The latest 'Iron Man' flick isn't just a superhero action movie. It's a commentary on the nexus between technology and humanity, as Jason Snell discovered.
Jason Snell answers a surprisingly common question: How do you save random audio files so they can be played back in a podcast app?
Jason Snell thinks our digital calendars should be smarter than those of the paper variety.
In 2006 Apple added a bunch of podcasting features to GarageBand. Since then? Bupkis. Jason Snell says that with only a few feature additions, GarageBand could make the lives of podcasters much easier.
As an idea sprung from Google’s view of the future of technology, the Chromebook Pixel is intriguing, even intoxicating. But it’s hard to fathom how it works as a real-world product.
With Saturday's release of the new Marvel Unlimited iOS app (an Android app is forthcoming), Marvel's subscription comic service has a new name and a home on mobile devices at last. Jason Snell goes hands-on.
Jason Snell summarizes the current state of affairs when it comes to using the iPad and other tablets as comic-book readers.
The Pebble is a cool, geeky electronic watch that might end up being a whole lot more if the company can make good on its software promises.
Blue Microphones has a new mic, and this one's built for entry-level podcasters without a lot of audio skill.
Pebble announced Wednesday that the final product would begin to ship to backers over a six-to-eight-week period beginning January 23, a few months later than originally planned.
Jason Snell ponders the fate of an iPhone held in the hands of someone from the 1950s.
Jason Snell says Marvel's subscription service works well on the iPad--but because it's Web based, it does have some flaws.
Jason Snell thinks that although the changes to Apple's management structure are risky, the end result might be some much-needed change.
Jason Snell says that writing on his iPad's screen is, somehow, fundamentally different than writing on his MacBook keyboard.