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Apple may loosen its grip on default apps for iPhones and iPads.
According to a new reports by Bloomberg, the company is considering letting people choose third party mail and web browser apps as their default options.
The same reports also says that Apple may open it's Homepod smart speaker to third party music apps like Spotify.
Twitter is rolling out a new feature.
You will be able to add to older Tweets easier.
Here's how it works, you would write your new Tweets, then pull down to view older messages, you then hit an icon with three buttons.
From there you'd select the Tweet you're adding to.
Then your new and old tweets are linked.
Samsung's latest flexible phone the Galaxy Z FLIP is apparently a hit.
The company announced it had sold out of its stock of the phone on Wednesday, but has already replenished the supply.
C-nets review of the phone is relevantly positive as well Here's a quote, Samsung has done most things right with the Z Flip's design, creating a foldable phone that's fun to weld and practical enough for everyday life.
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