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10 things in tech you need to know today (GOOG, AAPL, TWTR)

1. Apple is reportedly planning to release its long-rumoured super-sized iPad on September 9. The iPad Pro, along with a new iPad Mini, are expected to hit shelves in November. 2.Twitter has talked to Cisco's Padmasree Warrior and CBS Interative boss Jim Lanzone about being its next CEO. Show More Summary

Apple's giant iPad is coming next week, report says (AAPL)

If you've been waiting patiently for a super-sized iPad, September 9 may be your lucky day. Apple is reportedly planning to take the wraps off its much-rumored iPad Pro that day alongside its new iPhone, new Apple TV, and a slew of other products, according to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman. Show More Summary

Apple is trying to turn iPhones and Apple Watches into smoke alarms (AAPL)

Apple's patent filings indicate that it is pressing ahead with its plan to build smart smoke detectors for the home, AppleInsider reports. New patent filings show that Apple could be preparing to fit future models of iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches with small smoke detectors. Show More Summary

Why Apple's Tim Cook just made a surprise appearance at Cisco's humongous sales conference

Cisco's new CEO Chuck Robbins is starting his term with a big partnership: Cisco has struck a surprise deal with Apple to make iOS devices — iPhones and iPads — work better on networks powered by Cisco gear. Cisco announced the dealShow More Summary

This app lets you visualize the WiFi signals pulsing around you

A new exhibit titled the "Architecture of Radio," created by Dutch artist Richard Vijgen,  visualizes the overlapping signals that envelop us — from cell towers, WiFi routers, and even satellites flying overhead, using an iPad app. Video courtesy of Richard Vijgen Follow BI Video: On Facebook   Join the conversation about this story »

Apple is officially letting Windows users watch its big iPhone event for the first time ever (AAPL, MSFT)

Usually, when Apple holds a big product announcement, it only lets Mac, iPhone/iPad, or Apple TV users watch the live streamed video. But on September 9th, when Apple is holding its next big event, Microsoft Windows 10 users are invited to the party, too, as first noticed by GeekWire. Show More Summary

Someone at Tumblr jazzed up the app’s release notes with wacky fan fiction about founder David Karp (YHOO)

In the release notes for a recent update to Yahoo's Tumblr blogging app for the iPhone and iPad, the company did something a little...different. Where usually, the release notes include a list of changes to the app (or at least the frustratingly...Show More Summary

This app lets you visualize the WiFi signals pulsing around you

We all inherently understand that there are various types of electric signals bouncing around us at all times, but since we can’t see them, their existence is easy to forget. But a new iPad app created by Richard Vijgen, called Architecture...Show More Summary

This clever poker app turns your iPhone into your card hand and your iPad into the dealer

There are plenty of poker apps out there for your iPhone and iPad, but Bold Poker sets itself apart by cleverly using an iPad as the dealer and table, and nearby iPhones as each person's poker hand. Bold Poker has been around for a while now, but we were recently reminded of just how awesome the app is thanks to Daring Fireball's John Gruber. Show More Summary

Why Microsoft decided that its poop emoji shouldn't smile

A lot of thinking went into the design for the poop emoji. On iPhones, iPads, and Macs, the "poop" emoji looks like this: It's practically a cultural icon at this point. But on Windows, it looks like this: Note the lack of a smile. Show More Summary

The world's most accurate Apple analyst just revealed some new details about the upcoming super-sized iPad (AAPL)

Apple is working on a larger iPad that will come with a Force Touch screen just like the Apple Watch, says KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has an excellent track record when it comes to predicting future Apple products. Force...Show More Summary

Apple has a clever idea for an iPad case that changes depending on the apps you use (AAPL)

Apple is clearly thinking about how it can make accessories for the iPad more useful and functional. The company was recently granted a patent for an iPad case that can interact with apps to display notifications through the cover and more. Show More Summary

Apple just hinted at a new iPad Mini that's more powerful (AAPL)

When Apple unveiled its iPad 3 last year, it was criticized by some for being an incremental update that didn't really justify the price jump. Now, however, the latest rumors suggest Apple's next iPad Mini will be more powerful than the last. Show More Summary

Apple has tested at least 3 different styluses for the iPad (AAPL)

Apple has previously tested multiple prototypes for a stylus intended to work with the iPad, a former Apple engineer who requested to remain anonymous told Business Insider. At least three different stylus prototypes were present at Apple about four years ago, this person said. Show More Summary

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

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