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Review: Fourth-generation iPad is faster, stronger, better | Macworld - 7 views

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    In case you missed this comprehensive review of the new iPad (4) with Retina Display. Good coverage spanning all versions of the iPad (including mini) and recent iPhones in the performance benchmarks. YMMV ;-)
John Evans

How the iPad helps scientists do their jobs - iPad/iPhone - Macworld UK - 5 views

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    " Email to a friend Print this article Bookmark this page RSS feed It wasnt so long ago that Chris Grant would regularly take a whole laboratorys worth of equipment with him into the wilderness. These days, he just takes an iPad."
John Evans

Mood Music: A Collection of Essential App Reviews Sorted by Editor's Rating | Macworld - 1 views

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    "Looking for a certain song that matches the mood you're in? These iOS app promise to pull together music that's appropriate for your current mindset."
John Evans

Discover hidden features in iOS's built-in apps | Macworld - 5 views

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    "You've probably mastered your favorite built-in iOS apps, like Camera, Mail, and Safari. But other apps come preloaded on your iOS device, and they include some features you just might not have discovered yet. "
John Evans

Nine fun ways to stop summer brain drain | Macworld - 4 views

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    "It goes by many names, but the syndrome is the same. Whether it's dubbed "summer learning loss," "summer vacation slide," or good-old-fashioned "summer brain drain," studies show that students usually have to relearn four to six weeks of classwork at the beginning of every school year. On the brink of the lazy days of summer, what's a parent to do? Here are nine ways to use your Mac and iOS devices to keep your kids sharp during the summer. Add your own advice to the comments at the end of this article. "
John Evans

Two World War II reference apps for the iPad Review | Macworld - 1 views

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    "I've recently spent some time with a pair of apps-World War II Interactive and Timeline World War 2-that take the same information about the war that I pored over decades ago and present it in an eye-popping new fashion. Both apps are worthwhile downloads for history buffs, particularly students, but one of them in particular does a standout job of putting its own stamp on the story of the conflict. "
John Evans

The Week in iOS Apps: Something old, something new | Macworld - 4 views

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    "This week's roundup of apps brings us big updates to some of our old favorites, as well as new ways to speak, travel, and take photos. "
John Evans

Four open questions about iBooks Author | Macworld - 5 views

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    Four open questions about iBooks Author by Lex Friedman, Macworld.com Jan 20, 2012 1:15 pm iBooks Author is an intriguing app and a a big deal for publishers. But while the app is obviously very new, some aspects of the software give me pause. Here are my questions for Apple about the iBooks Author. (And yes, I've sent them all Apple's way, though I haven't heard back just yet.) "
John Evans

How to capture video from an iOS device | Macworld - 6 views

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    "Reader Andrew Lane is interested in the technique I used to capture video from my iPad's screen"
John Evans

Configuring the kid-friendly iPad | Macworld - 1 views

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    "We've covered configuring an old iPad for a child in print and podcast form. To make sure we've touched every base, we round out our look at the kid-safe iPad with this week's Macworld Video"
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