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Ars Hands-on: Kindle dabbles in audio, video for iOS users

The Kindle software on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch just got a feature boost over what the traditional Kindle offers thanks to the Apple devices' hardware capabilities: they now support embedded audio and video inside of books. The company has rolled out a handful of books—13, to be exact—that have A/V embedded in them, and more are on the way.

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Here's how you can disable NameDrop on your iPhone and Apple Watch

Introduced in iOS 17.1 and watchOS 10.1, NameDrop is a novel feature that facilitates the sharing of contact information between nearby iPhones and Apple Watches by holding them together.

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WhatsApp Unleashes Full-Quality Photo and Video Sharing

WhatsApp introduces a breakthrough feature enabling iPhone users to share photos and videos in their original quality on the messaging platform.

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Apple iPhone 16 will reportedly feature a new button

According to a recent report, the iPhone 16 series might come with an additional hardware button.

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