Michael SimonStaff Writer, Macworld

If it has a screen, battery or a plug, Michael Simon wants to play with it. He has been obsessed with technology since he bought his first ThinkPad—the one with the lift-up keyboard that let you swap out the drive. He's still waiting for that to come back in style.

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Apple resurrects the Air and updates the mini, but the iPad lineup has the same old problems

Apple has resurrected the iPad Air and updated the iPad mini in an attempt to streamline and simplify its family of tablets.

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Apple sounds off on Spotify's antitrust claims in surprisingly tone-deaf screed

Apple has published a statement in response to Spotify's claims that it is being anti-competitive with its App Store fees. But it hits a sour note.

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10 awesome (and not-so-awesome) things I learned while becoming a cord-cutter

I finally decided to take the plunge and cut the cable cord, and I learned a few things along the way.

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7 tweaks and changes in Android Q that will make your phone better than it is now

Google has released the first developer beta of Android Q, and while there aren't too many major user-facing features, there are a few that will make your phone faster and more secure than ever.

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The best clear and translucent cases for your Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+

The Galaxy S10 is a beautiful phone, so you're going to want to show it off with a great clear case. Here are our favorites.

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How to use Wireless PowerShare on the Galaxy S10 to charge your Galaxy Buds or another phone

The Samsung Galaxy S10 has a new feature called Wireless PowerShare that lets you turn your phone into a Qi charging pad. Here's how to use it.

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Samsung Galaxy S10+ review: The phone that goes higher, further, faster

The Samsung Galaxy S10+ might not be as revolutionary as the Galaxy Fold, but it's still the baddest Android phone in the universe.

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Fitbit Versa Lite and Inspire HR hands-on: Affordability will look great on your wrist

Fitbit slims its lineup, trims prices with new Versa, Inspire, and Ace 2 in an effort to attract first-time wearable buyers.

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Attention enthusiasts: Amazon is blowing out the Razer Phone 2 for $500, a massive $300 discount

Amazon is selling the Razer Phone 2 for $500, $300 off its list price and the lowest we've ever seen.

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Touching holograms with HoloLens 2 is amazing, but phone AR is way more fun

Microsoft's HoloLens 2 is technically impressive, but it's still not a fully realized augmented reality experience.

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5 MWC Android announcements you might have missed but really need to know

MWC wasn't all about folding phones—here are five under-the-radar announcements you might have missed.

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Samsung's One UI: Six tips and tricks for mastering Android 9 on the Galaxy S9 and S10

One Ui is a massive change for Samsung's phones. Here's how to get the most out of it on your Galaxy S9 and S10.

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3 obstacles that folding phones like the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X need to overcome

Folding phones are the next big thing, but here are three potential obstacles they need to conquer first.

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Apple needs to get into the folding game and save us from years of bad phones

I spent some time with the Huawei Mate X, and I have one takeaway: Apple, please make a folding phone.

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Samsung's Galaxy Home quietly gains more features, but it still doesn't have an official release date

Samsung hasn't officially unveiled anything new about the Galaxy Home, but I got to see some cool new features as part of a Bixby Routines demo.

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