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5 features the iPad Pro should borrow from the Surface Pro X

5 features the iPad Pro should borrow from the Surface Pro X

Jason Cipriani/ZDNet I use my iPad Pro as my main laptop on a daily basis. It’s portable, forces me to focus on one or two windows at a time, has exception battery life, and is a device I thoroughly enjoy working on. But when Microsoft announced the Surface Pro X , I was intrigued. The […]

Microsoft's Outlook milestone: Android app tops 100 million Google Play Store installs

Microsoft's Outlook milestone: Android app tops 100 million Google Play Store installs

Microsoft Outlook’s AI features: Big help or Big Brother? Microsoft aims to cut the hassle of arranging meetings for Office 365 users with AI email and calendar suggestions. Read more: https://zd.net/2FZDSC1 Microsoft’s popular Outlook email app has surpassed 100 million installs on Google’s Android app store.  Reaching 100 million installs on the Play Store may […]

Apple releases iOS and iPadOS 13.3 with bug fixes and Screen Time improvements

Apple releases iOS and iPadOS 13.3 with bug fixes and Screen Time improvements

Does iOS 13.2.3 fix iPhone battery drain issues? Adrian Kingsley-Hughes says the short answer — and one that you might not be hoping for — is “maybe.” Read more: https://zd.net/37pHmcI Screenshot by Jason Cipriani/ZDNet Apple on Tuesday released iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 for all compatible devices. The update is available right now and can […]

iOS apps could really benefit from the newly proposed Security.plist standard

iOS apps could really benefit from the newly proposed Security.plist standard

Image: Ivan Rodriguez Earlier this month, security researcher Ivan Rodriguez proposed a new security standard for iOS apps, which he named Security.plist. The idea is simple. App makers would create a property list file (plist) named security.plist that they would embed inside the root of their iOS apps. The file would contain all the basic […]

Check out our Thanksgiving tech support survival guide (2019 edition)

Check out our Thanksgiving tech support survival guide (2019 edition)

Holiday advice for ID theft prevention Adam Levin, chairman of Cyberscout, talks with Tonya Hall about how to protect your identity, especially as the holiday season quickly approaches. It’s that time of year again… Thanksgiving is a time of year which sees “the techies” and “the non-techies” come into contact. And chances are that you, […]

iOS 13.2.3: Does this fix the battery drain bug?

iOS 13.2.3: Does this fix the battery drain bug?

Does iOS 13.2.3 fix iPhone battery drain issues? Adrian Kingsley-Hughes says the short answer — and one that you might not be hoping for — is “maybe.” Read more: https://zd.net/37pHmcI The other day Apple released iOS 13.2.3, an update that amongst other things, addressed bugs in Mail, Files, Notes, and Messages. But what the release […]

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