It has taken Microsoft a few months, but the software behemoth has finally decided to start rolling out mouse and trackpad support to Office for iPad users in a phased rollout that will take about two weeks.
The "Easter egg" of wired and wireless mouse and trackpad support in accessibility options was left out of the keynote, but so much was packed in that iPadOS is the world's most interesting new operating system.
ASUS has unveiled impressive new 13, 14 and 15-inch "thin and light" laptops with its most compact designs ever, featuring enviable four-sided frameless NanoEdge displays for "near-borderless visuals" alongside its NumberPad innovation.
Apple has forcefully asserted its dominance in the trackpad space by introducing Force Touch capabilities, letting you get a better feel for touching Mac interactions.
Plugging a computer into the big TV in the lounge room is an increasingly common, but how do you drive it? Logitech's new wireless keyboard adds to the available choices.
Although Microsoft is now extremely belatedly bringing in a clone of Apple's Magic Mouse, where the heck is Microsoft's photocopied Magic Trackpad?
A rumour suggested Apple was planning to do away with the Magic Mouse. Does that make sense?
OMG! Scientists make the earth shattering discovery that the screens of iPhones, iPads and other smart devices can carry germs, whether through display in stores or by the sharing of devices prompting calls for hand sanitizers and anti-bacterial wipes, but while hygiene is always welcome, isn't the whole thing a bit of a beat up?
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