We kick off a series of articles showcasing some of the best iPad apps, starting with top notch social and communication apps.
Write 2 lives somewhere between the realms of the basic text editor, and the fully-fledged word processor, and it's affordably priced.
Want some great software for your Apple tablet, but don’t want to pay a penny? Then check out these must-have free apps.
MarsEdit 3 is an excellent Mac app that truly enhances the blogging experience, a couple of minor blemishes aside.
Ashampoo's Snap 6 is a very solid budget alternative for those who don't fancy shelling out for Snagit's screen capture capabilities.
Google Currents is a welcome addition to the iPad news reading apps space thanks to its slick design and native offline reading.
WinOptimizer energises lethargic PCs courtesy of an effective set of tune-up tools, but the single PC license limitation isn't ideal.
Google Reader may be on its death march, but Feedly is a fine alternative if you're on the hunt for a substitute.
Whether you're a Mac newcomer or a long-time user, these apps will make your OS X experience more fun and productive.
YouTube returns to the Apple iPad with an app that closely replicates the online YouTube experience, albeit with a couple of hitches.
Shazam isn't the only game in town. SoundHound is a solid alternative when it comes to identifying unknown songs, though it has flaws.
Cupertino's latest mobile operating system, iOS 6, offers a new Maps app, Facebook integration, Passbook, and numerous other tweaks.
Apple’s next major release of iOS is expected to emerge tomorrow. We take a look at its standout, most keenly awaited features.
This clean-up utility can help your system boot faster and run more smoothly, but how does it compare to rival tune-up suites?
Norton’s system maintenance program can rejuvenate an aging PC, but does its feature set match up to competing tune-up packages?
The latest version of Iolo's PC tune-up utility is out, and the refreshed offering is rather good at reviving an ailing machine.
Gaming company announces host of new features and updates, with CEO claiming, "OnLive cloud technology is the future".
Voice altering and facial masking technologies could have widespread applications outside of gaming.