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Google Assistant arrives on iPad

Google Assistant is launching today on iPad, allowing customers to control their smart home, make calls, send texts, set reminders and more, from their Apple tablet. The smart assistant was first launched on iOS at Google I/O 2017, following its earlier introduction on Android devices, led by Google’s Pixel phone. At the time, however, it had only been available in ... Read More »

Top iOS 11.2 power user tips and tricks

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Worst iOS 11 annoyances, and how to fix them

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Apple readies two new iPads for release: Report

see also ​Apple defends iPad, tablet turf with price cut The core 9.7-inch iPad will now start at $329. Apple isn’t shy about trying to convince tech buyers to upgrade. Read More A recent filing by Apple with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) suggests the company is getting close to releasing two new iPads. First spotted by French website Consomac, ... Read More »

Mophie Powerstation AC and USB-C XXL portable batteries: Hit the road without worrying about a power source

techrepublic Here’s what developers really think about AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform providers lack adequate support resources for developers. Read More The days of removable batteries in smartphones and tablets is gone with more and more laptops and other devices also incorporating sealed battery designs. External battery packs are necessary when you our out of the office and ... Read More »

iPhone source code leak? Apple cracks down on ‘iOS bootloader’ posted on GitHub

The leaked code could provide clues to vulnerabilities that could be used to compromise, jailbreak, and decrypt iOS devices. Image: CNET Someone has published the purported source code for the iOS bootloader, iBoot, potentially opening the door for hackers and jailbreakers to find vulnerabilities in Apple’s mobile OS. Motherboard reports that the iBoot source code for iOS 9 was leaked ... Read More »

Apple could let you run iPad apps on your Mac

Apple is working hard on the next major versions of its operating systems — macOS, iOS, tvOS and watchOS. While iOS is the big elephant in the room, the most intriguing new feature could be for macOS. According to reports from Bloomberg and Axios, Apple will let you run iPad apps. Yesterday, Axios first reported that Apple’s senior vice president ... Read More »

Apple-based retail tech shows mobile at the core of commerce

Jason Cipriani/CNET Getting personal: How retailers are using tech to remake shopping Online shopping has changed our expectations around customer service and bricks-and-mortar retailers are changing in response. Read More You may have seen iPads used in kiosks or docked inside a Square cashless register stand. But Apple mobile technology is being used in a far broader number of ways. ... Read More »

ZAGG Slim Book keyboard for Apple iPad Pro 10.5: Enhances productivity with valued improvements

Video: Apple unveils new 10.5-inch iPad Pro After purchasing my Apple iPad Pro 10.5 last summer, I tested the ZAGG Rugged Messenger keyboard and found it to be the best of all keyboards I tried. ZAGG recently released a new model, the ZAGG Slim Book that improves upon the Rugged Messenger and is now my preferred keyboard for optimal productivity. ... Read More »

Mophie Powerstation AC: 22,000mAh battery pack with standard A/C socket

Image: Mophie Road warriors are often found with battery packs in their bags to keep their devices powered up when a power source is not readily available. Most of these battery packs have USB-A, USB Type C, and microUSB ports for charging mobile devices. free pdf Special report: The future of Everything as a Service SaaS has set off a ... Read More »

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