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How to Remove or Change the 'Sent from my iPad' Signature

How to Remove or Change the 'Sent from my iPad' Signature

If you don’t want every e-mail recipient to know that you’re sending e-mail from your iPad, or if you want to add a different signature for business, here’s how to change or get rid of it.In the Setti...

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How to Access Alternate Characters on the iPad Keyboard

How to Access Alternate Characters on the iPad Keyboard

The iPad’s keyboard offers some quick (but partially hidden) ways to access special characters and oft-used punctuation.Emoji: Your iPad will either have an image with a smiley face or a globe on it...

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How to Re-arrange and Manage Application Icons on the iPad

How to Re-arrange and Manage Application Icons on the iPad

As most iPhone users know, it’s much easier to keep track of and find apps when they’re arranged in a logical way. You have up multiple screens to play with, so why not move apps onto different sc...

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How to Reboot the iPad

How to Reboot the iPad

If the iPad freezes and stops responding to taps or button presses, you can reboot it without losing data. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time until the screen g...

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How to Set the EQ on the iPad for Better Sound

The iPad’s audio quality is pretty good, but you can improve it by changing the EQ settings.Play a favorite track in the Music app to use as a baseline.Press the Home button, then tap the Settings a...

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How to Select, Copy, and Paste Text on the iPad

Copying, selecting, and pasting text on the iPad works differently depending on which app or area the user is in. Here are some quick tips to make the process easier.In apps where double tapping alrea...

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How to Quickly Transfer Images from an iPad to a PC

How to Quickly Transfer Images from an iPad to a PC

Though iTunes is great for copying individual music tracks and video to and from an iPad, getting individual images you’ve saved on the iPad from the Photos app isn’t as easy. E-mailing each image...

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Designing an Android Tablet for the Blind

Designing an Android Tablet for the Blind

The Orion 18 has many of the specs you’d expect on an Android tablet: Wi-Fi and 3G, GPS, an accelerometer, camera, 32GB of internal memory, an SD card slot, and a full-size USB port. However, in pla...

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What To Do If A TSA Agent Stuffs Your iPad Down His Pants

What To Do If A TSA Agent Stuffs Your iPad Down His Pants

It's an old, and all too often told story: Airline passenger checks bag with expensive electronics equipment, arrives at destination sans expensive electronics equipment thanks to a grabby TSA screene...

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Video: ASUS Ultrabook Combines MacBook Air Slimness, Core i7 Muscle

Video: ASUS Ultrabook Combines MacBook Air Slimness, Core i7 Muscle

Last night we got a sneak peek at an upcoming notebook from ASUS that's due to give major competition to the Apple MacBook Air and the Samsung Series 9. The Ultrabook (UX21) is an all-metal, super thi...

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Makes Us Ask: Why Aren't Tablet Cameras Better?

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Makes Us Ask: Why Aren't Tablet Cameras Better?

In our review of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 I lamented that the tablet's camera did not end up matching early specs released by Samsung. The company initially claimed that the rear-facing cam would be 8 mega...

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Face-Off: Nook Color vs. Galaxy Tab WiFi

Face-Off: Nook Color vs. Galaxy Tab WiFi

Now that Barnes & Noble has updated its popular Nook Color eReader to make it more like a tablet, consumers have a hard choice to make. With the tablet market full of offerings that cost $400 on u...

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