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Recent articles by Don:

Facebook Is Moving Into the Processor-Making Business

Facebook could be offering processors soon to expand its role in the hardware space. → Read More

Apple's Next iPhone Could Be Cheaper Than Expected

A new report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple is planning three new handsets this year, including one cheap handset. → Read More

Amazon Is Launching International Shopping From the U.S.

Amazon's mobile apps and mobile website now allow international shopping, with products exported from the U.S. → Read More

Microsoft Aims to Make Google Chrome Safer With New Extension

Microsoft has launched a new (and free!) extension that aims at improving Google Chrome security. But does it actually work? → Read More

Why Home Depot Is Hiring 1,000 I.T. Workers

Home Depot wants to maintain its lead over Amazon and will hire 1,000 I.T. workers in the near future to do just that. → Read More

Apple Wants to Disrupt the News Business With a Subscription Service

Apple acquired Texture and is now planning to offer a subscription service that would let users subscribe to media content. → Read More

Apple's iPhone X Took 35% of Smartphone Profits in the Fourth Quarter

It was the most profitable smartphone all quarter. → Read More

James Comey on Apple and Google's Data Encryption: They 'Drove Me Crazy'

Former FBI Director James Comey said that Apple and Google engaged in activities that "drove me crazy." He said there was no "listening." → Read More

Why Samsung Might Turn to Blockchain for Its Global Supply Chain

Samsung is said to be considering whether to use blockchain to run its global supply chain. And it could save the company serious cash. → Read More

Apple Releases New iPhone as HomePod Sales Disappoint

And all the other Apple news and rumors this week. → Read More

Your Gmail May Have a Handy Self-Destructing E-Mail Feature Soon

Google's new Gmail redesign includes several privacy features, including a self-destructing e-mail component to boost message security. → Read More

Taylor Swift Releases Two Recordings for One-Time Enemy Company Spotify

Taylor Swift at one point wasn't too fond of Spotify. But now she's recorded two songs for the service's Spotify Singles. → Read More

Facebook Is Starting To Copy More Features From Instagram

Facebook Stories is getting an update that will bring some of Instagram's Stories features to the social network. → Read More

Heinz Is Letting Customers Vote on the Release of a Mayonnaise-Ketchup Combo: Mayochup

Heinz has posted a poll on Twitter that aims at getting users to vote for Mayochup, a Mayonnaise-Ketchup combination. → Read More

Instagram Will Finally Let Users Download Their Own Data

Facebook's Instagram will now allow users to download their own data from the service—something the company hasn't ever allowed. → Read More

Apple Ordered to Pay $502 Million in VirnetX Patent Battle Loss

Apple is alleged to have infringed four communications patents owned by VirnetX that could cost the company $502.6 million. → Read More

Watch a Tidal Magnetic Field Sweep Across Earth

The tide does quite a bit. But it also creates a magnetic field as the mass of salt water moves across the planet. This video depicts that. → Read More

You Can Now Buy a Spotify-Hulu Bundle for $12.99 a Month

Those who want to stream video and audio will be able to get a Hulu-Spotify bundle for $12.99 a month. That's a $5 savings. → Read More

Web Browsers Are Starting to Kill Passwords

Mozilla's Firefox and Google's Chrome are among the early supporters of a new initiative that aims at killing passwords. → Read More

Credit Card Signatures Are Going Away Because They Were Useless

Credit card signatures are being phased out after they were determined to be obsolete. But there's more to it than that. → Read More