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9 books that Steve Jobs thought everyone should read

Late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs spent a lifetime learning what it means to be human by reading books. "The reason that Apple is able to create products like the iPad is because we've always tried to be at the intersection of technology and the liberal arts," Jobs once said. Show More Summary

This conspiracy theory says ad tech companies deliberately keep web pages loading slow because they make more money that way

Online advertisers are dreading the arrival of Apple's new iOS operating system for iPhone and iPad because the new version of the Safari browser will contain an ad-blocking feature. As 25% of web browsers use Safari, publishers and advertisers are worried that they might see 25% of their audience (and revenue) disappear. Show More Summary

This Android tablet may be old, but it's still a great option if you can't afford an iPad or Surface

The appeal of tablets is in their versatility. Bigger than a smartphone but more portable than a laptop, they can serve as an essential productivity tool or a miniature entertainment hub, depending on your needs. If you're in the market...Show More Summary

Apple sold more Apple Watches in 9 weeks than it sold iPhones and iPads when they first launched (AAPL)

Apple has sold more Apple Watches in its first nine weeks than the company sold original iPhones and iPads in the nine weeks following their launch. "We looked back at similar periods for iPhone and iPad when they were originally launched,...Show More Summary

There's a new Chromebook that's like an iPad and laptop in one, and it's pretty good

For a while, computers just kept getting more powerful and more expensive. Then we realized that we don't need big powerful machines just to browse the web and some light work. The new $250 Asus Chromebook Flip is an inexpensive compact laptop that runs Google's Chrome OS, and it's a direct response to that realization. Show More Summary

Everything you need to know about Samsung’s latest iPad-challenger, the Galaxy Tab S2

After weeks of speculation, Samsung unveiled its 2015 answer to the Apple iPad Air and iPad mini on Monday: The Galaxy Tab S2. Designed to be as thin and light as possible, Samsung says the Galaxy Tab S2 is its most advanced tablet to date. Show More Summary

Apple might be releasing a thinner, lighter iPad Mini in the next few months

According to a report by KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo picked up by Apple Insider, Apple is planning to release a thinner, lighter version of the iPad Mini at the end of this quarter to boost sluggish sales. According to Kuo's estimates, Apple has sold just 8.8 million iPads this quarter, 33.5% less than last year. Show More Summary

Samsung just unveiled its latest iPad-killer, the Galaxy Tab S2

Samsung has unveiled its Galaxy Tab S2 Android tablet, ending weeks of speculation and “leaks” about the wannabe iPad killer’s specs. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Tab S2 on its press site. The tablet will be available in 9.7in and 8.in size options. Show More Summary

Apple is considering killing off the iPad Mini, new report claims (AAPL)

Apple's next iPad Mini could be its last, if a new report turns out to be true. Chinese language publication Economic Daily News — which has a mixed track record when it comes to accuracy — is claiming that Apple is considering axing the iPad Mini to focus on other products. Show More Summary

Apple Pay holdout Barclays has finally caved and promised to add support (AAPL)

Longtime Apple Pay holdout Barclays has caved in and promised to support the contactless payment technology, mere hours after the service launched in the UK. Apple Pay lets iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch users make payments of up to £20 in store by waving their device next to compatible contactless payment terminals. Show More Summary

Your iPhone is getting a new feature that makes it a lot easier to go back to the last app you were using (AAPL)

At first, the upcoming operating system for iPhones and iPads, iOS 9, looks the same as before. But there are a lot of tiny differences coming that'll make your device easier to use. In the iOS 9 beta, which anyone can test now, there's a new feature that makes it easy to go back to the last app you were using. Show More Summary

Apple's new iPhone update is making the home screen obsolete for me (AAPL)

I've been using an early version of iOS 9, Apple's next big software update coming to iPhones and iPads, for about a day now. There's one thing I've noticed above anything else so far — I barely ever navigate to the home screen. That's because the new Siri Suggestions screen in iOS 9 has almost everything I need. Show More Summary

The 2 best features coming to the iPad

iOS 9 — Apple's latest software update — will finally bring some long-awaited changes to the company's popular tablet.  Produced by Matthew Stuart Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

This is the most gorgeous change Apple is about to make to your iPhone

Apple has begun rolling out the public beta of the next version of its iPhone and iPad operating system. It's called iOS 9 and there are a few changes that are going to make big differences in the way you use your iPhone. The most aesthetically pleasing tweak Apple has made is in the iPhone task switcher. Show More Summary

You'll be able to save a ton of battery life on your iPhone soon (AAPL)

One of the new features in iOS 9, the upcoming operating system for iPhones and iPads, is a low power mode that will extend your device's battery life. For years, iPhone users would have to manually tweak settings in order to preserve juice. Show More Summary

Apple may release new faster iPods in different colors next week (AAPL)

Apple is reportedly planning to release new iPod Touch and iPad Nano models next week, according to a new report from French website iGen.fr. The announcement is expected to come on Tuesday, July 14, but the report also notes that Apple could release them sooner. Show More Summary

Apple made a tiny change to the iPhone keyboard that everyone has been begging for (AAPL)

iOS 9, the upcoming operating system for iPhones and iPads, has a seemingly minor new addition to the on-screen keyboard, but it's something users have been begging for. Now, when you press the shift key, the letters on the keyboard change to either lowercase or capital. Show More Summary

Apple's new iPhone update is already helping me, and I've only used it for a few hours (AAPL)

Apple's iOS 9 is more of an incremental change than a big makeover for the iPhone and iPad. The additions are subtle, but they're designed to make everyday tasks a lot easier and more convenient. And, in some ways, Apple is catching up in areas where Android was pulling ahead. Show More Summary

All of the new features coming to your iPhone and iPad this fall (AAPL)

Apple just released the public beta for iOS 9, its next big update for iPhones and iPads, which will officially launch in the fall. The update brings several new features to Apple's products, including the new Apple News app, a more powerful version of Siri, and better multitasking for the iPad. Show More Summary

You can now try Apple's next big update for the iPhone — here's how to get it (AAPL)

The public beta for iOS 9, Apple's next major update for iPhones and iPads, is now available for anyone to try. Since it's a beta, that means it's a very early version of the software — so there will likely be a few bugs and it's not going to be as polished as the version you'll see released in the fall. Show More Summary

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