How slim can an iPad keyboard get? Belkin’s Thin Type Keyboard Case takes its QODE keyboard design and applies it to a keyboard case that measures only 4mm thick. Is that enough to make a comfortable typing experience, or would you be better of with something else?
The pencil is coming back, with a return to form from the thing that let you fill out forms, or just write and draw as you please. App developer FiftyThree is leading the charge with a Bluetooth “Pencil” made for its popular app “Paper”.
It’s not hard to see Apple’s iPad Air 2 as a serious content creation tool, and we’ve even written a book on the thing, but to do that, you generally need a decent set of keys, and these can make the iPad look a little bigger, but Moshi hopes to solve this.
Families might have a reason to switch telcos, at least until other mobile providers wake up and smell the breakfast, because Optus has started offering something with real value.
March 31 wasn’t just another day; it was a day to remind you to do something. And it’s something important for all people with a computer, smartphone, tablet, camera… just about anything that is digital.
We always wondered what would become of Windows RT, the light version of Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system that could only run apps made for Windows 8. Today, it is no more, as Microsoft announces a new version of Surface that is all grown up.
HP has a history in working with companies that love sound, and now that Beats is owned by Apple, it obviously needs a new partner, which is why it is turning to sound innovators B&O.
A new tablet is on the way for people who need tablets to be a little more rugged than the rest of us, as Samsung embraces the “Active” name once more.
Forget the typical October Windows launch dates, because Microsoft is eyeing the season, with winter being the likely time to see Windows 10 hit shelves.
When Samsung launched its Galaxy Tab S last year, we saw a different side of Samsung. No longer was it trying to play catch-up to the iPad, competing properly with a sharp high-res screen, thin textured body, and a speedy processor. Six months on, is this still a great tablet?