Daily digest: Trimble launches SketchUp for iPad, U.K. housing secretary Robert Jenrick is out, and more

Welcome back to another news roundup, one that comes halfway through the week and month.

Here’s what’s going on today:

The SketchUp beta comes to iPad

Today (one day after Apple unveiled its latest line of revamped tablets) Trimble announced that the beta version of its popular modeling program SketchUp was available on the iPad. The move allows architects, designers, landscape architects and general enthusiasts the ability to draw more intuitively using their fingers or compatible pressure-sensitive styluses. Cloud-based file sharing will also allow users to access and export files across all SketchUp’s PC, web, and iPad versions.

“With the features we’ve developed specifically for Apple Pencil, we’re able to digitally emulate

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