Popular Productivity Articles for 2012
The iPad is great for viewing photos snapped with your digital camera, but the tablet unfortunately has no SD card slot. So how do you get photos from your digital[...]
The iPad mini is Apple's first attempt at making a smaller tablet to compete with the 7-inch crowd. How did it do?
HP's next tablet is going to cater to the unique needs of the business world. Will HP fare better with Windows 8 than webOS? Check out our extended video preview[...]
Samsung's next tabletphone sets a high bar for the other exhibitors at this week's IFA. We go hands-on with this upcoming tabletphone.
Beyond a tablet-optimized design, Skype 3.0 is touted as bringing much better sound quality, among other things. How good are these claims? Read the full review.
FileMaker, a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple, has released three new editions of its Bento personal database for consumers and SMBs, including a major redesign of Bento for iPad.
With the countdown on for Windows RT tablets, and a lot of details still on the way, what's known at this point about Microsoft's OS, and what's hanging in the[...]
There's no denying that tablets have become an integral part of many people's lives. Yet, as more business adopt bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approaches for employees, a new study takes a look[...]
PhotoForge2 will bring a whole new level of image editing to your iPad, whether you're a beginner or a professional photographer. Read the full review.
If you're going on a trip (vacation, business or otherwise), the iPad can turn into a very handy tool. Here are ten of the coolest iPad apps for trip planning.[...]
Tep Wireless thinks they have a solution with the tep Wi-Fi hotspot.
August brings the end of summer, and maybe a last-minute vacation. This month's picks for top iPad and Android tablet apps cut across categories that include office suites, entertainment, photo[...]
At Google I/O 2012, Google announced Android 4.1, aka Jelly Bean, a new edition of Android which will include a smoother UI and Siri-like Q&As, among many other features.
ASUS has revealed two old faces with new names today, as it reintroduces the ASUS Vivo Tab and Vivo Tab RT, formerly known as Tablet 810 and Tablet 600. The[...]
Adobe Photoshop Touch 1.4 has just launched. The new version of this image editing software has been optimized for smaller tablets, including the iPad Mini and Google Nexus 7.[...]
Staying true to its word of opening a slew of holiday pop-up stores across the country, Microsoft has confirmed that the additional locations will open on October 26, the same[...]
Lenovo has just announced the addition of three new Android-powered tablets to its IdeaTab line, unveiling the 7-inch A2107, the 9-inch A2109 and the 10.1-inch S2110 at the consumer electronics[...]
Public wireless provider Boingo is offering Android tablet and smartphones users free Wi-Fi at more than 4,000 of its hotspots across America through a collaboration with Google. iOS users? Sorry,[...]
There's good news and bad news for those who want a version of Microsoft Office for their smartphone or tablet: the apps are reportedly going to be free, but very[...]
Although tablets have made some inroads into the enterprise market, many are expecting Windows 8 to open the floodgates. Dell is dipping its paddle into the market, announcing the availability[...]