Kunal Indurkhya

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Why Apple's 64-bit iPhone chip is a bigger deal than you think

iOS is about to go beyond post-PC<p>In the wake of Tuesday's iPhone event, you've likely heard the news that iOS 7 and its core apps have been ported to 64-bit, and Apple's new iPhone 5s now has a 64-bit "A7" system-on-chip (SoC) inside. You might have also heard that it's just a marketing stunt; a …

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iPhone 5c pre-orders go live across the web

Following the announcement of the iPhone 5c on Tuesday, Apple is now accepting pre-orders for the colorful new smartphone through the Apple Store. The iPhone 5S will not be available for pre-order, but both models will arrive in-stores and at doors on September 20th.<p>If you’d rather try your luck …

Samsung: 64

<b>Apple may be the first to offer a 64-bit handset, but Samsung promises that more are on the way.</b><p>Samsung Mobile co-CEO Shin Jong-kyun told <i>The Korea</i> …

How to install apps outside of Google Play

Android devices have the ability to "sideload" applications that aren't available on the Google Play store. Here's how you can do it.<p><i>Editor's note, May 26, 2017: Due to increased security concerns, CNET no longer recommends installing third-party apps not officially supported by a device's official</i> …

5 Reasons Why Wall Street Is Wrong About Apple

Apple disappointed Wall Street by announcing an iPhone 5C that isn’t cheap. As a result, Apple’s stock price took a hit.<p>That’s the polite way to say it. Let’s usher all the financial industry people out of the room so I can tell you the blunt truth. Ready?<p>Wall Street has systemic blind spots and …

Nearly two years after launch, Siri seems to exit ‘beta’ with iOS 7

With the iPhone 4S launch nearly two years ago, Apple introduced the Siri voice control system to its customers. At launch, Siri was a gimmicky feature at best, being released with bugs, a highly-computerized voice, sluggish content loading, and unreliable servers. In addition, Siri of 2011 was …

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