The Apple Card isn’t your typical credit card — Here are its best features

Apple (AAPL) is reinventing itself so it no longer depends solely on the iPhone, and the latest example of this change comes via the tech giant’s new Apple Card credit card. Available to select customers starting Tuesday, Aug.

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Apple sold almost three times more smartwatches than its closest rival

Apple Watch remains the best-selling smartwatch worldwide, according to the latest report from Strategy Analytics. The smartwatch industry is doing well as a whole, shipping 12 million units globally from April to June this year, up 44 percent from the same period in 2018.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G will start at $1,300

Just as it did with the Galaxy S10, Samsung is making a 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10. And just like the Galaxy S10 5G, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G will start off as a Verizon exclusive in the United States. (It’ll be available internationally, as well.) A 256GB model will cost $1,299.

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The White House is reportedly drafting an order to stop social media ‘bias’

The Trump administration is drafting an executive order to ban “anti-conservative bias” on social media, according to Politico. The report quotes three anonymous sources, including one White House official, saying that the plan is still nebulous and in its early stages.

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Amazon and Google continue to list gun accessories despite ban

Sales listings for shotgun rounds, magazines and other firearm accessories are slipping through the cracks at Google and Amazon — despite algorithms designed to catch the forbidden items.

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