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The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is like the Android iPad Air you always wanted

20 minutes agoTechnology : Mashable: Tech

You might be hard-pressed to pick the new 9.7-inch version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 out of a lineup of Apple iPad Air 2's Side by side, the similarities are striking, though upon closer examination you’ll notice the Samsung is slightly smaller, and it has a fairly prominent logo next to its camera and light sensor. Show More Summary

Leaked: Apple TV set for launch in October, price may be as high as $199

New iPhones won’t be the only big ticket item Apple announces at its upcoming media event slated to take place on September 9. While there have been rumors that Apple may take the time to introduce new iPad models, one new product that will assuredly be on the agenda will be a completely revamped Apple TV. Show More Summary

Apple’s iPad Air Versus iPad Pro: Is The Rumored Bigger iPad Worth The Wait, And When Can You Get It?

Apple fans are waiting with bated breath for the next iteration of the Cupertino tech giant’s bestselling tablet line, but this year could shake things up considerably with regard to the iPad Air. Apple might be on the verge of introducing yet another version of the iPad, but will it be worth the wait? Given... Show More Summary

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Slim makes an impression

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Slim was meant to be a notable competitor for Apple's iPad Air 2. This has certainly been the case as there is no doubt that the tech giant has come out with an excellent tablet.

iPad App, Lark by Storybird

iPad App Review by Susan Stephenson, Perhaps you already know Storybird, a website where kids and adults can immerse themselves in building their own stories with others’ art. Now we have Storybird’s new app, Lark. Show 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 »

A year ago on Unclutterer

2013 Knife block with integrated stand for iPad (or any other tablet)As someone who frequently uses an iPad in the kitchen to manage recipes, this knife block seems like a great solution to the problem of where to safely rest … Continued Post written by PJ Doland Let Unclutterer help you get your home or office organized. Show More Summary

3 reasons why good parenting means reduced screen time for your kids

We’ve all heard that common refrain that the iPad is the perfect babysitter of the modern age. While some parents say it in jest, others are perfectly serious—the average kid today spends 9 hours a day looking at a screen. Letting kids play with a

iMore show 473: Hey siri, give us a hint!

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — iPhone event invites are out and Siri's teasing September 9. Tim Cook emails Jim Cramer and Ian Rogers leaves Apple Music. Show More Summary

Electronics-sniffing dog found thumb drive with ex-Subway pitchman's porn stash

Technically Incorrect: Jared Fogle, who pleaded guilty to child pornography charges, had his porn collection discovered by a dog whose nose can differentiate between a thumb drive and an iPad.

Intuit Releases New QuickBooks Online App For Windows

Intuit today announced the new QuickBooks Online app for Windows which allows users to work seamlessly across all devices and platforms, including: Windows PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, and through the Web browser. The QuickBooks Online Windows app includes PC keyboard shortcuts, toolbar, menus, and multiple windows support. It also provides all of the popular […]

Galaxy Tab S2 vs. iPad Air 2 vs. Nexus 9

Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2, Apple's iPad Air 2, and Google's Nexus 9 are among the hottest tablet products being pitted against each other nowadays, and consumers are always trying to evaluate a device's specs to determine which would be their best option.

Apple iPad Pro: Big Tablets Set For Popularity Explosion

Microsoft may have been first to the tablet market with their failed attempt to launch a Windows XP tablet in 2012, but it was only when the Apple iPad hit stores that the tablet market really exploded. It will no doubt be frustrating to Redmond to have made the first move into larger, content creation... Show More Summary

Mater Dei beats Bishop Amat in back-and-forth battle

It's my 39th season covering high school football. When I saw seven iPads lined up on a table behind the Santa Ana Mater Dei bench Friday night for coaches to watch instant replays against La Puente Bishop Amat, I shook my head and mumbled, "Wow."

Get to know the iPad's new 'split-view' feature in iOS 9

Ever wanted to run two apps at the same time on your iPad? Well, now you can.

How to use the iPad's new 'slide-over' feature in iOS 9

Your iPad is learning new tricks with iOS 9, including the ability to let you view information from one app while using another.

'Sentinel Command' For iPad Review - Spinning Plates In Outer Space

Way back in the before times, when I was a little fellow attending elementary school, I often found myself doodling on the paper in front of me. Well, to be honest, I did that in junior high school, high school, and university, too, but that's neither here nor there. The point is, my imagination wandered

'Heroes Of Might & Magic 3 HD' Gets A Long-Awaited Update, Goes On Sale For Half Price

Earlier this year, when Heroes Of Might & Magic 3 - HD Edition [$4.99 (HD)] released for the iPad, I was hoping it would be the start of Ubisoft porting more of the classic Might & Magic games to iOS. The iPad version of the game had its share of quirks, most of which I outlined

Astropad Mini turns your iPhone into a graphics tablet

The makers of the Astropad iPad app have launched a version for the iPhone, aptly called Astropad Mini. Like the iPad version, the new app allows you to use your Apple device as a graphics tablet when working with imaging applications such as Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom using Astropad's LIQUID technology for communication with the Mac. Read more

Excellent PC Strategy Game Dungeon of the Endless Runs Great on iPad

People with iPads, here’s your new “what should I play on my next airplane flight/long car ride?” game. It’s part roguelike. It’s part tower defense. It was born on PC. It survived its port to tablets. It requires brains and reflexes. And it’s also really good. Read more...

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