Popular Apps Articles for 2017
With the right apps, you can view PDFs, convert them, and even add your own comments, right on your iPad. Here's an updated look at some of the best PDF[...]
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here, and while the best way to watch it is on a giant TV, some people will need to use their tablet instead. Fortunately, setting[...]
Mobile printing is one of the most useful functions you can accomplish. Here's a guide on how to print from a tablet or phone.
Apple's Pages, Numbers, and Keynote are now available for free to anyone who wishes to download them. The same is true for iMovie and GarageBand.
Your Internet Service Provider can now legally track you and sell your info. There are some steps Android users can take to protect their privacy, however.
Your Internet Service Provider can track and sell information about you, but there are steps iPad and iPhone users can take to keep web browsing private.
Petcams are old news, but the Petcube Play also sports a laser pointer so you can interact with your furry friend.
iOS 11 will no longer support 32-bit applications, so iPad and iPhone software that hasn't been updated in years won't run on the next OS version.
Those who want to save money by “cutting the cord” don’t have to give up recording their favorite shows with the Tablo DUAL over-the-air DVR.