By Rick Broida, Computerworld | Mar 1, 2016 3:30 AM PT It’s going to be an exciting election season. We’ve nominated several Android and iOS apps that can help you follow the races. Mobile apps for the informed voter When it comes to the presidential election, it can be mighty challenging to separate the wheat […]
Research firm Canalys notes that tablets will make up nearly fifty percent of the PC market share in 2014. Samsung and Apple will lead the way, but their sales will lessen due to new competitors.
SanDisk has introduced a wireless drive that allows user to plug SD cards into the drive, which you can share with your iPad/iPhone/Droid device. It also can stream video up to five computers.
Nidhi Subbaraman reports on NBCNews.com: A group of students at the University of Iceland in Reykjavík have created an Android app that prevents Icelanders from accidentally dating their cousins. The app draws information from the Íslendingabók database, a national record of Iceland residents and family trees dating back into the Middle Ages.
This week’s “Tip of the Week” concerns annotation applications (apps). Annotation apps are programs created for IPad/Android/tablet computers that allow users to write notes and comments, highlight text and create bookmarks in PDF files. Some apps, like the full version of IAnnotatePDF, even allow for adding photos and voice recording files, where you can record […]