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PhoneFactor, an authentication system that uses mobile phones as a second factor for improved security, is now available as an app for Apple's iPhone and iPad.
Microsoft Office may be bound for the iPad, Apple's painted a bull's-eye on Target, and Consumer Reports says that the Nook Tablet and Kindle Fire are the best tablets that aren't the iPad.
On Tuesday at the CTIA Enterprise & Applications trade show in San Diego, Polycom introduced its RealPresence Mobile software, which extends its RealPresence videoconferencing system to the three high-profile tablets, including the iPad.
Open-source BI (business intelligence) vendor Jaspersoft is joining the ranks of companies adding support for Apple's wildly popular iPad.
Macworld has Introduced three additional newsletters, targeted at creative, business, and digital photography enthusiasts.
QuickBooks for Mac 2012 won't ship until later this month. But Jeffery Battersby has gotten the chance to spend a little time with the updated accounting application and weighs in with some first impressions of QuickBooks’s changes and enhancements.
Intuit announced QuickBooks for Mac 2012 on Wednesday, promising more than 50 features and enhancements for the update accounting program when it ships later this month.
Cloud-storage provider Syncplicity has revamped its iOS app, expanding the offering into an iPad-friendly hybrid version that will let users access their documents from just about any device they own.
Adobe, the company responsible for bringing PDFs to the desktop computing masses, has launched an app that lets users create documents in the format on their iOS device.
Michael Dell and HP go head-to-head on the PC industry, Lenovo throws down the gauntlet in the tablet space, and it's The People vs. Apple on censorship.
Quicken, Intuit’s deprecated but still ubiquitous personal finance management application, no longer works on Macs running Lion. How do you manage your personal finances if Quicken won’t work? Fortunately there are several alternatives to help you keep tabs on your cash flow.
A forthcoming update for Office 2011 will support Lion's Auto Save, Versions, and full-screen features, but it's still a few months away from release.
Microsoft last week confirmed that customers running Office for Mac will experience problems with the suite on Apple's new Lion operating system.
Users of the Mac speech recognition program will now be able to talk and type in Word 2011 documents with the update to Dragon Dictate released Monday. Version 2.5 of the application also adds support for Dragon Remote Microphone, an iOS app that turns your phone into a wireless microphone.