Don't-Miss Book software Stories
Writing can be scary, even if you don't set out to write a national bestseller. Scrivener makes it more approachable.
Open-source Twine builds on open-source projects Twee and TiddlyWiki to offer a simple, graphical way to author stories that respond to readers' choices.
Here are 15 iPad apps you probably won't regret downloading and trying out, especially if you just picked up Apple's tablet for the first time.
Kindle for Android provides another way to access and read your purchased Amazon Kindle e-books, but it lacks key features and is awkward to set up.
The Sony BDP-S570 looks great on paper, but its on-screen results in our tests were mixed.
Nothing particularly impressive nor disappointing distinguishes the HP Mini 210, but the price is right.