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11.09.13
Caturday: Pippin's iMac house
11.09.13

Caturday: Pippin's iMac house

Some cats just hang out on the furniture provided by their owners, others have nice and cozy pet b...

By S. Sande,   11.09.13
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01.03.13
Daily Update for January 3, 2013
01.03.13

Daily Update for January 3, 2013

It's the TUAW Daily Update, your source for Apple news in a convenient audio format. You'll get...

By S. Sande,   01.03.13
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10.01.12
John Sculley discusses ARM and the Newton
10.01.12

John Sculley discusses ARM and the Newton

One of the products often pointed out as the sterling example of an Apple failure is the Newton...

By S. Sande,   10.01.12
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09.04.12
Rare Newton-based Siemens NotePhone up for grabs on eBay
09.04.12

Rare Newton-based Siemens NotePhone up for grabs on eBay

Anyone with a museum of rare Apple antiquities should head over to eBay, where an extremely rar...

By S. Sande,   09.04.12
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06.25.12
Kindle Fire transforms into a Mac Plus and Newton MessagePad
06.25.12

Kindle Fire transforms into a Mac Plus and Newton MessagePad

Last year when the Amazon Kindle Fire first hit the market, I bought one for US$199 to do resea...

By S. Sande,   06.25.12
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06.01.12
A hands-on reconsideration of the Newton
06.01.12

A hands-on reconsideration of the Newton

Harry McCracken over at TIME Techland has written a beautiful piece about a 20-year-old piece o...

By S. Sande,   06.01.12
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08.11.11
How one Newton owner uses his device every day
08.11.11

How one Newton owner uses his device every day

The Apple Newton is ancient history, right? The short-lived device made its debut in 1993 at Macw...

By S. Sande,   08.11.11
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12.18.10
PhatPad: a Newton-like note-taking app for iPad
12.18.10

PhatPad: a Newton-like note-taking app for iPad

There are so many good note-taking apps out for the iPad that it's hard to believe that someone just...

By S. Sande,   12.18.10
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01.25.10
Pen input faces off against hardware and software QWERTY keyboards: there can be only one (maybe)
01.25.10

Pen input faces off against hardware and software QWERTY keyboards: there can be only one (maybe)

It's completely anecdotal and lacking in what some might call "scientific rigor," but we're digging...

By P. Miller,   01.25.10
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