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Clever augmented-reality tricks turn drawings or puzzle pieces into games on your iPad's screen. We tried it out for ourselves.

July 10, 2014

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Crave giveaway: Grovemade wooden MacBook or iPad sleeve

Dress your iGadget in a sleek handcrafted sleeve from Oregon-based Grovemade. A free one.

By July 4, 2014

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How the retina iPad mini and Nexus 7 defined tablets in 2013

Bigger isn't always better. Apple's retina-equipped iPad mini is leading the field at the high end, with Google's Nexus 7 dominating the entry-level and mid-price market.

By December 13, 2013

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Asus Memo Pad 8

The Asus MeMo Pad 8 is an affordable slate with tons of features, but if performance is king, faster options can be had for only $30 more.

July 2, 2014

3.5 stars Editors' rating July 2, 2014
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Apple updates iTunes U with iPad tools

Starting July 8, new features will be available on iTunes U, a free educational application, including student discussions and course creation.

By June 30, 2014

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Mirror your iPhone or iPad to your PC

Splashtop's new Mirroring360 turns your PC or Mac into an AirPlay receiver for displaying your iDevice screen. And it's on sale.

By June 30, 2014

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Free iPad games (Dec, 2013)

Now that you've sunk all your money into an iPad, here are five of the most popular games that cost nothing.

By December 26, 2013

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Is Cannonball the best iPad e-mail client yet?

It might just be. This clever app automatically filters out the newsletters, daily deals, and other unimportant stuff, but keeps it grouped and available.

By December 4, 2013

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Best free iPad games (pictures)

You can get something for nothing after all if you've already bought an iPad. Check out these awesome games, none of which costs a dime to download.

40 Images By December 20, 2013

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Beats Music turns 7 out of 10 free-trial users to paying ones?

The new subscription music service is getting more than 70 percent of free-trial users to pay once the introductory period lapses, according to a Bloomberg report.

By March 20, 2014