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iPad

Line of tablet computers marketed by Apple, Inc.

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September 18, 2020

Apple releases the new 8th-generation iPad.

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Samuel Axon
September 18, 2020
Ars Technica
Online orders are backing up, but retail is now an option.
BBC News
September 4, 2020
BBC News
Facebook has warned that Apple's privacy plans could render some of its tools useless.
Roman Loyola
August 26, 2020
Macworld
You can get any of the Office 365 apps in the Mac App Store and use your current subscription with them.
Roman Loyola
August 25, 2020
Macworld
The updates are available for Mac, iOS, and iPadOS.
August 18, 2020
WebWire
Apple today announced two new live global radio offerings on Apple Music, now available to music fans in 165 countries. Beginning today, Beats 1, the flagship global radio station, will be renamed Apple Music 1, and two additional radio stations will launch: Apple Music Hits, celebrating everyone's favorite songs from the '80s, '90s, and 2000s, and Apple Music Country, spotlighting country music. Since Apple Music's launch in 2015, Beats 1 has grown into one of the most-listened-to rad...
Glenn Fleishman
August 14, 2020
Macworld
Apple now makes an abundance of options available.
Jason Cross
August 13, 2020
Macworld
Apple is adding several welcome new privacy-minded features to your iPhone and iPad this fall.
Jason Snell
August 12, 2020
Macworld
It needs UI improvements and wider range.
Stacy Liberatore
August 7, 2020
Mail Online
Seabird poop is a million dollar market. The waste is used in commercial fertilizer and nutrients contribute to marine life health. Experts say the feces generates at least $400 million a year.
Jonathan Chadwick
August 7, 2020
Mail Online
University of Cambridge scientists analysed data from 600,000 adults, drawn from five different datasets, including individuals questioned as part of a Channel 4 documentary.
Ian Randall
August 6, 2020
Mail Online
The 99 million-year old insect stunningly preserved in amber from Myanmar was trapped just as it embraced its final victim - an ancient relative of the cockroach.
Corinna Burton
August 6, 2020
Mail Online
The colourful LEGO Super Mario Adventures collection has fast become an Amazon bestseller and will probably be at the top of many Super Mario fans' Christmas lists this year too.
Stacy Liberatore
August 5, 2020
Mail Online
Rare stellar explosions, called 'calcium-rich supernovae,' produced half of the universe's calcium and what is found in our teeth and bones, as it can create massive amounts in just seconds.
Ryan Morrison
August 5, 2020
Mail Online
An international team of researchers led by Queen Mary University of London used data from the sub-seafloor to create a new global picture of the ocean biosphere.
Stacy Liberatore
August 5, 2020
Mail Online
Experts warn hat if greenhouse gas emissions are not curbed, heatwaves could kill 73 people per 100,000 by 2100. The number of fatalities is more than HIV, malaria and yellow fever combined.
Ryan Morrison
August 5, 2020
Mail Online
Scientists from the University of Adelaide and South Australian Museum worked with Otago University, New Zealand to study the rare tuatara and its genetic makeup.
Ryan Morrison
August 5, 2020
Mail Online
Experts say a fire in Beirut started after a spark from a welder likely ignited the highly reactive chemical ammonium nitrate, causing a blast the equivalent to three million kilotons of TNT.
Ian Randall
August 5, 2020
Mail Online
Researchers from the US used data from 3,600 men and a new scale of harmful masculinities to explore how toxic masculinity can impact health and society.
Joe Pinkstone
August 4, 2020
Mail Online
Researchers from the University of Cambridge created a new way to look at genes in the early human embryo to determine their function and found a potential route for coronavirus infection.
Stacy Liberatore
August 4, 2020
Mail Online
An Inca offering used in human sacrifice rituals over 500 years ago was found in a Bolivian lake. A small gold bracelet and llama figure found inside were once covered in children's blood.
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