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TSMC Begins Shipping Processors To Apple For Use In iPhones, iPads

Apple has taken another step in reducing their reliance on Samsung by starting to accept shipments of processors from chip manufacturer Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). The shipments were part of a deal struck between...Show More Summary

Get a fully realized MOBA on your iPad with Fates Forever

If you want to delve into the deep end with a massively online battle arena game, you can head on over to Riot Games’ League of Legends or Valve’s own Dota 2 with your computer, download a free copy of … Read more ›

Read to your children from afar using the Storybook Reading app

Storybook Reading uses your iPhone or iPad's camera to digitally copy a book and add your own personal narration so your children can listen to you read even when you are not around. It's an easy way to take a moment of reading and preserve it for...

Google releases AdWords Express app for iPhone and iPad

Google today released an iOS app for its AdWords Express advertising service. The app, which is available for only Google’s automated AdWords Express advertising service aimed at small businesses, allows users to view stats from advertisements...Show More Summary

Is the Mac really invading the enterprise sector?

A survey indicates the iPad holds 90-plus percent of the enterprise tablet market, but others contend it's not just the iOS making inroads in corporate IT these days. Should Microsoft be worried? The post Is the Mac really invading the enterprise sector? appeared first on AppleTell.

Apple files for Samsung divorce with first batch of TSMC microprocessors

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) has reportedly started shipping its first batch of iPhone and iPad microprocessors to Apple, according to sources familiar with the matter. By making microprocessors for Apple, TSMC is taking over a role previously carried out by … Read more ›

Appidemic: Sonic Jump Fever for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

Taking old skins and slapping them on new games is not an uncommon practice in video games. And in the world of mobile gaming, where players are more likely to follow a gaming trend than a franchise, it's pretty much the norm. But as...Show More Summary

How to add U.S. holidays to your calendar on iPhone and iPad

If you recently started adding calendars in iOS in attempts to get more organized, you may find yourself a bit dismayed at the lack of holidays. Since most of us schedule vacations, time-off and other events around holidays, it makes perfect sense to include them on your calendar. Show More Summary

9to5toys Lunch Break: LifeProof nüüd for iPad mini $30, VIZIO/Sony sound bars from $175, Blek for iOS $1, more

Be sure to follow 9to5Toys to keep up with the best gear and deals on the web: Twitter, RSS Feed, Facebook, Google+ and Safari push notifications. Today’s can’t miss deals: Daily Deals: LifeProof nüüd Cases for iPad mini: $30, 7800mAh Portable Charger: $35, more Refurbished Bluetooth sound bars w/ subs: 42? VIZIO $175 (Reg. Show More Summary

Panzer Tactics HD brings WW2 to the iPad

Panzer Tactics HD is a remake of the Nintendo DS classic where you experience World War II as a member of the Soviet Red Army, the German Wehrmacht, and the Western Allies. Now available for the iPad, you can play three campaigns with...Show More Summary

Bringing imaginary cities to life with the iPad

Matthew Watkins has brought iPad finger paintings into the real world in more formats than any other artist we know. His digital artwork has made the leap into the tangible on carpets, cars, plexiglass and the more usual prints, videos, … Read more ›

How to add, delete or hide calendars on iPhone or iPad

Apple’s excellent Calendar app is a great way to organize your busy life. The app offers the basic productivity tools that will meet the needs of most people who are looking to keep track of important appointments, meetings and events. Show More Summary

Avatron's Air Stylus shows promise for artists

Avatron's new Air Stylus (US$19.99) app transforms third generation or newer iPads into pressure-sensitive drawing surfaces compatible with desktop graphic design apps. The app is an outgrowth of Avatron's Air Display app. Air Display extends your...

Apple's iTunes U update brings new discussion features for students, course creation tools for teachers

As expected, Apple on tuesday released a major update to its iTunes U comprehensive educational software, bringing new discussion options for students and iPad creation tools for teachers.

Apple launches iTunes U 2.0 with iPad-based course creation, student discussions, more

Apple today issued a significant update to its iTunes U application for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The application focuses on enhancements for both teachers and students, and the application was first announced by Apple last week alongside the new Back to School retail initiatives. Here’s what is new for students: • The new […]

Apple's second secret eBay store launches with certified refurbished, unlocked GSM iPhones 5s

For the second time in as many years, Apple appears to have teamed with eBay on a low-profile Factory Outlet store to market Apple Certified Refurbished products -- such as iPhones and iPads -- alongside full one-year Apple warranties at aggressive price points.

Steve Jobs was right: Tablet sales set to topple the PC in 2015

At the Wall Street Journal‘s D8 conference back in 2010, Steve Jobs predicted that tablets such as the iPad would eventually overtake the personal computer for the majority of people. Five years after he made that prediction, it seems as … Read more ›

The iPad productivity debate

While it is possible to be productive on an iOS device to a degree, iPad productivity is simply not as high as with a Mac or Windows PC. For some tasks it's not even close, or not possible at all. The fact is, at this stage of its development,...Show More Summary

How to add, update or find a calendar event using Siri

If you use the Calendar app on your iPhone, using Siri can make managing your busy schedule much easier. Using just your voice, your iPhone and iPad can most of the typical tasks you would need from the Calendar app. The key to use Siri effectively is often in how you make a request. Show More Summary

T-Mobile to offer $100 rebate when buying iPhone & iPad for back-to-school promo

Details of T-Mobile’s upcoming back-to-school promo have just landed via TMONews and with it comes a $100 discount when purchasing both an iPhone and iPad. The deal comes in the form of a mail-in rebate that will get you a $100 Prepaid MasterCard. Those that want to take advantage will have to be on a Simple […]

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