Adobe announces a full version of Photoshop coming to the iPad.
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Be aware, Microsoft. Adobe is bringing full Photoshop to the iPad.
Apple CEO Tim Cook pulled his head out of the sand just long enough to dash our hopes and dreams.
once you get past the marketing whitewash, it's not clear why any credible K-12 institution would take up Apple on its new education efforts.
Apple has a new iPad for schools, it's $299 and comes with an entire suite of apps and services for schools. Plus 200GB of free iCloud storage.
Microsoft is making Edge generally available for iPad and Andoird tablet users today.
Microsoft previously revealed that it was working on a version of its Edge web browser for iPad. That app is now available in beta form.
Google is bringing Assistant to the iPad as the company continues to bring its virtual assistant to more customers.
Microsoft is bringing Cortana to Apple's iPad devices today.
Microsoft is adding support for iPads to Microsoft Edge on iOS next month. Android tablets, Chromebook support could be next.
OneDrive is getting a big new update today on iOS. It now has an improved look, drag-and-drop, and more.
The European Union has fined Qualcomm $1.2 billion for colluding with Apple. So why wasn't Apple fined as well?
It's perhaps not surprising that the iPhone dominated the headlines this year. And not always for positive reasons.
Delta is starting the process to move away from Microsoft hardware in favor of iPhones and iPads in all of their planes.
Apple describes every release of iOS as a "major upgrade," and I usually have a problem with that.
It looks like Apple has finally found a way to reverse years of declining iPad sales: Lower the price.
Apple announced iOS 11 this week, and later this month, you'll be able to install a beta version of the new system on your own devices. Here's what you can expect.
When Apple announced that it would finally provide iPad users with access to the file system, I had one question: Would Microsoft make OneDrive available via this new interface?
Apple surprised analysts by announcing lower-than-expected iPhone sales in its quarterly financial results this week. Is this just the latest chink in the armor of a firm that was once viewed as invincible?
Microsoft's Surface beat out Apple's iPad in the J.D. Power 2017 U.S. Tablet Satisfaction Study. But this win is bigger than Surface, I think. And it says a lot about the state of innovation in personal computing these days.
Competition has finally had its inevitable impact on even the mightiest of consumer electronics companies: Apple, suddenly, is competing on price. Just like a normal company.
While Apple is widely expected to issue significant updates to its iPad Pro family, the firm today surprised with far subtler updates to the normal iPad and the iPhone.
Apple today shipped iOS 10.1, a minor update to its flagship mobile OS. Key among the new features is Portrait mode for the Camera app on iPhone 7 Plus.
While Google's excellent Nexus 6P and Android 7.0 Nougat have tempted me, I've stuck with the iPhone, and have likewise been testing the new iOS 10 for the past few months. Here are the features that I think put it over the top.
Did you hear about yesterday's big Apple news? No, I don't mean the iPhone 7 or the new Apple Watch: Those were telegraphed months in advance. The big news. I'm referring instead to the iPad, which Apple also updated yesterday. Just not in the ways you'd expect.
For the past several years, I've had an uneasy relationship with tablets, and I think I've finally figured out why: Tablets are an imperfect solution to a problem that few people actually have. And I don't know why we keep trying to pretend otherwise.
Microsoft has announced a limited new Visio on iPad Insider Program that will help bring Microsoft's diagramming solution to Apple's tablets. But you need to act fast if you want to join.