App update suggests Apple Pencil support coming to rumored 9.7" iPad Pro

Article Image A Thursday update to popular iPad drawing app Astropad Graphics Tablet suggests Apple’s next-generation 9.7-inch iPad, rumored to launch as a “Pro” model next week, will bring support for Apple Pencil.

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Apple predicted to abandon Amazon Web Services for own data centers, analyst says

Article Image Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak believes Apple is considering drawing down its reliance, or altogether dumping, Amazon Web Services in favor of an in-house solution, though the shift might take two years.

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What you can and cannot do with an Apple Pencil on iPad Pro

Article Image The Apple Pencil is more than just a drawing utensil — it can work as a full-fledged, system-wide stylus with the iPad Pro. But there are also certain tasks that just aren’t possible with Apple’s new accessory. Here’s a breakdown of what it can and cannot do.

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iPhone Users Can Test-Drive Samsung Galaxy for One Thin Dollar


Samsung on Friday kicked off the Samsung Ultimate Test Drive, a new promotion aimed at drawing iPhone users into its fold. For just one dollar Samsung will provide iPhone users with a Galaxy smartphone — models available include the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, as well as the S6 edge+ and Note 5 — plus a month of cellular service. At the end of the month users can opt to buy the Samsung device or simply return the handset and go back to their iPhone with no further obligation.

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Apple's upcoming streaming music service reportedly under FTC investigation

It looks like Apple’s efforts to revamp Beats Music is drawing the wrong kind of attention from government antitrust officials, as the company’s dealings with record labels and artists — already said to be the subject of a Department of Justice investigation — are now under scrutiny by the Federal Trade Commission, a report said on Tuesday.



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Microsoft demonstrates new HoloLens prototype, talks up dedicated Holographic processor

Hololens
Microsoft’s HoloLens is drawing big attention at its Build conference thanks to a snazzy new lightweight prototype. Is this the future of computing?

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Ten One Design's Inklet is first 3rd-party app to support Apple's Force Touch trackpad

Pressure-sensitive drawing is now capable with any stylus or just a finger on the new MacBook Pro with Force Touch trackpad, thanks to an update to the Inklet OS X app from Ten One Design.



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Microsoft, Apple withdraw from Android patent trolling: Is the patent war drawing to a close?

The Allies-Axis 1914 Christmas truce, with a smartphone patent spin
After years of relentless litigation, it seems the mobile/smartphone patent war might be drawing to a close. Rockstar, a patent trolling company owned by Apple, Microsoft, Sony, Ericsson, and BlackBerry, has agreed to cancel the lawsuits it had filed against Google and most Android device makers. This follows on from news this summer that Apple and Google had agreed to drop all lawsuits between the two companies, and Apple and Samsung agreed to drop all lawsuits outside the US.

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