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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Samuel:

Microsoft releases new all-in-one Office app for iOS and Android

The key feature is an Actions menu for quick access to common mobile tasks. → Read More

Apple’s new iPad Pro could be delayed due to the coronavirus, report claims

Plans to introduce an iPhone SE successor in March are still on track, though. → Read More

Samsung’s 2020 TV lineup forces high-end buyers to go 8K whether they want it or not

The 4K lineup has fewer dimming zones than last year and no HDMI 2.1. → Read More

Since the iOS Files app is finally useful, Gmail will add attachments from it

Apple beefed up Files' functionality in iOS 13 last year. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy S20 vs. iPhone 11 Pro: A deeper division lurks beneath the spec sheets

There are more important concerns for buyers than feature lists. → Read More

Sony, LG, others back out of year’s biggest mobile tech event amidst coronavirus fears

Sony, Amazon, LG, Ericsson, and Nvidia have backed out, and more may follow. → Read More

ViacomCBS plan would unify all of Star Trek (and more) in one new streaming service

CBS' service is just the launching pad, with other Viacom content to be added. → Read More

Apple will introduce universal app purchases for iOS and macOS

Plus, Apple will enable in-app purchases in watchOS apps. → Read More

Apple brings iCloud Photos and more to Android with new Web-based apps

Only a few applications are included so far, but it's hopefully a start. → Read More

Amazon reports big earnings, crosses $1 trillion in value

Investors went gaga over the report, raising Amazon's stock market value by 11%. → Read More

CBS makes Star Trek: Picard pilot free on YouTube for a limited time

CBS hasn't said when the free viewing period will end, but it's the full episode. → Read More

Microsoft’s Azure is still growing fast to take on AWS, but Xbox is still struggling

The tech giant reported impressive revenue in everything but gaming. → Read More

Apple reports a blowout Q1 2020, but names coronavirus as a worry for the next quarter

The iPhone 11 led the charge in a high-growth quarter that surprised some investors. → Read More

Apple releases iOS 13.3.1 and macOS Catalina 10.15.3

The updates give users the ability to disable ultra-wide band on new iPhones. → Read More

Check out Netflix’s Ghost in the Shell trailer and its contentious art style

Despite the CGI controversy, the pedigree of the cast and crew is strong. → Read More

Apple introduces its large-scale gym partnership program, Apple Watch Connected

The program would also enforce strong GymKit support at many gyms. → Read More

After a decade of drama, Apple is ready to kill Flash in Safari once and for all

The change is just in the preview build so far, but it's likely to go public soon. → Read More

Doom Eternal hands-on: It’s more, more, more—and maybe just a little bit less, too

It's hard to follow up near-perfection, but the gory magic is still real. → Read More

Performance-oriented “Pro” mode for Macs found in latest macOS beta

"Apps may run faster, but battery life may decrease, and fan noise may increase." → Read More

Apple’s rack-mountable Mac Pro is now available

The internal configurations are the same, but the case design is very different. → Read More