of you eating potato chips on a conference call

The software giant's trained artificial intelligence software to identify background noise that isn't your voice. Snackers, rejoice. → Read More

Microsoft's Teams hits 44M daily users amid coronavirus self-isolation

The software giant's rival to Slack tallies 12 million new users in the past week as people are forced to work and study from home. → Read More

Microsoft expands past HoloLens for Teams

The software giant partners with another headset maker, RealWear, to bring its Teams software to even more headset users. → Read More

PS5 and Xbox Series X are cool, but show me the games

Commentary: We're in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. Can you just show us the games please? → Read More

Hackers target US health agency during coronavirus crisis

The US Health and Human Services Department was attacked over the weekend, according to multiple reports, as coronavirus continues to spread. → Read More

Apple, Google, Amazon block nonofficial coronavirus apps from app stores

Apple and Amazon are only accepting COVID-19 and coronavirus-related apps from "recognized entities," Google is pointing people toward the WHO's website. → Read More

Coronavirus has a lot of people playing Fortnite and watching Twitch

People are turning to the hit video game and streaming service as an escape amid the pandemic. → Read More

Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian bought Times Square billboards about coronavirus

He wants people to avoid spreading coronavirus too quickly, and he's using the hashtag #FlattenTheCurve to do it. → Read More

Apple bans non-official coronavirus apps from its App Store

The iPhone maker says it will only accept COVID-19 and coronavirus-related apps from "recognized entities." → Read More

Coronavirus lockdown in Italy has a lot of people playing Fortnite

People are turning to the hit video game as an escape amid the pandemic. → Read More

Italy's coronavirus lockdown has a lot of people playing Fortnite

People are turning to the hit video game as an escape amid the global pandemic. → Read More

E3 canceled: Here's what Microsoft, Ubisoft and others are doing

Companies are still planning to announce new games and consoles through online streams. → Read More

Microsoft to stream a talk on Xbox Series X and project xCloud March 18

The software giant is holding the event ahead of its planned new console launch later this year. → Read More

Jack Dorsey to remain Twitter CEO after all

The company's co-founder was facing down an investor seeking to fire him. → Read More

Xbox Series X: Specs, backward compatibility and everything we know so far

Microsoft unveiled some of the specs of its next-generation hardware. → Read More

Oprah quits sexual harassment documentary slated for Sundance and Apple TV Plus

She says she stepped away over creative differences. → Read More

Las Vegas hit by cyberattack as it hosts CES

The attack came as more than 175,000 people gathered for the world's largest tech show. → Read More