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This week brings an iOS version of a Star Wars movie as a game-driven storybook. Plus: apps for foodies, game players, weather bugs, and more.
We all have to schedule and attend meetings, but for some reason they can still be a pain in the neck. Here are some techniques that'll make herding the cats a little easier.
You've likely searched for messages in Mail, but chances are you aren't taking full advantage of all the ways that Mail lets you find exactly what you're looking for.
So much for Office for iPad arriving too late.
Microsoft’s Office is now available for the iPad as a collection of three apps: Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Microsoft made the announcement at a press conference in San Francisco hosted by Satya Nadella, his first since being appointed CEO.
With another big third-party keyboard launch, Apple could finally feel some pressure to consider integrating other keyboards with iOS.
Managing your schedule so events and appointments are synced between multiple devices (and, for some people, visible to multiple users) is anything but simple. Here's how three power-users get it done.
New Clear app will be offered free twice in coming weeks, to migrate users of the expiring Clear+ app over to the permanent version.
Which paper shredder provides the most pulverizing power?
One of OS X's most-useful features is the capability to save any printable document, webpage, or file as a PDF. This week's video shows you some nifty ways to get more out of this feature.
Dan Frakes shows you how to get more out of OS X's ability to save any printable document, Web page, or file as a PDF.
Among this week's new and updated apps, we feature an offering designed to help you make the best Caesar salad ever. Really. Plus, games, social media, and more!
Many power-users cried foul when Apple removed support for AppleScript from its Numbers spreadsheet app. Well, they can all calm down: AppleScript in Numbers is back.
Password protection, keyboard shortcuts, and lists of shared documents are just a few of the latest improvements to Apple's online productivity suite.
This week's roundup of iPhone and iPad apps includes a fresh update for a much-loved cooking app. Also featured: new apps for those who love photos, scheduling, studying, and their dogs.
This week's roundup of new and updated iOS apps features a novel way to put your kids to work. Plus, a game that really lets you use your head, and a tour of the National History Museum.
The mobile file-sharing apps will disappear on January 31. The move comes after Google bought Bump four months ago.
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