From far-out flagships and Indian delights, to Holo pursuits, TalkTalking nonsense, Building bridges and iPads that just won't fly, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
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About 24 American Airlines flights have been affected, with some forced back to the gate by a glitch in the Apple iPad app used by pilots to hold critical maps and flight plan information.
At San Francisco's RSA conference, mobile security firm Skycure has revealed an iOS vulnerability to malformed SSL certificates that can throw an iPhone or iPad into a perpetual boot loop.
According to a new listing on the Microsoft Store website, Microsoft Band owners will soon have new ways to view their health and fitness data thanks to new apps for Xbox One, Windows 8, and iPad.
It looks like the rumored "iPad Pro" could support dual charging ports according to a new case leak. The images show cut outs for two charging ports in different areas of the larger tablet.
Popcorn Time has finally arrived on iOS devices. Although not an official release via the Apple App Store, it does still offer a streaming solution that can be loaded without jailbreaking.
Apple's bigger version of its popular tablet has seemingly been delayed until later in the year thanks to issues with the supply chain. The larger device was supposed to reinvigorate the tablet market
In his latest interview, Tim Cook, has revealed his vision for the upcoming Apple Watch and the challenges behind creating and selling a relatively new type of device for the company.
A patent filed in January by Apple reveals that future mobile device made by the Cupertino-based company could be tracked even if the device appears to be powered off.
Vodafone's IT and communications solutions will provide Ryanair, one of Europe's largest airlines, with mobile services, ticketing and check-in support, and iPad 'electronic flight bags' for pilots.
Microsoft has added support for handwriting and drawing with a stylus in OneNote for iPad, and has introduced optical character recognition - which can search for text in images - across all devices.
Google released an update for their iOS Google Play Music app earlier today, finally adding support for the iPad. The application allows you to store your music, download, stream and more.
If you would like a simple way to keep track of what is happening in your home when you are away, the HomeMonitor HD can do live video feeds, record motion at set times and archive all video online.
The number of tablet users is still growing at a great speed, but not for long, due to abundance in developed markets, as well as competition from other mobile devices like phablets and hybrids.
Leef's iBRIDGE will instantly allow you to add up to 256GB of storage to your compatible iOS device. The device seamlessly connects via the Lightning connector and is available now.
Considering the growing number of diseases caused by insufficient use of public toilets in India, the Indian government is taking steps to use technology to assess and track toilet use in the country.
VLC is a very popular media player that many of us depend on, and after mysteriously disappearing from the App store following the release of iOS 8, the app is ready to return in early 2015.
Microsoft gets in the holiday spirit by doubling its free albums offering, making the total of free downloadable music albums a whopping 100 through the Music Deals & Xbox Music apps.
The popular Firefox browser has so far been absent from Apple's App Store but Mozilla has finally taken the decision to jump on board and give its fans what they've been waiting for.
The LAUSD is officially putting a stop to a program that was set to purchase an eventual 1.3 billion dollars worth of iPads and distribute them to all the students in the district.
From Amazon at your Post Office and the world's largest video games collection, to festive bargains, Windows updates, and Google's EU breakup, we look back at highlights from the week's top tech news.
It looks like Apple is ready to unleash its Surface Pro 3 contender in the form of the 'iPad Air Plus'. This new tablet is rumored to have a 12" screen, four speakers, and a 2015 release date.
Tablet sales growth has almost ground to a halt with the iPad seeing its first yearly decline. However, Android and Windows-powered tablets are seeing continued improvements over market averages.
Microsoft has announced that it is dropping the requirement of an Office 365 subscription for its Office apps on iOS and, soon, on Android, effectively making Office free across all mobile devices.
Microsoft partnered up with CNN for the elections coverage and gave the news team a bunch of Surfaces to proudly display, but some of the announcers couldn't let go of their iPads during the event.
A Russian news agency has revealed that the country is set to impose a ban on Apple devices connecting to the US due to storage of iCloud data overseas, which has been forbidden by a recent law.
Apple has released iOS 8.1, which is available to download now, and includes various features such as Instant Hotspot, Continuity improvements and support for the company's Apple Pay service.
From Windows news and Android 5.0, to a bunch of Apple devices, Surface, Xbox and PS4 updates, stuff on fire, and Bono, we take a look back at highlights from the week's top tech coverage on Neowin.
Apple took the stage today at its headquarters in Cupertino where it has announced the next iteration of its iPad Air, the Air 2, and it brings with it updated specs including TouchID.
Apple has sent out invites for a media event that will take place on October 16th and it is widely expected that the company will talk about new iPads and iMacs are said to be included too.
Previously exclusive to Android, Google's News & Weather app is now available on iOS, offering content from 65,000 publications around the world - but don't expect it on Windows Phone any time soon.
Apple is getting ready to unveil its new line of iPads at a relatively small event on October 16th. Alongside the new iPads the company is expected to launch OS X Yosemite and the brand new Apple Pay.
Better late than never, Microsoft's Windows Phone platform picks up the important news aggregate app Flipboard and is now available for download.
Brunette Shoot Blondes might not ring a bell, but the Ukrainian indie/electro/pop band is making waves with their new video "Knock Knock." The new video uses 14 different Apple devices to tell a story
Apple has topped the CoolBrands list yet again - but Google and YouTube also made it into the top-10, as did Instagram. However, Twitter fell out of the top-20, while Microsoft was nowhere to be seen.
Apple is reportedly planning to unveil its next-generation iPad Air and iPad mini at an event on October 21, and is also said to be preparing for the full release of OS X Yosemite on the same day.
Apple has released the next major update to iOS today, iOS 8, and if you want to get it on to your device today, we have the links and the process to update your device after the jump.
Even though Microsoft paid $400m to make the Surface "the official tablet of the NFL," in at least two separate incidences the announcers during the games referred to the Surface as an "iPad."
Microsoft continues to be the first choice of the education sector, as a Texas school district and a London-based academy have chosen its products over those offered by Google.
Microsoft has announced that you can now buy Office 365 subscriptions inside of its Office for iPad applications but it is not worth the convenience as there are cheaper options available.
From bad design to buggy code, Apple has a list of reasons for rejecting apps from being released to the iTunes app store and now the company has revealed the most common ones on its website.
Samsung's back at it again, using Apple as a catalyst for its commercials. This time they are pitting the Galaxy Tab S against the iPad Air. But, how long will Samsung be king?
Microsoft may soon have some competition on its hands in the large-screen tablet realm, with Apple reportedly taking on the Surface Pro 3 with a 12.9-inch iPad set for release in early 2015.
AdThief, a malware developed by a Chinese hacker, has been reported to have infected over 75000 iPhones and iPads combined, according to a paper published by a security researcher.
New information from a report by Bloomberg suggests that new iPads are going to be unveiled later this year. Sources claim that the potential follow-up to the iPad Air will include an AR coating.
With health and fitness being all the rage, iOS 8 has certainly beefed up in that respect adding a multitude of features through the upcoming HealthKit app, including tracking your breathing!
2K Games has announced the original "BioShock" will make its way to Apple's iOS platform, though details on the games release are limited beyond that it's "coming soon."
Apple has announced that it sold 35.2m iPhones, 13.3m iPads and 4.4m Macs in its third-quarter results for its 2014 fiscal year, generating $37.43bn in revenue and net profit of $7.7bn.
A man from Peru has managed to find his stolen car thanks to the "Find My iPhone" feature on his iPad which allowed him to track the whereabouts of the culprits and report to the cops.
Last year, the LA school district signed an agreement with Apple to purchase 30,000 iPads for $30 million with expectations that they would eventually spend $500 million on iPads - but not any more.