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The new iPad and Apple Pencil helped me finally understand the utility of a tablet

The new iPad and the compatible Apple Pencil are good for on-the-move multitaskers.
Some of the free stuff Epic Games is giving away as an apology to players for an extended offline issue.

After a major ‘Fortnite’ outage, players are getting these free goodies

The team at Epic Games is really sorry about that major "Fortnite" outage, and it wants to reward your patience with some free stuff.

Apple’s latest iPad may be boring, but it’s the perfect tablet for most people

The new 9.7-inch iPad is the most sensible iPad you can buy — and possibly the best tablet in the world.

Apple’s new iPad for schools is nearly impossible to repair

Schools may need to pay Apple or repair specialists to do routine maintenance.

Apple just released iOS 11.3 — here’s what’s new in the massive iPhone update and how to download it

The Apple iOS update includes four new Animoji, more immersive augmented-reality features, and a new tool that lets you check your phone's battery capacity.
Apple's Greg Joswiak introduces the Logitech Crayon at Apple's education event in Chicago on March 27, 2018.

Logitech’s new ‘Crayon’ is a great-looking Apple Pencil alternative that costs half the price — here’s how it works

It was revealed alongside Apple's new iPad at an Apple event in Chicago that had an emphasis on education-based technology.

Apple slides despite announcing a slew of new products

The selling came as the broader market got whacked.

Apple’s got a new app for helping teachers and students — it’s called ‘Schoolwork,’ and it’s part of a bigger educ...

Apple's got a new iPad aimed at schools, and it's got a new app to help teachers and students work together: "Schoolwork."

Apple just introduced a new iPad aimed at teachers and students — take a look

Apple announced the new iPad at an education event in Chicago.

Apple is holding a big education event tomorrow — here’s everything we’re expecting

The new iPad will be aimed at students and teachers in an attempt to win back some of the ground Apple has lost in the education market, Bloomberg reports.