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This ultrathin keyboard cover for the iPad Air by Anker can compete with the big accessory makers and at half the price.
iPhone sales are up, but iPad growth crumbled. Apple CEO Tim Cook explained more on its earnings call. Cook also explained the firm's greater push to reach the enterprise.
Apple's iPhone sales did far better than expected, despite a three-month period in the company's history in which nothing happened.
Anker makes my new favorite USB charger. Here's why it should be yours too.
As Apple's financial disclosure draws near, analysts are comparing iPad sales numbers with those of the Android tablet market. The problem with that is there is no such thing as the Android tablet.
The workforce and the technology it relies upon are rapidly evolving to meet new trends and demands both in and out of the office. Always-on connectivity and instant access to information have made...
Carrying the iPad around, especially in the office, calls for a protective case. These new cases from Logitech serve that need, and are also unique stands. We go hands on with the iPad Air cases.
Expect a boring, quiet quarter. At least until the very end, when WWDC 2014 kicks off in early June. That's when the fireworks really begin.
Every day I see iPads, a lot of iPads, out in public. What I rarely ever see are Android tablets.
Microsoft's newest Office 365 subscription plan is now generally available and includes iPads among the devices it supports.
Using an iOS ad identifier for anything other than its intended purpose, or not respecting a user's Limit Ad Tracking settings can lead to an apps denial or removal from the App Store - and it should.
Enterprise users looking for ways to connect their iOS devices to Exchange servers have more choices than ever. Apple's Mail, Contacts, and Calendar apps aren't the only options any more.
The busy professional can spend a lot of effort keeping up with schedules, or just let this calendar app handle it.
Some companies have more money than sense. But Apple has both. What could the firm buy with its $159 billion cash pile? And what makes more sense?
Adobe continues with its mobile push, but if you want to edit photos on the go, you'll need a subscription.