The electrophoretic ink technology used in today's e-readers is pretty cool.
TuneSpan lets you move parts of your iTunes library to other hard drives, but still use the content for playback and syncing as usual. Kirk McElhearn walks you through how to use it.
We often take it for granted that sound just comes out of speakers, but how they work is interesting -- and important to their placement.
In this installment of our Three-Minute Tech series, Kirk McElhearn shows how noise-canceling headphones work.
Low-price EMI Beethoven set on the iTunes Store shows the power of downloadable music.
Kirk McElhearn has tried out a number of iOS backgammon apps. But only Backgammon NJ and FaceMe Backgammon stand out from the crowd.
The iOS version of this Markdown editor offers some interesting features, most notably a row of quick formatting options and arrow keys well-suited for the touchscreen interface of your iOS device. But its font limitations may be problematic to some users.
Here's an overview of the different types of microphones you can use with speech recognition software, how they work, and what might be the best mic for the way you work.
Articles by Kirk McElhearn