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Displaying items by tag: Multitasking

Multitasking on iPad, when it was finally introduced, was always a bit fiddly, and needing a bit of grokking to properly understand, but in iPadOS 15, multitasking looks simple, easy and intuitive.

Published in Home Tech

Deloitte has released the Australian version of its Mobile Consumer Survey 2015, where for Australians, the smartphone reigns supreme. iTWire has the full video of the survey’s launch.

Published in Mobility

The seemingly inevitable is finally upon us - Internet use has almost taken over from TV as our preferred source of entertainment, while reading news online has overtaken newspapers according to a new survey.

Published in Entertainment

Microsoft's next update to its Windows Phone 7 platform is codenamed 'Mango', where Microsoft presumably hopes that the man, and the woman, will go and get a Windows Phone 7.

Published in Mobility

Skype has finally released Skype 2.0.1 for iPhone with full multitasking support, including the decision to drop charges for calls made over the 3G network, but in what is a massive disappointment, there is still no support for Bluetooth headsets.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 06 April 2010 19:37

Top 10 feature demands for the 2011 iPad 2.0

Yes, just days after the US launch of the iPad, it's time for a top 10 list of feature demands to make the iPad 2.0 even more magical and revolutionary!

Published in Home Tech

In a stunning move just two days before the iPad launches into the US market, to be followed within the month to other countries, Steve Jobs will announce later today that the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad OS 4.0 will be released - with multitasking.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 12 March 2010 13:29

Multitasking coming to iPhone?

Apple will reportedly introduce full multitasking in version 4.0 of the iPhone OS, due out this summer.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 22 September 2009 11:37

Don't think and drive - you'll do both poorly

Researchers at Stanford University have clearly demonstrated that those of us who claim to be able to multitask are actually less able to complete any of our assigned tasks than those of us who attempt tasks one-at-a-time.

Published in Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!

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