The travel-friendly tech in this gift guide can save your favorite frequent flier some stress on their next trip. Whether it's a clip-on camera accessory or a great organizer, it's all worth taking with you.
IFTTT isn't just for fetching and carrying data. It can also alert you to things--like what NASA's up to today. Here are 11 recipes to tell you when an astronaut enters or exits space, where the International Space Station is, and other NASA-buff essentials.
IFTTT and iOS are both handy on their own. But put them together, and they're better than ever.
IFTTT and Gmail are two excellent Web services that get a whole lot better when they're used together.
Yes, it's true. You can be a better, more productive worker simply by playing a few games.
Tracking mileage can be tedious, but it’s also necessary, whether you need to report it to the IRS or file for reimbursement from your employer. Here are three apps that make it quick and painless.
All the apps help you organize and match pieces better. The most comprehensive one even tracks frequency of use and trips to the cleaners.
Give your Android or iOS stock photo management app the boot, and install one of these instead.
Three apps offer different takes on keeping existing customers happy and engaging new ones: Zoho CRM, Insightly, and Nimble.
You're default browser's adequate, but these up-and-comers can help you surf faster or even play Flash movies on iOS.
These apps promise to increase your concentration and communication skills, and reduce stress and anxiety.
These third-party apps add syncing, organizational and other features you won't find on the stock contact app that came with your phone.
Plenty of third-party apps integrate with Evernote. We tested three to see how they help with all of the messages you get everyday.
Yes, you can create professional-looking brochures, flyers, and more using a mobile app on a tablet (or a phone, if you're masochistic and patient). But choose carefully--we found a couple of good ones to try.
Want to create a slick-looking movie? You don't need a PC with lots of processing power. Today's best apps let you do it on the go.
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