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Plenty of productivity-focused iOS app makers used Macworld/iWorld to roll out updates to their software.
The iPhone and iPad started life as objects of delight, but this week's expo shows that they've become extremely useful devices. Can iOS still be fun?
Apple's tablet is already helping pilots, architects, and car salesmen. What can it do for electricians and plumbers?
Gigsky's forthcoming app will let users comparison shop for the best data plans when they take their mobile devices abroad.
One thing is clear at Macworld/iWorld: The iPad has become an indispensable tool for today's sales staffers as it's useful for tracking customers and making the pitch. And MLeads and iPresent apps can help.
Unlike other iOS-based card readers, there's no dongle required with Flint. It uses the camera on an iPhone or iPad to scan credit card numbers.
Office 2013—as both software and a service—is going on sale, but some new features don’t work perfectly.
But don't worry if you miss out: It's only two bucks every other day.
Apple and Google's Android have the widest adoption among mobile BI (business intelligence) applications, as the products are becoming more mature, according to a report from market research company Ovum.
A new service from VIPOrbit helps keep your contacts synced between your iPhone and iPad.
A new dongle from Digital Innovations solves the problem of underpowered USB ports.
This fast and easy conferencing service goes mobile, offering iPhone users quick tools for setting up and joining calls.
If you spend more time out of the office than inside it, this free app keeps your CRM tools close at hand. And it's free.