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Recent articles by Don:

Apple Criticized Amid Mixed iPhone Sales Reports

Apple this week made demands on India and made clear that it won't back down from Qualcomm. Here's a roundup of this week's Apple news. → Read More

Here Were the Most Popular Video Games in 2016

Research firm NPD has released its roundup of the most popular video games of 2016. It's also shared data on 2016 sales. → Read More

Apple's iPhone 7 Isn't Attracting Many Android Users

But it is doing a good job at attracting existing iPhone owners. → Read More

Apple: Former Employee Says Tim Cook Made the iPhone Maker 'Boring'

Apple CEO Tim Cook has helped Apple generate billions in profits, but a former employee says he's also made it a boring company. → Read More

Apple's Original iPhone Useless After AT&T Pulls 2G Network Plug

Apple's original iPhone was still working until recently when AT&T decided to shut off the 2G network it relied on to make calls. → Read More

Apple's iPhone Market Share Tumbled During Critical Holiday Season

Apple's iPhone 7 was supposed to be a big hit. And while it sold well in the fourth quarter, its share of U.S. activations fell. → Read More

Why Nintendo Switch Could Be in Trouble

Nintendo Switch could make a splash when it hits store shelves in March. But one analyst wonders whether it might fall flat. → Read More

Apple Could Expand Its Battery Replacement Program

Apple is currently offering free battery replacements on iPhone 6s units, but the company could expand it to more Apple handsets. → Read More

Apple News Roundup: Is the Apple Golden Age Over?

Apple might be nearing $1 trillion in cumulative iOS revenue and celebrating 10 years of the iPhone, but some question its future. → Read More

Peso Traders Joke Mexico Should Buy Twitter After Trump Tweets

Some peso traders jokingly told Bloomberg that Mexico should buy Twitter in a bid to silence Donald Trump and save the currency. → Read More

Watch This Video to See an Early iPhone Prototype

Apple worked on several prototypes before it settled on the final iPhone design 10 years ago. This is a version it nixed. → Read More

Amazon Is Planning to Hire 100,000 Full-Time Employees

The e-commerce giant will employ more than a quarter-million people in the U.S. → Read More

Tesla Poached a Prominent Apple Product Designer

Tesla has hired another Apple employee as part of a broader push to improve the look and feel of its vehicles. → Read More

Nintendo Switch Event: How to Watch the Gaming Console Debut

Nintendo Switch is coming soon to store shelves, and you can watch it live online to never miss a moment. → Read More

Apple and Carpool Karaoke: Here's What You Need to Know

Apple owns "Carpool Karaoke" and now has some big plans for an upcoming 16-episode series it'll offer through Apple Music. → Read More

That Time Steve Ballmer Laughed at the iPhone

When Apple unveiled the iPhone 10 years ago, Steve Ballmer laughed. Apple's response? To laugh back. → Read More

Apple Could Be Planning Snazzy Smart Glasses

Apple and Carl Zeiss are reportedly working together to develop new smart glasses that could compete with Google Glass and others. → Read More

Watch Steve Jobs Unveil the iPhone 10 Years Ago

Apple's iPhone was unveiled on Jan. 9, 2007. And Steve Jobs was onstage to deliver the news. Here's the video of his Macworld presentation. → Read More

Apple's iPhone Turns 10: These Are the Numbers to Know

Over the last 10 years, Apple's iPhone has proven to be a major change agent for both Apple and the industry. Here are stats to know. → Read More

Remembering the iPhone Launch 10 Years Later

Apple's first iPhone was unveiled on Jan. 9, 2007. Since then, the device has become a huge hit that rocked the world. → Read More