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The best to-do list apps for iPhone, Android and Mac

Sometimes, pen and paper just don’t cut it. It’s easy to forget or lose where you’ve written down everything you want to get done. On other occasions, it’s just impossible to fit everything on one Post-It note. Thankfully, there are plenty of options when it comes to digital to-do lists. …

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iOS 13 will boast great updates for iPad users

Expect iOS 13 to bring significant new features to Apple’s tablets, more so than iOS 12. Photo: Ste Smith/Cult of Mac iOS 12 is right around the corner, but iPad users should be thinking longer term. It’s iOS 13 “Yukon” in 2019 that’s expected to bring more new features to …

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ASRock Fatal1ty Z370 Gaming-ITX/ac Review

Intel offers performance enthusiasts a broad range of features in the Z370 chipset, from “Everything can be overclocked!” to “Even the CPU’s PCI Express pathways are unlocked!” But motherboard designers still might feel a little stuck in terms of how to use all those resources on a small Mini-ITX board. …

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10 Best summer gadgets you need to buy now

For many, summer is the best time of year. School is out, families go on vacation, there is baseball every night and barbecues get fired up all over the country. During these months the world is very much our oyster, with opportunities only limited by the edges of our imagination. …

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20 years ago, the iMac changed the world

Sunday is the birthday for the first major consumer product of the second Steve Jobs era, one which changed the trajectory of Apple forever. On May 6, 1998 —20 years ago Sunday —Steve Jobs unveiled the first iMac. The introduction took place at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, ahead of the …

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India’s automotive component industry charms global market

Known as India’s ‘Sunrise sector’, the automotive industry had an impactful presence in Dubai at the recently concluded Automechanika 2018. The Middle East has a number of vehicles running in the region resulting in constant wear and tear, and according to Vinnie Mehta, director-general, Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India …

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