A Way-Too-Perfect Storm Is Headed Right for Fiji

The South Pacific is no stranger to storms, but Cyclone Winston, the storm whipping its way toward Fiji, is not something they (or anyone) could be prepared for. After taking an unusually winding path around the Pacific—the storm passed over Tonga’s Vava’u twice, first as Category 2 and then again …

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Verizon Snags Top Spot in Yet Another National Network Performance Test

T-Mobile customers might have the best customer care in the industry, but it’s Verizon that provides the most consistent network. In the latest report from RootMetrics, Verizon took home its fifth consecutive title for overall network performance among the top four wireless carriers in the U.S., ranking first in five of the …

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You’re Typing It Wrong: The Best Alternative Keyboards for iOS

When it launched the iPhone in 2007, Apple essentially created the touchscreen keyboard as we all now know it. But until 2014, Apple’s own built-in keyboard was the only game in town for iPhone. Then, with iOS 8, the company enabled third-party developers to create alternative keyboards (which, it must …

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U.S. files motion to force Apple to obey iPhone order: court

By Dustin Volz and Julia Edwards WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The U.S. Department of Justice filed a motion seeking to compel Apple Inc to comply with a judge’s order for the company to unlock the iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters, portraying the tech giant’s refusal as …

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Formula One Is Talking About Closing the Cockpit (Again)

The start of the 2016 Formula One season is just a month away, but Red Bull Racing is already looking ahead to 2017. According to Motorsport.com, the team has submitted a new car design to the FIA, the sport’s governing body. The design isn’t about changing the engine or improving …

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