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Google reveals Android 4.4 KitKat will require an SMS app to be set as default

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Google today revealed that Android 4.4 (KitKat) will introduce the concept of a default SMS app, which the user can select in system settings. Furthermore, the new version will make ...
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iPad 5 fingerprint sensor now very likely: Front panel fits iPhone 5S ...

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It's looking more and more likely that Apple's coming iPad 5 will will indeed have a Touch ID fingerprint sensor, just like the iPhone 5S. Looking at all the unreleased iPad components he's been able to amass, Unbox ...
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Apple iPhone, iPad, smoke Android devices in speed and responsiveness tests - Computerworld (blog)

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Smartphones and tablets tested included devices from Apple, Amazon, Nokia, HTC, Samsung, Motorola and Google's Nexus 7.
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Top 15 Android tablet apps for work and play - ZDNet

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Android tablets require good apps to take advantage of everything they have to offer and there are some great ones in the Google Play store.
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Are your iOS apps iOS 7 ready? We can help. - Mantra

Are your iOS apps iOS 7 ready? We can help. - Mantra | A to Z Technology | Scoop.it
Before demonstrating the new version of iOS platform, Apple CEO Tim Cook mentioned that it will be the biggest change to the platform since the introduction of the iPhone. He was right!
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Adobe Photoshop Touch 2013 review - Review

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Photoshop Touch is a full-service photo editing app. It's available on the iPhone, iPad, and legions of Android smartphones and tablets, and is really most appropriate when you need to do heavy lifting on one of those devices – though it's no competitor for the real thing. It's perhaps more appropriate for roughing out ideas, comps and adjustments when you're out and about or kicking back in front of the TV.

There are differences between the tablet version (£6.99/US$10) and the smartphone version (£2.99/$5), but they boil down mostly to screen real estate.

All mobile controls are present on the phone version, but you may have to poke around to find them. The interface and performance on my iPhone 5 and my Samsung Galaxy Nexus were identical—and impressive. In fact, apart from opening or saving large files, there is very little wait or lag time on any of the devices I worked on, including second- and third-generation iPads. I didn't experience a single crash.


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Kitty Fisher's curator insight, October 9, 2013 1:36 PM

This review goes back to the 'kick back in front of the TV,' sort of Adobe Photoshop. It almost feels as if this photo-editing has the mix of complex and yet easy adjustments that you could do with your eyes closed. What I thought was a highlight, was the fact that even with a second and third generation iPad, the system did not crash. That to me has rewarding results, in itself.