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Coast 2.0 introduces a handful of improvements that make browsing the Web on the iPad faster and easier.
Tuesday's "we still have a lot to cover" event should bring revamped iPads, new Mac computers, and a passel of new software unto the world.
It's been five years since the release of the first iPhone OS, and a lot has changed with each subsequent release. Take a stroll down memory lane as I chart the changes with each new version.
Apple's bold move into the ripe-for-change textbook market has introduced more questions than answers. Here's a look at some out biggest ones.
The new iPad is rocking a slimmer design with new goodies like cameras and a beefier processor, but it's also missing some things many had expected. Find out what they are.
And scan them, too! Brother's free app works with virtually all the company's Wi-Fi and Ethernet multifunction printers.
Mac OS X 10.4.3 (#3): More on increased fan activity; Motion sensor on some PowerBooks/iBooks no longer recognized; more
Apple releases faster iBooks (up to 1.42 GHz), adds sudden motion sensor, scrolling trackpad
New and Noteworthy: Final Cut gets Sony XDCAM support; Universal Shake announced; more
Mac OS X 10.4.3 Special Report: EyeHome Broken -- downgrading fixes; New version released