Adobe Unveils Ink and Slide Stylus and Ruler Combo for iPad

2:46 PM, Jun. 18th, 2014 · · Product News

Adobe's Mighty and Napoleon iPad stylus and ruler have finally moved from the drawing board to shipping products, although now they have new names: Ink and Slide. The Ink stylus is pressure sensitive, and the two devices work together with Adobe's Creative Cloud for accessing, storing and sharing content.

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Adobe is serious about being a strong player in the mobile market, and its Ink and Slide combo have the potential to turn our iPad styluses into more than replacements for our finger tips. The new stylus and ruler are also a clear sign that Adobe wants to make Creative Cloud an indispensable part of our creative world.

Apple Adds Entry Level 21.5-inch iMac to Desktop Lineup

8:54 AM, Jun. 18th, 2014 · · Product News

Apple introduced a new 21.5-inch iMac on Wednesday the company is calling its entry level model. Pricing starts at just over US$1,000, includes Intel's Core i5 processor, and the same design as its larger screen siblings.

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Apple hasn't been a company known for targeting low-end buyers, but this new entry level iMac market sure makes it look like the company wants to steal away more of the desktop from the PC market.

FiftyThree’s Pencil Stylus Draws Up Surface Pressure in iOS 8

9:44 AM, Jun. 17th, 2014 · · Product News

FiftyThree, the makers of the popular iPad drawing app Paper, are planning on adding a new angle to their Pencil stylus this fall when Apple launches iOS 8. The stylus will gain Surface Pressure control which lets users control the width and darkness of lines based on the tip's angle.

Swiftkey - Officially Coming to an iPhone Near You

12:58 PM, Jun. 3rd, 2014 · · Product News

Swiftkey on iOS 8

LONDON - Swiftkey announced on Tuesday that it would bring its namesake keyboard replacement to iOS 8 when it's released later this year. A key feature in iOS 8 is the ability to support third party keyboard replacements like Swiftkey through Extensions, and not surprisingly, Swiftkey said it was rather pleased by the announcement.

Apple Announces Support for Third Party Keyboards in iOS 8

3:52 PM, Jun. 2nd, 2014 · · Product News

SwiftKey

Apple announced support for third party keyboards in iOS 8, correcting a long-standing shortcoming of the mobile operating system. The support is part of Extensions, a new feature in iOS 8 that allows features in an app to be extended to other applications.

Apple Opens iOS to Developers through Extensibility

2:54 PM, Jun. 2nd, 2014 · · Product News

Apple made both developers and end users happy on Monday with the introduction of extensibility as a new feature in iOS 8. Extensibility will let developers build apps that interact with each other and share information, but without giving up the security sandboxing brings to the iPhone and iPad.