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USB keys don’t get love over in the world of Apple’s iPhone and iPad, but that’s about to change as SanDisk reveals a key that works with a computer and an Apple Lightning port.
Some of us are just clumsy, and while technology is often getting stronger, sometimes you just need a case. Fortunately, if you’re an iPad Mini owner and are a little clumsy and know it, there’s a new accessory arriving to stop the tears from any unexpected (or semi-expected) falls.
A new year means a new iPad, and here we are with another model ready for consumers to take home. Is the latest iteration Apple’s best, and does it have what it takes to survive the onslaught of tablet competitors heading its way?
There’s a new definition of thin in town, at least in how it applies to tablets, as Apple builds the world’s thinnest tablet, hitting 6.1mm.
If you live on your tablet and use it like a laptop, you probably find it a little frustrating that you can’t charge your phone from a spare port like you can a notebook’s USB port, but peripheral maker Kensington is making a fix for that.
Apple’s iPad Air has held the tablet benchmark for many for a good year, and while Sony’s Xperia Z2 Tablet has provided some good competition, Samsung is betting its new Tab S will attract even more eyes.
Security problems aren’t going to stop, and this week’s doozy affects Apple, which is a change from the regular Android and Windows issues, with the government suggesting all iOS users change their passwords pronto.
Last year’s “Ultimate Keyboard” for the iPad sure ticked a lot of boxes, but didn’t totally nail it. Can the second attempt clinch it for Belkin over other brands?
Sony’s take on the tablet world has never been to clone products made by anyone else, and its new tablet for 2014 proves this by evolving last year’s Tablet Z by making it better than ever, with a thin, light, and element resistant product. Is it worth your time?
Do you only like your iPad when it’s used with a keyboard, but find that last part too bulky? Moshi has an answer with a case that hides its keys.