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How the iPad mini became Apple’s middle child

The iPad mini has become something of an oddity in Apple's product line. It's clearly here to stay, but Apple doesn't seem quite sure how to fit it in among smaller…

Did you pay to edit Office docs on an iPad? Now you can get some money back

Now that editing Office docs on an iPad doesn't require an Office 365 subscription, those who paid for the feature can get a refund. It's a smart move by Microsoft by…

Apple to sapphire supplier: “Put on your big boy pants and accept the agreement”

A statement from the CEO of GT Advanced Technology was unsealed on Friday which includes several original contracts between GTAT and Apple.

Microsoft sets Office free on iPhone, iPad with Android preview and Windows touch version in tow

Microsoft is quickly learning that adding more Office users for free may be more useful than gaining fewer Office users at a cost: Office 365 subscriptions are no longer required for…

Apple’s partnership with IBM moves forward, starting with AppleCare for Enterprise

Apple posted a page on its website on Wednesday that describes AppleCare for Enterprise, one of the first outcomes from its deal with IBM.

Why is Chinese smartphone startup Xiaomi reportedly worth 13 times as much as Motorola?

Xiaomi the money: The Chinese smartphone maker is reportedly seeking funding at a valuation of $40 billion.

Report: Apple Watch to start at $500 in stainless steel, thousands for gold model

A French blog claims to have Apple Watch pricing information with the gold edition starting at $4,000. That cost, as well as the stainless steel price, actually makes sense if you…

Aruba cheats on Wi-Fi by having a tryst with Bluetooth beacons

Apple forced the Wi-Fi industry to switch to Bluetooth when it comes to indoor location services. But the change is a welcome one, according to Aruba.

Mojio launches its plug-in car module that connects the unconnected car

Mojio's new plug-in car module will link your car to the cloud, tracking the daily minutiae of driving. App developers like Glympse, Concur and IFTTT are then using that data to…

Can you hear me now? Verizon, AT&T to make voice-over-LTE interoperable in 2015

VoLTE is in the same place as SMS it was back in 2000: locked down to specific carrier networks and devices. By making VoLTE services interoperable, though, VoLTE could become as…

LoopPay starts selling a programmable credit card sleeve for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

LoopPay has an alternate mobile payments system for the new iPhones that relies on a magnetic-field generating smartphone case instead of NFC. Why use LoopPay over Apple Pay? It works in…

Apple Watch is reportedly coming after Chinese New Year

According to comments reportedly made by Apple Retail SVP Angela Ahrendts, the 'early 2015' launch date for Apple Watch will fall after the Chinese New Year on February 19.

Four reasons I switched to Safari after years of using Chrome and why I’ll probably switch back

If you haven't used Safari on your Mac in years, there's a number of new features in OS X Yosemite that mean maybe it's worth another try.

Task-master app goes premium with collaboration features

One of the best task management apps for individuals is now adding support for families and teams to work together. 2.0 adds a Premium subscription option with collaboration tools, themes…

You’re either in or you’re out of MCX’s mobile payments club. Here’s why retailers are staying in

MCX can't have members break ranks and support Apple Pay or Google Wallet. Its own forthcoming app CurrentC will challenge both the mobile and finance industries, so it needs solidarity among…

Thoughts on iOS 8.1, Yosemite, and the iPhone 6 Plus

Now that I've had a chance to use Apple's newest mobile technologies, here's how Continuity, Handoff, iCloud, and the iPhone 6 Plus are working for me.

First impressions of the iPad Air 2 from a current iPad Air owner

A first look at this year's iPad Air 2 compared to the 2013 model shows little changes on the outside. Inside is very different story with a noticeably better camera sensor,…

Review roundup: iPad Air 2 is powerful and appealing, but iPad mini 3 is meh

Apple's two new iPads are earning a range of reviews, depending on the model. The iPad Air 2 is sleeker and faster for those who want more performance. The iPad mini…

The iPad Air 2 is packing a blazing fast chip with three (yes, three) cores

Early benchmarks indicate the A8X processor in the latest iPad has significantly better performance than both the last-generation A7 processor as well as the A8 processor in the iPhone 6.

Tablets continue to drive Verizon’s growth in Q3

Tablets have turned into Verizon's big of source of growth, which means Verizon might be vulnerable as the iPad Air 2 goes on sale. Verizon is the only major carrier incompatible…

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