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It’s certainly not practical to travel with an external monitor, but Duet Display offers the best way to turn your iPad into an incredibly slim and portable second monitor for your Apple laptop of choice. Duet Display is the best because it’s easy to use, convenient, and reliable.
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The Barefoot College trains middle-aged women from rural villages worldwide to become solar engineers, and Fraser Speirs has just launched a new fundraiser to purchase and transport a set of iPads to benefit the training mission.
Earlier this week, Phil Schiller announced some new changes to the App Store, including updates to subscription models and searches. John Voorhees (MacStories) summarizes the new updates in his post, but suffice it to say that these changes are welcome by users and developers alike.
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