Space continues to be a fertile ground for tablet apps, as we profile an iPad offering that explores NASA's Space Shuttle program.
The iStabilizer Dolly is a compact, configurable device for taking smooth, stable tracking shots using an iPhone or small camera.
Write is a powerful text-editing app that offers shortcuts for formatting and sharing standard text files using Markdown.
As winter turns to spring, two of the apps we profile this week can take you outdoors in their own way, while a third can help boost your word power for all those term papers coming due.
QuickBooks Online for iPad is an excellent start for what has the potential to be an amazing add-on to QuickBooks Online.
Sushi Mushi is a fast-paced timed puzzle game where you challenge your opponent to a competition of matching up sushi rolls.
TurboTax SnapTax makes it quick work of your 1040a or 1040EZ, helping you to start and complete your taxes in about 10 minutes.
H&R Block At Home 1040EZ offers an excellent, free option for filing your taxes and getting your refund in a snap.
TurboTax 2012 for iPad is a full-featured tax filing application.
Minor account frustrations aside, H&R Block At Home Free Edition for iPad is a great way for you to fill all your personal tax filing needs.
We go up in the air and out into space with this installment of the Digital Reading Room, as a trio of tablet apps about space, World War II, and photography take flight.
iOS's Newsstand has been open for business for nearly a year-and-a-half. We look at what a pair of recent Newsstand additions from some long-established magazines are doing digitally -- and how a young up-and-comer is teaching them a thing or two about making the most of the iPad.
Mobile commerce offers great deal potential, but like many technology trends, it may take time to really catch on. If your business is looking to implement mobile commerce, there are some important factors to consider beyond the technology.
From dinosaurs to Big Data, our biweekly look at content-rich apps tackles some big topics in this latest installment.
The iPad doesn't automatically make you an expert on a diverse array of subjects. But the apps we feature in this week's column put expertise on classical music, evolution, and graphic design right at your fingertips.