Make It For Teachers And School — A Dynamic And Interactive Content Creator (Review)

make itTeaching is a challenging job. You have to plan every lesson ahead and know each and every students’ strengths and flaws. However, sometimes, you may not find all the material you need in books or even on the internet. You can prepare your own teaching material, but it’s not easy to find the right templates and proper software. This is where Make it for Teachers and School by Planet Factory Interactive comes into play. Make it for Teachers and School gives you readymade templates and material which, with some of your input, can build top notch and attractive teaching material. Read More

Next-Gen iPads Go Into Mass Production

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According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple has started the production of next-gen iPads. Bloomberg, which got the report from “people with knowledge of the matter”,  says that Apple’s suppliers have started the manufacturing of “iPad Air 2” and “Retina iPad mini 2″. Both iPad Air 2 and Retina iPad mini 2 are expected to be launched by the end of this year. Read More

Family Sharing Information Appears On Few Apps

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German website iFun has reported the presence of Family Sharing in a few Apps on both App Store and Mac Store. Family sharing is a new feature that will come with both iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite during their launch in September. Family Sharing allows up to six people in a family to share their purchases made from iTunes, iBooks, and the App Store. Read More

Judge Rejects $324 Million Settlement In Apple, Google Anti-Poaching Lawsuit

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An anti-trust lawsuit was filed in 2011 by tech workers of Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe accusing the four Silicon Valley giants of conspiring to avoid hiring each others workers. Earlier this year the settlement for the lawsuit was agreed at $324 Million, which now has been rejected by U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh. Read More