Even though Dragon Anywhere can only take dictation inside its own app, it works better than Siri, especially for long chunks of text.
How three smart Mac users make the process of opening, hiding, and closing their apps a whole lot easier.
David Sparks ruminates on Apple's reasons for killing Aperture and iPhoto, and his hopes for the new Photos app.
Too often we hear that the iPad isn't good for productivity, but David Sparks thinks that argument doesn't take into account the delight we experience.
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.
It's the time of year when a lot of us are trying to establish good new habits or give up bad old ones. Fortunately, there's a slew of iPhone apps ready to help.
OS X Mavericks boasts a much improved built-in dictation tool. But how improved is it, really? David Sparks pits it against the established Mac transcription champ, Dragon Dictate.
We all have to keep lists of various sorts—grocery lists, lists of books we want to read, and more. And we all have our own ways to keep those lists on our Macs, iPhones, and iPads. Here's the lists workflow David Sparks came up with.