Popular Productivity Articles for 2014
Wouldn't it be nice if your iPad could keep you and all your "to-do" lists organized? Well, with the right software, it can. Here are reviews of eight task-management apps.
Samsung went big with the 12.2-inch version of the Galaxy Note. Is this stylus-driven tablet too much of a good thing? Read our review to find out.
Buyers looking for a budget-friendly, full-size Windows 8.1 tablet as an alternative to the pricier Surface Pro 2 or Dell Venue 11 Pro should take a peek at the HP[...]
What are the best ways to store photos, Office docs, and other files online, and share them across devices? We take a look at five leading cloud storage apps.
The i-FlashDrive might be the accessory you've been looking for -- it is as close to adding a microSD card reader to iPads and iPhones as users can get until[...]
The AluPen Digital from Just Mobile isn’t a run-of-the-mill stylus. Unlike most capacitive models, its slender tip gives the impression of writing with a pen while also giving the user[...]
Windows 8.1 users deserve a mail app that meets the operating system’s high aesthetic qualities, one with touch, swipe, and mouse-friendly features that plays well on both a tablet and[...]
Above all else, the iPad is built for checking email. And sure, Apple's own Mail app can handle all of the basics, but what if you want something more?
Logitech's redesigned keyboard case for the iPad Air is thinner and lighter, and includes a flexible slot that can hold the tablet up at range of angles.
In hopes of removing any reticence about investing in accessories, Microsoft has committed to making the fourth-generation Surface Pro compatible with many of the add-ons designed for the current version.
Microsoft designed Office for iPad specifically to run on tablets, while the Windows version of this suite was not. Does that make the iPad version better?
The Vener8 adds a full-size USB port to the Dell Venue 8 Pro, allowing this Windows tablet to use more peripherals while it's being charged.
Judging by a recent patent approval from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Apple is continuing work on a stylus pen that will feature an orientation sensor, giving users a[...]
The TripMate from HooToo can function as a memory card reader, travel router, and backup battery for the tablet of your choice.
We pitted Office for iPad against iWork in a three round, side-by-side comparison slugfest. Here's the blow-by-blow.
Sharkk's keyboard cover for the iPad Air sets itself apart with a design that lets users easily flip between landscape and portrait orientations.
Want to add a microSD card reader to your iPad or Android tablet? You can, with this handy accessory from SanDisk.
iAnywhere is a rumored docking station with a display that supports the iPad and iPhone and mixes in OS X. While not a new concept, the device seems closer to[...]
Everyone should have an external backup battery for their tablet. A good option is the RAVPower Deluxe, which includes 14000mAh of storage.
Those who use their Apple iPad Air as a production tool could greatly benefit from something like the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover.