Apple and Cisco team up to make iPhones and iPads better for enterprise.
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
Apple and Cisco tout a "fast lane" for the devices that allow iPhones and iPads to more quickly run through Cisco's network.
With the rumored additions of an App Store and motion control, it's not surprising that gaming is said to be one of the major areas of focus for the upcoming Apple TV. While a number of games for iPhone and iPad offer support for play...Show More Summary
After the huge IBM deal Apple inked not too long ago, the company has struck a similar deal with another gigantic corporation, Cisco Systems, which should help it further increase iPhone and especially iPad sales. DON’T MISS: iPhoneShow More Summary
Corporate users will soon have one more reason to choose Apple's mobile devices over those from other firms, as networking behemoth Cisco is set to team up with the Cupertino company to optimize enterprise networks for iPhones, iPads, and iOS apps.
Apple has announced a new partnership with Cisco that will result in a “fast lane” for enterprise customers using iOS devices on Cisco’s networks and push iPhone and iPad into Cisco’s enterprise environments. With Apple’s support, Cisco...Show More Summary
Apple Inc. and Cisco Systems Inc. are teaming up to help bring more iPhones and iPads to business users.
The name Antihero is certainly ironic, as it draws immediate inspiration from Hero Academy [Free]. I got a demo of the game on iPad at PAX Prime 2015, and it needs to be on your radar. The premise of the game is that you are commanding a team of Victorian rapscallions who are trying to
Earlier this month, Google announced plans to compete with Apple's AirPort wireless routers with their own Wi-Fi router, OnHub. Now the company has released its companion app for OnHub for the iPhone and iPad, called Google On. It allows owners of the router to quickly set it up, control and improve their network connection and more. Show More Summary
Eatsa has no lines because it has no cashiers. You order on an iPad, your name comes up on a transparent LCD screen box, and you pull out a bowl of quinoa. Opening today in San Francisco at 121 Spear St, Eatsa is a new restaurant designed around technology. Show More Summary
For close to a year now it has been rumored that Apple is working on a significantly larger iPad, one that might possibly have a 12.9 inch display and will be called iPad Pro. Obviously Apple has not yet confirmed if such a product is in the works but we hear whispers about it consistently nonetheless. Show More Summary
This month’s image of the North Arm of the Saglek Fjord in Torngat Mountains National Park in Labrador. 1920×1200 | 1920×1080 | 1600×1200 | 1680×1050 | 1600×900 1440×900 | 1280×1024 | 1280×800 | 1024×768 iPad | iPhone 6 | iPhone 6 Plus | iPhone 5 2560×1600 (MacBook Retina 13?) | 2880×1800 (MacBook Retina 15?)
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Parts shipments for a 12.9-inch "iPad Pro" will likely begin in September, resulting in production of about 1 million units per month this year -- but with new touchscreen technology and suppliers, according to a J.P. Morgan investor memo.
August was a busy month for new and updated iPhone and iPad apps – from fashion, to social apps, to the re-emergence of mayorships on Foursquare’s Swarm. We’ve pulled together the best apps from the last month into one handy list. All you need to do is read through and choose your own favorites. Show More Summary
When you're looking for a Wi-Fi signal, it's sometimes fun to imagine that you might one day be able to see the waves of available Internet access as they flow from various, hidden hotspots around you Well, now someone has created an...Show More Summary
Apple has never allowed ad-blocking software on the iPhone or iPad. This is one among many reasons that I ditched both. Not because I hate ads all that passionately, but because it's an example of the obsessive corporate control Apple maintains over its environment. Show More Summary
Today’s best deals include Monopoly on Android, Lifeline on iOS and LightTrac on Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick! More »
Apple’s move to make it easier to block ads on iPhones and iPads is troubling publishers and heightening tensions with its Silicon Valley neighbors like Google.