Mindwrap is expanding its scope beyond helping big corporations organize and sort documents with a new product called FiledRight that helps small businesses digitize their records.
Apple on Wednesday unveiled three firmware updates designed to address issues with older batteries in its MacBook line of laptop computers.
Portable and less pricey, Apple's little tablet still seeks its business niche—and is finding some surprising takers.
A new online service lets users combine social networking with App Store shopping as they peruse the latest offerings for theiriPhone and iPad. Applr launched Wednesday, the creation of developer Michael Johnston, who has been working on the project since 2010.
This week's roundup of iPhone and iPad applications is full of slime, from the kind you sneeze to the kind that gets you when you're Ghostbustin'. And you know what they say: Bustin' makes us feel good.
Some facilities put on probation, but the company finds rising compliance with its environmental and human rights regulations.
This week's roundup of new iOS accessories offers ways to listen to music, weigh your baby, and plug in your favorite instrument.
This week's list of new Mac accessories includes protection for your laptop, as well as the latest in Thunderbolt and Lightning.
We put four video editing apps to the test.
Streamweaver is a nice way to add some collaborative style to moments you’re already sharing with friends.
Vyclone is a nice little collaborative video-making app for iPhone, but you have almost zero control over who you collaborate with, which makes it an interesting social experience.
Threadlife lets you create a collage of your life in three-second bursts of video to form an impressionistic thread of the events of your life.
Givit's video-editing capabilities make it easy to share somewhat polished video creations with friends and family.
If you are a lover of slow-cooked foods, then this week's roundup of iOS apps includes what must surely be the best app ever created.
Better late than never: Rolling Stone launched on the iPad, Thursday, more than a year after the magazine’s publisher promised the magazine’s tablet version would be forthcoming.