Android 8.1 is now rolling out to the Nokia 5 and 6 (2017)

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HMD Global is fast gaining the reputation as the best Android phone-maker around when it comes to fast OS updates. Its Nokia-branded phones have been updated ahead of the pack more often than not in recent months, and with the news that all future devices will run pure versions of Android (One or Go), the Finnish company has made a strong commitment to continue that good work. We’re now hearing that Android 8.1 Oreo is beginning to roll out to the Nokia 5 and the 2017 Nokia 6.

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2017 Macs on sale from $899, accessories up to 99 percent off

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On the heels of Apple’s education event, Apple authorized resellers are launching instant rebates on a variety of Mid 2017 MacBooks and iMacs. Save $ 100 to $ 300 on systems with prices starting at just $ 899. Looking to upgrade an older Mac? Save up to 99 percent on a variety of components and accessories as well.
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Compared: the new 2018 sixth generation iPad with Apple Pencil support versus the 2017 iPad and iPad Air 2

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The launch of a new iPad is usually followed by users deciding whether they should update to the latest model, or to continue using their existing iPad and save money. AppleInsider compares the new 2018 iPad against last year’s release and the iPad Air models to decide if it’s worth making the upgrade.
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Best Accessories for the 9.7-inch iPad (2017 & 2018)

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What are the best cases, covers, stylus pens, keyboards, and more for your 9.7-inch iPad? These are my favorites!

Apple’s got a whole new 9.7-inch tablet — iPad (6th generation) — and it’s more affordable than ever. So affordable, you might even have enough left over for an Apple Pencil, which the 6th-generation 9.7-inch iPad supports. (What iPad Pro, right?)

Apple Pencil

Of course, this is why you’re getting the 2018 9.7-inch iPad, right? Without having to spend the extra dollars for the Pro model, you can now use Apple’s super fancy, pressure sensitive, palm rejection supported Apple Pencil.

You’re going to love it. Yes, it will probably take a little time to get used to, writing on a tablet is a little different than writing on a piece of paper, but it won’t take long for you to see just how fantastic the Apple Pencil is, especially compared to other stylus pens on the market right now.

It costs $ 99, which might sound a little steep, but if you’re an artist or love handwriting notes, you’re not going to be disappointed with your investment.

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iPad Smart Cover

I’ve owned one of these since they first launched alongside the original iPad Air and, as soon as I got the iPad, I slipped it on, and it fit like home. Or a glove. Or a glove that’s finally come home. Whatever. It fit great.

It protects the screen when folded down but can also be folded back so you can either type at a slight angle or watch videos at a sharp angle. You can even get it in (Product) RED from Apple, if you want to support the charity — and look wicked hot doing it.

What the Smart Cover won’t do is protect that back. For that, you’ll need to track down an original iPad Air Smart Case, which is also great, or get one of the many knock offs available on Amazon. If you want something cooler, I love the old world style of the Pad & Quill Walden Case. If you want something heavier-duity for work, kids, or travel, check out the Fre from Lifeproof.

Because the Smart Cover attaches magnetically, it has minimal bulk. It’s just a hinge and foldable front panel. That’ll keep your iPad screen safe from scratches, scrapes, and small impacts. It will also prop it up at more comfortable typing or viewing angles.

Pricing starts around $ 40.

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Apple Magic Keyboard

Even now with Apple Pencil support, the 9.7-inch iPad is still positioned at the low end and that means finding truly high-quality keyboard cases for it is still a challenge. There’s the Logitech Folio and, while some love it, others report it conking out early.

So… I still recommend the Apple Magic Keyboard. You’ll need to use a case that props up your iPad, like the Smart Cover or Studio Neat Canopy, but what you lack in a physical connection you make up for in flexibility — place the iPad anywhere you want and the keyboard anywhere that’s comfortable.

Pairing is quick and easy and the typing experience is exactly what you’d expect from a pre-MacBopk Apple keyboard. Not too shallow, not too deep, and perfect for productivity.

You can grab it on Amazon for about $ 90.

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Mophie power station

Apple prides itself on iPad providing 10 hours of power, no matter how big or how thin they get. The same holds true for 9.7-inch iPad. But those numbers come from an era where browsing the web and checking email were the toughest tasks people did while online.

Nowadays everything from Facebook to Snapchat to Pokémon Go hits mobile batteries like battering rams. Some of those you’ll probably use more on iPhone than iPad, but even if you’re on the road, in the car, or flying around the world, if you need power, you need power.

And mophie provides it in spades.

I’ve been using this particular model — in rose gold if you must know — going on two years now and it’s kept both my iPhone and my iPad, as well as my Apple Watch and AirPods, charged trip after trip after trip.

The 15000mAh variant is now cheaper than the 6000mAh version, at only $ 75.

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AirPods

AirPods aren’t hard to get anymore. Yes, you can get BeatsX, and if you prefer over-the-ear, you can get Bose QuietComfort 35. Once you go AirPods, though, it’s tough to go back.

Even with iPad, the ability to listen to music, movies, podcasts, audio books, and more, and take FaceTime, Skype, and other calls, without having any strings to hold you down, is damn near miraculous.

Get them at Apple for $ 159.

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Your favorite iPad accessories?

If you have a new 9.7-inch iPad, what are your favorite accessories? Let me know your top picks and if I missed anything great, I’ll add it in an update!

Updated March 2018: Added Apple Pencil for the 2018 9.7-inch iPad.

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Tech Deals: $254 Nintendo Switch, $127 Apple TV 4K, $233 2017 iPad, $59 200GB MicroSD, $450 iPhone 7 Plus, More

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Here’s your daily dose of tech deals, including the iPhone 7 Plus, SanDisk Ultra 200GB SD card, Google Home Mini and Chromecast Audio, Anker wireless charging pad, and more.

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Tech Deals: 55% Off 2017 iPad, 40% Off PC Gaming Hardware And Accessories, Solar-Powered Battery Power Bank, More

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It’s that wonderful time of the day again when you get to peruse through some excellent technology deals in the hope of finding something that you like and, of course, saving some money. As always, you need to look through what’s on offer, take notice of any associated codes or additional discounts, complete the checkout process as quickly as possible in order to guarantee those savings.

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MacRumors Giveaway: Win a USB-C Clamp Hub Pro for the 2017 iMac or iMac Pro

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For this week’s giveaway, we’ve teamed up with Satechi to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a USB-C Clamp Hub Pro that’s designed for the 2017 iMac and iMac Pro.

Priced at $49.95, the Clamp Hub Pro plugs into one of the Thunderbolt 3 ports on an iMac or iMac Pro and attaches right to the bottom of the display to put additional ports right where you need them.


Because the Clamp Hub Pro attaches cleanly to the bottom of the iMac or iMac Pro with an adjustable knob, it adds ports without cluttering your desktop or adding visible bulk to the machine. Beyond plugging it into a Thunderbolt 3 port, no additional installation is required.


The Clamp Hub Pro features a USB-C port (for data only), 3 USB-A ports to attach USB-A peripherals, a microSD card slot, and a standard SD card slot. Clamp Hub Pro comes in either Space Gray or Silver, so it can match the traditional iMac and the Space Gray iMac Pro.


The USB-C port supports transfer speeds of up to 5Gb/s, as do the three USB-A ports, while the two card slots support transfer speeds of up to 104Mb/s. The Clamp Hub Pro is compatible only with the iMac and the iMac Pro, which are the only two desktops with USB 3.


We have 10 of Satechi’s Clamp Hub Pro accessories to give away to MacRumors readers. To enter to win, use the Rafflecopter widget below and enter an email address. Email addresses will be used solely for contact purposes to reach the winners and send the prizes. You can earn additional entries by subscribing to our weekly newsletter, subscribing to our YouTube channel, following us on Twitter, or visiting the MacRumors Facebook page.

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Tech Deals: $40 Off Nintendo Switch Bundle, $400 Off 2017 MacBook Pro With Touch Bar, Fast Wireless Charger, More

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Once again, we have multiple opportunities available for you to immediately purchase some new hardware or technology and save money as part of the process. Our deals are designed to put some excellent gadgetry in front of your face with the aim of enticing you into a purchase but saving money at the same time as all items are listed below the recommended retail price. Enjoy!

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Macs and iPads are on sale for under $400, plus $250 off Apple’s top of the line 2017 15″ MacBook Pro

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Looking for the lowest entry price into an iPad or Mac? Snap up a 2017 9.7" iPad for just $ 289 — or pick up a Mac mini for $ 399, now $ 100 off. Apple’s Mid 2017 15" MacBook Pro with Radeon 560 graphics and 1TB of storage is now on sale for $ 3,149 with no tax in most states.
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Cryptojacking rates increased by 85 times in Q4 2017 as bitcoin prices spiked: report

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Instances of computers hijacked to mine cryptocurrency, a practice known as cryptojacking, rose 8500 percent in the final quarter of 2017, according to a new report by Symantec. The attacks make up 24 percent of all online attacks blocked in last December, and 16 percent of online attacks blocked in the last three months of 2017, correlating with the spikes in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies’ prices last year.

Symantec report tracks the rise of cryptojacking, and explains that its rise is partly due to easy-to-operate coin minings apps “with a low barrier [to] entry—only requiring a couple lines of code to operate,” which many have picked up as a way of cashing in on the cryptocurrency craze. Overall, cryptojacking rose by 34,000…

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