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iPadOS 13.4 adds full mouse and trackpad support

iPadOS 13.4 with full mouse & trackpad support released

That iPad you have sitting in a forgotten drawer is about to become more useful. On March 24, 2020 Apple is set to release iPadOS 13.4. Among many new features and bug fixes is the main headline many have been waiting for: full mouse and trackpad support.And this time...

How to stream YouTube videos to a TV using an iPhone, iPad

I paired an Apple iPad with a Sony PlayStation 3 and was able to stream YouTube videos in a matter of minutes. How were the results? Read on to find out.

Next Issue iPad app adds 8 new titles including ESPN, Fast Company, Food & Wine

We recommend the iPad version (4.5 out of 5 stars) of Next Issue. Not only will you get a larger selection of magazines, you'll also get faster downloads and smoother overall performance.

Analyst cuts 2013 sales of Google Nexus devices by 34%

Ironically, because Google loses money on the Nexus 7, shipping less of them actually has a positive impact on profitability.

Amazon announces upgraded Kindle Fire, attacks iPad with Kindle Fire HD

Bezos took the wraps off Amazon's iPad killer, the 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD. The larger tablet features a high-resolution 1920x1200 display, in-plane switching (254 pixels per inch), dual speakers featuring Dolby Digital Plus.

Top Tech Headlines: iPad Mini, new Lenovo 9-inch tablet, Samsung Galaxy Player 5.8

Given Apple's tremendous success with the iPad, its foray into the 7-inch space now dominated by Android (Kindle Fire, Nexus 7) should be cause for concern among the competition.

Apple goes back to school with iPhone 5, iPad Mini

If the rumors come true (and these days the grapevine has been overwhelmingly accurate), Apple will be finally attempting to deliver a non-patent blow to Samsung.

Apple to acquire Pinterest?

The business model is ripe for the plucking. Think Groupon circa 2009, before that became an explosive category with over 500 copy-cats worldwide.

5 Reasons why Amazon’s Kindle Fire is succeeding

Late last year I predicted the Amazon tablet would sell like hot cakes and become that season's Cabbage Patch doll. While I wasn't spot on with my timing, the Kindle Fire is selling extremely well.

Protect Your iPad: 2 cases that make the grade

Both of these products brought me one step closer to reconsidering the wisdom of keeping my tools unprotected.