iOS 12 tells you everything – well, almost everything – you need to know about your iPhone's battery

  1. iOS 12 tells you everything – well, almost everything – you need to know about your iPhone’s battery  ZDNet
  2. iOS 12 release: The best features of Apple’s new software  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. iOS 12 Review: Free Update Revives Old Phones, Makes Siri Useful  Wall Street Journal
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I've Had the $999 iPhone X for Almost a Year — Here's What I Think About It

  1. I’ve Had the $999 iPhone X for Almost a Year — Here’s What I Think About It  Motley Fool
  2. Counterclockwise: the Apple iPhone makes history  GSMArena.com
  3. Some women say production of bigger iPhones sexist  KTNV Las Vegas
  4. iPhone XS Launched, Jio Cashback Offer, Redmi Note 5 Pro MIUI 10 Update, and More News This Week  NDTV
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US household income hit new high in 2017, poverty rate almost static

US household income hit new high in 2017, poverty rate almost staticUS median household income rose 1.8 percent in 2017 to $61,372, according to census data released Wednesday, though the poverty rate fell only marginally. The report followed earlier positive data on employment and consumer confidence that point to an improving American economy near the 10th anniversary of the 2008 Financial Crisis. The official poverty rate decreased 0.4 percent from the prior year to 12.3 percent, representing 39.7 million people — though officials cautioned this was not statistically different from the 2016 level.


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Research shows almost 90% of teens have a smartphone, most feel manipulated by tech companies

  1. Research shows almost 90% of teens have a smartphone, most feel manipulated by tech companies  Phone Arena
  2. New Common Sense Media survey finds more positives than negatives in teen use of social media  GeekWire
  3. Almost 90 percent of teens have smartphones, but that’s not the disaster you might think  USA TODAY
  4. More teens would rather text their friends than hang out IRL  Quartz
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Almost 90 percent of teens have smartphones, but that's not the disaster you might think

  1. Almost 90 percent of teens have smartphones, but that’s not the disaster you might think  USA TODAY
  2. New Common Sense Media survey finds more positives than negatives in teen use of social media  GeekWire
  3. Login, like, post: Teens double social media use, note positive interactions  WTOP
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Trump spooked Pentagon with almost-sent tweet on N.Korea: Woodward

Trump spooked Pentagon with almost-sent tweet on N.Korea: WoodwardUS President Donald Trump spooked the Pentagon leadership with a tweet that — had it been sent — North Korea would have read as a sign of an imminent US attack, journalist Bob Woodward said in an interview that aired Sunday. Woodward, whose new book “Fear: Trump in the White House” hits book stores on Tuesday, described the incident in the interview with CBS as the most dangerous moment of Trump’s nuclear standoff with North Korea. “He drafts a tweet saying ‘We are going to pull our dependents from South Korea — family members of the 28,000 people there,'” Woodward said on “CBS Sunday Morning,” referring to families of US troops stationed on the Korean peninsula.


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