Tag Archive: U.S.


Sanders joins Trump in saying Apple should build its products in U.S.

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have something in common beyond being outsider candidates: both want Apple to manufacture its devices in the United States. During an interview this week, Sanders was asked about Apple and said that, “I do wish they’d be manufacturing some of their devices, here, in the United States rather than in […]

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U.S. senator calls for ban on gun which looks like an iPhone

New York senator Charles Schumer is speaking out about a .380 caliber gun disguised as an iPhone, which he says is a “disaster waiting to happen.” Schumer called on the federal Department of Justice and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to look into the weapon — and possibly ban it — before […]

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Nintendo brings Miitomo game to U.S. and Europe

Nintendo’s first smartphone game is finally available to download in the U.S. and Europe, two weeks after making its debut in Japan. Miitomo, which lets you create your very own Mii and socialize in a virtual world, is free to play on both Android and iOS. Although it’s not the Nintendo game we were hoping to […]

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Nintendo’s first smartphone game hits the U.S. on March 31

The wait for Nintendo’s first smartphone game is almost over if you live in the U.S. Miitomo, which racked up a whopping 1 million downloads in three days after making its debut in Japan a fortnight ago, will be available on Android and iOS on Thursday, March 31. Miitomo isn’t the Super Mario game you were hoping to get on […]

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U.S. iPhone owners are cheapskates when it comes to apps

If you want to strike it rich on the App Store, here’s a hint: make a game. Americans who own an iPhone spent an average of $ 35 on apps and in-app purchases last year, only instead of forking over cash for productivity or education apps, the majority of that money goes to gaming. App marketing […]

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U.S. government cancels iPhone hearing with Apple

The Department of Justice is putting its battle against Apple on hold. In a new court filing published today, the U.S. government has asked the federal court to vacate the hearing set for Tuesday between Apple and the FBI on whether the company can be legally compelled to write software that would assist the FBI […]

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Popular fitness app makes U.S. debut in time for New Year’s resolutions

You have a gym membership, but you’ve talked yourself out of going. You paid for a personal trainer and found reasons to cancel. Maybe fitness can be achieved through your smartphone or smartwatch, but the excuse that now grinds the revolution to a halt is too many apps from which to choose. Freeletics, a workout […]

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Trump’s dream: Bring Apple manufacturing back to U.S.

Donald Trump has said that his “real dream” is for Apple, along with other U.S. companies, to bring their manufacturing back to the United States. Trump made the comments during an interview to promote his new book, Crippled America. “We think of Apple as an American company,” Trump said. “But they make their product in […]

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PSA: Here’s how to order your iPad Pro outside the U.S.

Update: The iPad Pro website has now been updated in the U.K. Let us know if you have any issues ordering in other non-U.S. countries. If so, it’s worth trying the mobile Apple Store app. The iPad Pro went on sale today in more than 40 countries, but things aren’t quite so straightforward if you […]

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YouTube Red goes live in the U.S.

YouTube Red, the new subscription service that lets you enjoy the latest content from your favorite YouTube channels without ads, is now live in the United States. Priced at $ 9.99 — and bundled with Google Play Music — Red also lets you play YouTube content in the background on your mobile devices, and download videos for […]

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