Analysis: After collecting food shots for awhile, the mobile app is revamped to let you browse popular dishes at nearby restaurants, or pull up a “picture menu.”
Google is definitely evil! Or is it? The critics weigh in.
Making very specific market-share forecasts for 2015 and discussing them as if they were factual is goofy at best and disingenuous at worst.
A new textbook-friendly version of iBooks, a free book-creation tool called iBooks Author, and a spiffier version of the iTunes U courseware app–has as much or more potential to make its mark on the world as any new iPad or iPhone could.
If you like botched products, corporate mishaps, and just plain weirdness, you had a fabulous 2011.
A look back at Microsoft and CES and the hits, flops, and head-scratchers including: Tablet PC, Windows Smart Displays, the Smart Watch, and the amazingly short-lived Urge music service.
Analysis: Don’t pine for Bill Gates, Microsoft fans; the world needs his attention more right now.
Zite is fundamentally different from Flipboard in that it uses your activity on Facebook or Twitter to help it begin to figure out what topics you’re interested in.
Analysis: It's hard to assess, because Twitter still has a few glitches in its facelift.
Analysis: A tale of moving to the iPad for nearly all daily activities because it has become the preferable tool in multiple respects.
Research firm Forrester has conducted a survey that supposedly reveals that consumer interest in Windows-based tablets–once quite high–is now tanking.
Analysis: Maybe Apple's had a point all along; some things just are happier without Flash.
Tech bargains can be found plenty of other places at other times; here's a practical (or curmudgeonly) guide to the frenzy that kicks off the holiday shopping season.
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