Whether finding a charger in your house is a constant challenge, you want to make a central hub for your family’s devices, or just want to tame a rat’s nest of wires and cables, follow along for a look at some of the best multi-device chargers for families when it comes to iPhone, iPad, MacBooks, […]
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Samsung announced the Galaxy S21 series back on January 14th and the trio of handsets went on general sale today. Those who took advantage of the pre-order deals began receiving their orders yesterday, with Jared getting his hands on the base Galaxy S21 while the Galaxy S21 Ultra arrived at my door. So the big […]
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These days, having one of the best external hard drives for your Mac is a necessity, especially for professionals in the creative field. Upgrading your Mac storage, after all, can be costly at best, close to impossible at worst. Macs and MacBooks are notoriously hard to customize once you own them, and upgrading your storage […]
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If you’ve happened to scroll through Twitter, Reddit… or nearly any news feed in recent days, you’ve probably seen a lot of mentions of stocks. More specifically stocks with keywords like Gamestop, AMC, r/wallstreetbets, and Robinhood. We will spare you the backstory and what a “short squeeze” is, but all of this controversy surrounding the […]
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Evidence continues to mount that Apple has likely had a killer fiscal first quarter. After arguing that the iPhone will be king in the holiday period, driving most of Apple’s growth this time, I turn my focus of attention to the Mac. The category saw unusually high demand throughout the pandemic year (see graph below), […]
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“The tour we’ve taken through the last century proves that market irrationality of an extreme kind periodically erupts — and compellingly suggests that investors wanting to do well had better learn how to deal with the next outbreak.” Warren Buffet Irrational markets are a given these days. For retail, fundamentals often do not drive investment […]
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The idea of Apple putting both Touch ID and Face ID into an iPhone has been floating around for several years now. And just earlier this month, we saw a report from Bloomberg saying it could be the 2021 iPhone lineup to get both forms of biometric authentication. Now a new report from WSJ corroborates […]
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Consumer electronics giant Apple (AAPL) has seen its stock sag since it delivered a blowout December-quarter earnings report. Some analysts think Apple stock is down because the company was too cautious with its March-quarter commentary after a big holiday-quarter beat. X Wall Street analysts showered Apple stock with price-target hikes after the company’s fiscal first-quarter […]
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For Elon Musk, whose hatred for short-sellers blazes hot enough to reforge Mjölnir a dozen times over, the millions in losses suffered by shorts after the Tesla CEO changed his Twitter bio to “Bitcoin” must make it feel like Christmas and his birthday rolled into one. That one word bio caused the price of bitcoin […]
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As per a new patent filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office, Apple is looking into the option of making its future Watch thinner by removing the haptic feedback engine altogether. But since the haptic feedback is essential to the user experience, the company wants the battery itself to take over that role. It […]
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