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Apple has a reputation for entering markets late—think portable music players or smartphones—and then blowing away competitors with a superior product. When it comes to Apple’s virtual assistant Siri, that storyline appears to be playing out in reverse. Apple revealed Siri with the iPhone 4S in October 2011, one day before cofounder Steve Jobs died. …

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In his book Console Wars, Blake Harris reveals a mantra that video game industry insiders spouted in the ’80s: “the name of the game is the game.” Translation: If you don’t have awesome games on offer, there’s no point in trying. Early adopters know the struggle. It’s the reason why I haven’t bought a Nintendo …

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With your wedding date fast approaching, you are probably looking around for an appropriate wedding venue to solemnize your civil ceremony and hold your reception. This memorable and special life milestone has to be celebrated with a lot of fun and gaiety and you need a nice venue to freeze it all. The venue chosen …

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Among the half-million hours of video uploaded to YouTube on March 20, 2017, was a disturbing 18-second clip showing a gunman executing three people — bound and facing a wall — on a dusty street, purportedly in Benghazi, Libya. WIRED OPINION ABOUT Scott Edwards (@sxedwards) is a senior adviser for Amnesty International’s Crisis Response Team …

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It’s that time of year again: The weather’s cooling down, the leaves are changing color, and Apple’s latest iPhones are on the way. Not ready to drop $1,000 on an iPhone X? That’s cool. You can make your old iPhone (and iPad) feel new again by updating to iOS 11. The new software packs some …

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If you’re like most iPhone users, when you upgraded to the newest version of iOS, Apple automatically migrated your settings, apps, and text messages. While there are benefits to wiping your phone and starting over – c’mon, you don’t really need all those apps – there’s also the possibility that you might lose valuable info …

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