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Fast Charge ep. 7: Nokia 8.3, coronavirus, iPad Pro & MacBook Air

This week on Fast Charge, Dom Preston, Alex Walker-Todd, and special guest Guy Cocker talk about the new Nokia range, the impact of coronavirus on the tech industry this week, and Apple's updates to the MacBook Air and iPad Pro -...

The new iPad keyboard has a trackpad. Chill out, it’s fine

Apple has finally done what it probably didn’t want to ever do and has brought fairly comprehensive systemwide mouse support to its iPad line up. Via the launch of the new iPad Pro models, the company has also announced a...

Don’t be stupid and hold off on announcing your funding round

For those who have followed TechCrunch and/or me for a long time, you know that I like to harp on the fact that fewer and fewer startups are filing their Form Ds with the SEC, which discloses information about...

5G launches in 21 new towns and cities

The guys at EE have flicked the switch so that 21 more 5G destinations are now available. It brings the total EE 5G locations to 71, which is more than any other operator. Areas benefitting include Rugeley, which is just...

Apple launches new, cheaper 13-inch MacBook Air for 2020

Apple has announced an updated 2020 MacBook Air alongside new 11- and 12.9in iPad Pros. The MacBook Air gets the expected keyboard upgrade: it now comes with the Magic keyboard first seen on the 16in MacBook Pro when it...

Apple closes all stores outside mainland China

A full closure of all Apple shops and stores outside of China will now kick in for two weeks. This is happening immediately, and they not reopen until March 27th. It comes as the spread of coronavirus continues, with...

How to turn off an iPad

Should I turn off my iPad? There's almost never a reason to fully turn off an iPad. When you press the sleep/wake button, you're only turning off the screen: the rest of it remains alert, updating apps, backing up your...

Apple fined record $1.2B in France over anti-competitive sales practices

The wheels of the regulatory machine continue to turn, and today Apple, along with two of its wholesale partners, was dealt a major blow in France over antitrust violations, by receiving the biggest-ever fine levelled against a business...

How big tech is taking on COVID-19

Over the past week, one thing has become painfully clear for U.S. residents: COVID-19 is going to permeate every aspect of our lives for a long time to come. Those of us in and around tech have been noticing...

Apple sets restrictions for COVID-19-related apps

Apple today put in place more COVID-19-related safeguards — this time centered on its App Store. In a note posted to its developer community, the company explains that it will take steps to vet submissions of apps focused on...
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Infantino against Conmebol: "No party is worth a life"

This was said on Thursday by the President of FIFA, the Swiss Gianni Infantino, as a preamble to the...
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Zoom will solve the problems caused by the increase in users

The application was born as a virtual meeting service for companies, but the current situation of confinement and its widespread use presents challenges for...

In cash and on foot of the plane: this is how French mask orders are 'stolen'

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"Peak and sex": Separating the exits of men and women gains followers in the fight against the coronavirus

To further contain the spread of the outbreak, the governments of Panama and Peru have opted for an unprecedented solution: segregate people by gender...

Coronavirus leaves 10 million Americans out of work

Coronavirus leaves 10 million Americans out of work <img src = "https://intallaght.ie/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/1585860710.jpg" alt="Closed businesses in New York."> Closed businesses in New...