Researchers in Japan and the United States announced they'd found a way to hijack voice assistants including Google Home, Amazon Alexa and Siri using lasers and other focused beams of light, according to a report in the New York Times.
Apple’s newest iPad —the 6th-generation 9.7”— follows in the footsteps of last year’s $329 iPad offering. It is an almost full-featured device, lacking in one area: it has no smart connector. Consequently, Bluetooth is the only wireless option for connecting your new iPad to a keyboard. No fear, however, as iEGrow has two Bluetooth keyboard cases that offer a lot for a very reasonable price. We go hands-on in this mini review of the iEGrow F8S iPad keyboard case and the F180 iPad keyboard with rotatable cover.
Looking to pick up the new iPad Apple announced earlier today? You've come to the right place. Here is everything you need to know about pricing and availability for the new 9.7-inch, Pencil-friendly iPad.
Back in April, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo gave us a roadmap of all the products Apple has in the pipeline for 2014 and now he's back with an analysis of Apple's plans for the Touch ID sensor.
His conjecture is that every new iPhone and iPad model shipping in 2014 will be outfitted with an improved Touch ID fingerprint reader.
Kuo has become one of the most reputable Apple analyst analysts out there who churns out some of the most reliable predictions about Apple's future product plans so it's worth paying attention to what he has to say...
The highly regarded Ming-Chi Kuo sent out a research note this weekend, offering up a number of predictions regarding Apple's future product plans. The KGI Securities analyst believes we'll see major changes to the iPad, iMac and MacBook lines next year.
Kuo, who accurately nailed down several details on the iPhone 5s and 5c months ahead of their releases, says that he believes in 2014, Apple will release a new iPad with a higher PPI (pixels per inch), an ultra-slim 12-inch MacBook, and a lower-cost iMac...