Don't-Miss App Stories
Spreadsheet makers, rejoice: Google Drive’s mobile app has been revamped to let accountants and listmakers create and edit spreadsheets directly from their Apple and Android mobile devices.
Google gets ready to turn over a new leaf with Maps for iOS, Apple may be the only tech company legally able to bring you page turners, and Nintendo turns to iOS apps with in-app purchase.
The LTE-enabled iPad minis are coming! The LTE-enabled iPad minis are coming! Elsewhere, Apple lays down the law for its accessory makers, and announces its workshop closure for the holidays.
Like games? Music? Being organized? How about hearing William Shatner read poetry? We've got you covered.
AT&T has launched a new Locker app for iOS that provides free online storage for photos, videos, and documents, but its concept is hobbled by restrictions and is best avoided.
This week, Apple announced a slew of new products for you to spend your hard-earned money on, we took a look at some great new software and hardware, and what week would be complete without us showing you how to do things that you've never done before.
While the world waits for dedicated Microsoft Office for tablets, CloudOn is providing Word, Excel, and PowerPoint via fresh iPad and Android apps.
Citrix Systems has released an enhanced GoToMyPC app for Android devices allowing anyone with an Android phone or tablet, including Amazon's Kindle Fire family, to access their Internet-connected Mac or PC over a mobile network.
It's already October. That means that it's just a few weeks to Halloween, and then a few more to Thanksgiving, and then it's time to start feeling holly and jolly, whoa nelly, let's pause and take a break with another edition of the The Weekly Wrap.
The New York Times on Tuesday launched a Web app available only to print and digital subscribers.
Using the phone's location awareness and calendar, Birdeez can build a customized list of species that a birder is likely to see
If you need to sign a document and don't have a printer or fax machine handy, this free app makes it possible -- and legal. It even integrates with your Evernote account.
The iPhone may be due for China any day now, just in time for Apple to send an $82,000 check along with it. And you'll be shocked at the surprising winner of Apple's mapping shortcomings.
This week’s roundup of iOS apps is all about the multimedia entertainment: We’ve got video, we’ve got music, we’ve got games, and we’ve got the brain of Albert Einstein. Really.