Adonit's Jot Touch may be the best iPad stylus yet, although the way the apps handle its pressure-sensitivity data could use some work.
Asynchronous turn-based games are quite popular for the iPhone and iPad, but racing games really don't translate well to this slower-paced, casual format.
If you want to know what's happening in your vicinity, these iPhone and iPad apps promise to keep you informed of nearby happenings.
This app contains information and photographs featuring 20 national parks. It's a decent offering on the iPhone, but it's really impressive to see what National Geographic does with the iPad's larger screen.
Houzz lets you scroll through hundreds of thousands of photos and products and add them to your own virtual lookbooks, but you can also peruse informational content, buy products, and find professional home-design services in your local area directly through the app.
New iPod touches and nanos may spring to life this fall, the latest Mac Trojan horse is making its debut, and one director has a new favorite P.A.
The latest versions of Tiny Wings -- a 2.0 update for iPhone users and an entirely new release for the iPad -- contain everything you loved about the original side-scrolling game, with a lot of welcome new features.
The Olympic torch is about to be lit in London. If you're heading across the Atlantic to watch the Games in person, we look at some apps that might be able to help you find your way around town.
Despite some performance lags (which are more notable on older iOS devices), this ebook will delight preschool and elementary school-aged children.
With gameplay that seems less concerned about baseball and more focused on building up a bankroll of virtual currency, this iOS game is a swing-and-a-miss for baseball fans.