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Scooter Doll

Scooter Doll is a writer, designer and tech enthusiast born in Chicago and based on the West Coast. When he’s not offering the latest tech how tos or insights, he’s probably watching Chicago sports.
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April 1

CEO confirms NIO is developing its own phones, names Apple as a potential rival

Although NIO CEO William Li recently admitted the company is only in the research phase, he has confirmed the Chinese automaker is exploring the production of its own phones. By combining technology with humanity, NIO hopes to provide one holistic system for consumers’ daily lives – much like Apple, who NIO’s CEO sees as a potential rival in the future.

August 12, 2021

Foxconn to build EV plants in US to offset slowing smartphone industry

Foxconn, a major assembler of the iPhone, announced plans to build EV manufacturing plants in the US and Thailand next year, with mass production scheduled for 2023. With this move, Foxconn looks to leap from the slowing wave of smartphone manufacturing to the tidal surge of EV demand.

January 29, 2021

5 best stock trading apps for iPhone

If you’ve happened to scroll through Twitter, Reddit… or nearly any news feed in recent days, you’ve probably seen a lot of mentions of stocks. More specifically stocks with keywords like Gamestop, AMC, r/wallstreetbets, and Robinhood. We will spare you the backstory and what a “short squeeze” is, but all of this controversy surrounding the stock market and the Robinhood App in particular has gotten many people intrigued. You yourself may have recently pondered the thought of purchasing some stock of your own. Either way, here are five stock trading apps currently available for iPhone to help get your portfolio rollin’.

December 9, 2020

How to disable Smart HDR on iPhone 12

Smart HDR is a camera feature that first appeared on iPhone in 2018 with the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, but to this day it can be a nuisance for photographers that actually prefer images that aren’t so high in dynamic range. Here’s everything you need to know about the feature and how to disable it.

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