Microsoft's new Windows Ink makes stylus input way more useful

When I reviewed Microsoft’s Surface Book last year, I was struck by how badly Windows 10 handled pen support. Windows has supported styluses since the days of tablet edition for Windows XP, but Microsoft hasn’t really invested heavily in building ink into every part of Windows. Annotating screenshots, emails, and documents …

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Top 5 Windows 10 Features!

Windows 10 is finally here, but should you upgrade? Check out this video I did with HP: http://bit.ly/1MQLgO2 Tell them I sent you! FOLLOW ME: Snapchat … source

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Remembering the early, glorious Mac web

Jason Snell worked at Mac magazines for 20 years and was lead editor at Macworld for a decade. Now he writes about Apple at sixcolors.com and podcasts at relay.fm and theincomparable.com. It’s hard to believe it now, but in the early days of Steve Jobs’ return to Apple, nobody was …

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What were your first iPhone and iPad apps?

Apple turned 40 today — and the iOS App Store turned seven years, nine months, and about three weeks. It’s not exactly the same round number, but it did get me thinking about my years and years of really odd downloads. So I decided to look back at my purchase …

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iPad Pro 9.7-inch Review: A Dazzling Tablet, but Still No PC

When he unveiled the new, superfast, normal-sized iPad Pro onstage last week, Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller said something really weird: “There are over 600 million PCs in use today that are over five years old. This is really sad! These people could really benefit from an iPad Pro.” What …

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