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Hands on with Super Mario Run for iPhone
Nintendo’s legendary platformer runs and jumps on to smartphones on 15 December, but will it spring to new heights or plumb the depths? Quirky social app Miitomo wasn’t the “proper” game fans were looking for when Nintendo announced its long-anticipated move into smartphone games. Super Mario Run (...)
[The Guardian]

Tech talk: your tech for Christmas questions answered
Editors and writers from the Guardian’s tech team joined readers for a live Q&A in the comments between 11am-1pm (GMT) on 7 Dec – catch up below! Want to ask us about whether the Pixel is better than the iPhone? If VR is really the future? Or how good that new Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro (...)
[The Guardian]

Apple supplier Foxconn is in talks to invest in the U.S.
Taiwan-based Foxconn, a giant contract manufacturer that plays a key role in assembling iPhones for Apple, employs hundreds of thousands of workers in mainland China.
[CNN Money]

Apple says iPhones safe despite China 'fires'
Apple has blamed "external factors" for a handful of iPhone batteries overheating in China.
[BBC News]

Apple says iPhones safe despite China 'fires'
Apple has blamed "external factors" for a handful of iPhone batteries overheating in China.
[BBC]

Apple engineer tried to buy BeOS from Palm for the iPhone
Jean-Louis Gassée: When the Apple smartphone project started, the key decision was the choice of software engine. Should Apple try to make a 'lite' version of OS X (as it was then known)? Go in a completely new direction? It appears that a new direction may have been tempting. At the time that (...)
[OSNews]

Supreme Court returns Apple v. Samsung to Federal Circuit
The Supreme Court has overturned Apple's $400 million award in its long-running patent lawsuit against Samsung. Apple won the case in 2012, convincing a federal court that a number of Samsung devices had infringed upon iPhone design patents - including one for a rectangular device with rounded (...)
[OSNews]

Samsung triumphs over Apple in US Supreme Court patent row
US Supreme Court rules in favour of Samsung in patent dispute with Apple over iPhone design.
[BBC News]

Samsung triumphs over Apple in US Supreme Court patent row
US Supreme Court rules in favour of Samsung in patent dispute with Apple over iPhone design.
[BBC]

US supreme court rules for Samsung in $399m patent dispute with Apple
Unanimous decision holds that patent violators do not have to surrender profits from sales of products that use stolen designs for components The US supreme court on Tuesday sided with Samsung in its big-money smartphone patent fight with Apple, throwing out an appeals court ruling that said (...)
[The Guardian]

Calling Gordon Gekko: how old mobile phones became £1,000 collector items
With the market for retro cell phones booming, here’s a selection of desirable designs, from a 10kg monster to a clamshell classic When it debuted in 1989, the MicroTAC was hailed as a “game-changer”, one that Motorola argued would bring mobile phones out of the hands of top execs and into the (...)
[The Guardian]

Which wireless headphones are right for you?
Which headphones are right for you?
[CNN Money]

OnePlus 3T review: the top-end smartphone that won't break the bank
The new, improved Android device might not be quite the bargain the OnePlus 3 was, but it’s still right up there with the best The OnePlus 3T is a minor update to a very good smartphone which improves on some key areas, but it isn’t quite the bargain the original was. The Chinese smartphone firm (...)
[The Guardian]

Phone encryption: Police 'mug' suspect to get data
Detectives have developed a new tactic to beat criminals using mobile phone encryption - legally mug them.
[BBC News]

Phone encryption: Police 'mug' suspect to get data
Detectives have developed a new tactic to beat criminals using mobile phone encryption - legally mug them.
[BBC]

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