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FiiV iPad case has SIM card slot to make a WiFi network

FiiV iPad case has SIM card slot to make a WiFi network

If you have an iPad that supports mobile broadband, you can get on the internet wherever you are without issues assuming there is a wireless signal. If you bought an iPad with WiFi only and then decided that you want to be able to get online away from a WiFi network, you normally need some sort of hotspot device that you carry separately from your tablet.

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Duet turns iOS devices into second screens for Macs

Duet turns iOS devices into second screens for Macs

There are some studies that claim that productivity is increased manifold by a second or more monitors. Whether you buy that or not, it might be pretty handy at times to have that setup as well. But what if you don't have a spare monitor, can't afford one, or can't justify buying one? If you have an iOS device around, especially an iPad, then you're in luck. Duet is an upcoming app that will turn that those into an extended display for Macs.

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Foursquare’s iPad app is now available for download

Foursquare’s iPad app is now available for download

Not long ago (seriously, ten days), Foursquare said they had an iPad app in the works. We admittedly got excited, but quickly filed it deep in the recesses of our mind, knowing it would come someday. We didn’t expect that day to arrive so soon, but it has! Foursqaure’s iPad app is now out, and ready for your restaurant discovery couch surfing adventures. The app is appropriately laid out for iPad, too, offering much more than a blown-up iPhone version. It’s not necessarily new, but there is one new function to celebrate the iPad version.

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Apple Holiday video pulls the Grandma card

Apple Holiday video pulls the Grandma card

This week Apple released a video aiming at televisions and the web TV crowd with the title "The Song". This spot shows off the abilities of the MacBook Air, the iPad, and a few 3rd-party devices in-between. What you'll see here is a mix of Apple products and products Apple might never manufacture, almost as if they're suggesting you'll need more than a collection of Apple-made products to live your life. Time to pull out your guitar, your record collection, and your grandma.

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Microsoft acquires HockeyApp – not what you think it is

Microsoft acquires HockeyApp – not what you think it is

The acquisition team at Microsoft have made known their purchase of HockeyApp, a group that creates a testing grounds for apps. Mobile developers are able to launch HockeyApp in iOS, Android, or Windows Phone then launch their app, testing out its flaws in the process. Microsoft will be taking HockeyApp as it exists today offline, integrating this simple system into Visual Studio, their suite of tools for development of content for all manner of devices, mobile or otherwise. Financial terms have not been discussed.

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Workflow for iOS helps automate your life

Workflow for iOS helps automate your life

You likely do quite a few of the same things on your phone day-to-day, so why not automate them? If you’ve got an iPhone, you’re in luck. An app named ‘Workflow’ has debuted on the App Store, and brings in quite a bit of in-phone automation. In taking simpler tasks you need to do and making them boilerplate issues, Workflow is also really simple. The easy-to-use app is also incredibly adept at setting up tasks for automation, making it really useful for just about anyone.

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iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 with LTE arrive in China

iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 with LTE arrive in China

Apple has announced plans to release the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 with cellular connectivity in China this week. Both slates will support a variety of high-speed cellular networks, and will otherwise bring with them the same features as the WiFi models, which were previously launched in the region. Apple has detailed the pricing, and though it didn't say when the slates would arrive, it seems they're listed on the company's China website now.

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Foursquare says they have an iPad app coming soon

Foursquare says they have an iPad app coming soon

Of all the things Foursquare is good for, it’s not something you can take advantage of via iPad. There’s no actual iPad app from Foursquare! In splitting into Foursquare and Swarm, the need to have check-ins via the Foursquare app proper went away. Now that Foursquare is a lot more like Yelp, they’re ready to let you browse for something to eat or do on your tablet as well. The iPad-only app should be coming in the next few weeks.

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IBM: iOS blows Android away in Cyber Monday shopping

IBM: iOS blows Android away in Cyber Monday shopping

Cyber Monday is a day meant for online deals from around the Internet. A day when you can shop without ever leaving home, and get things not available in stores at a discount. Like they did last week, IBM has released their user stats for Cyber Monday shopping. Unlike black Friday, the disparity between Android and iOS wasn’t even close, with iOS users outpacing Android owner purchases 4:1. Online sales were up 8.5% over 2013, too, with mobile traffic accounting for nearly half of all online browsing.

 

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Google Chromebooks trump Apple iPads in schools, says IDC

Google Chromebooks trump Apple iPads in schools, says IDC

While some might contend Google's dominance in certain markets, like smartphones and tablets, there is one sector where Apple's products usually reign supreme: education. Initially a source of controversy because of price, iPads have become the gadget of choice for schools upgrading to current technology. But apparently, not anymore. According to IDC's latest figures, Google's Chromebooks have surpassed the iPad in shipping numbers as far as schools are concerned, revealing a shifting preference and mindset in the education sector and probably a new source of worry for Apple.

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