Category Archives: tablet

Apple’s latest update saves crashing iPhones

iOS 9.3 (and below) users have been complainting that their devices crash whenever they tap on a link. The problem lied in the new Universal Links added to iOS, which enabled apps to open links without leaving the apps themselves. But, it led to devices crashing when developers abused this feature, since Apple didn’t put an upper limit on the Universal links. Continue reading Apple’s latest update saves crashing iPhones

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Report: Apple is working on paid-subscription support for the News App

When Apple announced the News App last year, it was met with a mix of excitement and boredom. The publishers were excited because it could prove to be a major source of traffic, and they could grab more eyeballs, while the consumers were tired of yet another news aggregation application. Continue reading Report: Apple is working on paid-subscription support for the News App

Ericsson is now going to take its cut from iPhone and iPad sales

An Apple logo is seen inside the Apple Store in Palo Alto, California November 13, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Companies have many different ways of making money. Some make money from hardware, and some make money by selling software. Yet others make money by licensing out their technology to everyone. Continue reading Ericsson is now going to take its cut from iPhone and iPad sales

Amazon makes night-time reading easier with latest update

The blue light emitted by the displays of many of our devices has been blamed for straining our eyes and as the reason behind lost sleep. In fact, blue light is seemingly responsible for a large number of sleep disorders. Continue reading Amazon makes night-time reading easier with latest update

Adobe brings the Photoshop features you actually use to a free App

Photoshop Fix Is One of the Best Free Apps For Fixing Selfies

Adobe Photoshop is an incredibly powerful photo-manipulation tool that is used by creative professionals across the world. Unfortunately, it is also used by millions of casual users, who only use it for ‘touching up’ their photos by making minor edits. This is a gross underuse of what is the most powerful photo-manipulation tool on the market. Continue reading Adobe brings the Photoshop features you actually use to a free App

Amazon’s next flagship Android Tablet would look like it is running Android

Amazon 10-inch Kindle Fire

Usually, when you talk of companies customizing Android, you hear about skinning and bloatware. Customizations on top of Android. You never heard about anyone actually messing around with Android’s innards, and for the past few years, Amazon has done just that with FireOS. Continue reading Amazon’s next flagship Android Tablet would look like it is running Android

Microsoft announces a cheaper Surface Pro 3

In a bid to reach more users, Microsoft is introducing a cheaper version of the Surface 3 with the same processor and less storage. It had the same quad-core Intel i7 Processor, but storage is around 128GB, which is less than the 256GB found in other variants. Continue reading Microsoft announces a cheaper Surface Pro 3

Apple stops production of the original iPad Mini, removing the red herring in its product lineup

Apple used to have a very simple product lineup. Earlier, there was only one product in  a product line, and all you had to decide was the color and the storage capacity.

Continue reading Apple stops production of the original iPad Mini, removing the red herring in its product lineup

Amazon announces a new Paperwhite: Sharper Screen, better fonts

Some time ago, Amazon unveiled its most premium eReader yet, the Kindle Voyage, with the best screen in the Kindle’s lineup and a few other nifty features. Continue reading Amazon announces a new Paperwhite: Sharper Screen, better fonts

At WWDC, Apple announces the feature we have been clamoring for: iPad Multitasking

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When Apple announced the iPad in 2010, it divided people into two groups: Those who appreciated the iPad’s industrial design,and were in awe of how much power was packed in the slate, and on the otherside were the naysayers. Continue reading At WWDC, Apple announces the feature we have been clamoring for: iPad Multitasking